HomeCategoriesAphorisms II: The Wrath Of Cliches Aphorisms II: The Wrath Of Cliches Jay Tea May 29, 2004 Categories 11 Comments Since I first posted about aphorisms, I Tillman - "Probably Killed By Friendly Fire" War Crimes, Live Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts The Litany Of “Worsts” Begins Michelle Obama or Foxxy Cleopatra? Fictional Jobs in Fictional Districts: Garbage In, Garbage Out About The Author Jay Tea 11 Comments Rodney Dill May 29, 2004 Good health is just the slowest way to die. A positive attitude won’t solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. Perception is reality. McGehee May 29, 2004 If at first you don’t succeed, it’s probably Bush’s fault. Rodney Dill May 29, 2004 We are never quite so dumb as when we are trying to be smart. (and I would know this one) — from Charles Schultz via Linus Van Pelt in a Peanuts strip. SarahW May 29, 2004 Never squat with your spurs on. Rodney Dill May 29, 2004 Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill. BoDiddly May 29, 2004 Murphy was an optimist. McGehee May 29, 2004 When somethin McGehee May 29, 2004 Beans are good eatin Boyd May 29, 2004 My pessimism quotes: Every silver lining surrounds a cloud. If something you don’t like is inevitable, you might as well lie back and enjoy it, anyway. And then, of course, the one everybody knows and loves: No good deed goes unpunished. Rodney Dill May 29, 2004 Don’t fix the mistake, fix the blame. (or vice versa) BreezenBy May 31, 2004 No good deed ever goes unpunished.