"Eventually you find a partner in your search for happiness, and after that, there's happiness about everywhere you look."
"It is known that rats will desert a sinking ship, so every once in a while, it's good to pretend you're a sinking ship."
"When you stop to think about it, what would be the purpose of a world consisting of just you and a bunch of people created to get in your way?"
"Sometimes, as practice for trying to convince myself that God exists, I try to convince my shadow that the sun exists."
"Fact is, you can prove by DNA that you're innocent of the crimes you actually commited. It's called blaming your parents."
"There are exactly as many special occasions in life as we choose to celebrate."
"To the optimist, every tomorrow is a new day, which makes every tonight New Day's Eve."
"When someone enters your life, you're the host. When you enter someone else's life, you're the guest. You'd almost think there should be an etiquette to observe."
Sometimes I think my life would make a great TV movie. It even has the part where they say, "Stand by. We are experiencing temporary difficulties."
"Of the two antidotes to loneliness, a capacity for solitude is more reliable than a friend."
"There are times when two people need to step apart from one another, but there is no rule that says they have to turn and fire."
"Seeking happiness, I passed many travelers headed in the opposite direction, seeking happiness."
"Thank God everyone is not an optimist. There wouldn't be enough champagne."
Did you know that the Washington Monument was named after Abraham Lincoln? Yup, Lincoln was named in 1809, the Washington Monument wasn't named until 1885.
The Commitee to Lengthen February has suggested borrowing one day from January and one day from March and making them all 30 days, which is silly. You can end January on the 30th, but how can you start March on the 2nd?
February is the birth month of both the tallest and shortest U.S. Presidents, Lincoln who stood 6 feet, 4 inches and William Henry Harrison, who served only one month.
~ Robert Brault