Mashed Thinking #863

A man rarely succeeds at anything if he wakes up in a grouchy mood.                                                                                  …

Mashed Thinking #862

If you had your life to live over, would you savor more of the folly?                                                                                …

Mashed Thinking #861

There’s little value in thanking the executioner for his support when your head’s on the chopping block.                                                                            …

Mashed Thinking #860

The more famous you are, the more easily you are seduced.                                                                                        …

Mashed Thinking #859

Nobody likes the woman who makes politeness a competition.                                                                                            …

Mashed Thinking #858

If your aim is to change the world, make it a fun piece of immersive theatre.                                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #857

There’s a fine line between pandering and charm.                                                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #856

Nothing is so contagious as tradition.                                                                                                  …

Mashed Thinking #855

A revolution will frequently result in a national anthem that involves lots of drums.                                                                                  …

Mashed Thinking #854

The remedy for bad religion is not a self-righteous lunatic howling fear on cable television.                                                                                …

Mashed Thinking #853

We live in an age where privacy has become a currency.                                                                                        …

Mashed Thinking #852

Those on society’s margins can have a big impact on the outcome of elections.                                                                                  …