"The true criterion of the practical, therefore, is not whether the latter can keep intact the wrong or foolish; rather is it whether the scheme has vitality enough to leave the stagnant waters of the old, and build, as well as sustain, new life." -- Emma Goldman
Monday, July 04, 2005
Some old Limericks
There once was a lady of Ryde Who ate a green apple and died The apple fermented Inside the lamented And made cider inside her inside!
There was a party of Lyme Who married three wives at a time. When asked, "Why the third?" He replied, "One's absurd! "And bigamy, sir, is a crime!"