Mashed Thinking #673

Never book your honeymoon at a resort named after a German concentration camp.                                                                                    …

Mashed Thinking #672

If we think we have no faults, we should unwind with a few aimless thrills.                                                                                 …

Mashed Thinking #671

The vices of some men require a bag of prunes and are the poetry of civilization.                                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #670

Many of us don’t know what poor losers we are until we admit our best friend runs on batteries.                                                                        …

Mashed Thinking #669

The best way to get on in the world is to be unencumbered with self awareness.                                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #668

The wise man learns to meet changing circumstances by lying down with an aspirin.                                                                                  …

Mashed Thinking #667

Get all the fools on your side and you can make history.                                                                                      …

Mashed Thinking #666

It’s easy to have principles when you don’t let them rule your life.                                                                                    …

Mashed Thinking #665

How a person masters his fate is more important than how he masters his choice of undergarments.                                                                            …

Mashed Thinking #664

If we could trace all our descendants, we would find God has a sense of humor.                                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #663

Wherever there is a human being there is a flashpoint.                                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #662

The closest to perfection a campaigning politician ever comes is when he/she circumvents accountability.                                                                  Earl Humphrey