Mashed Thinking #1150

You cannot win a fight against peoples’ desire to gossip.                                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #1149

It is much more difficult than one thinks to cope.                                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #1148

There can be no meaningful progress of humanity today without uncensored internet access.                                                                                    …

Mashed Thinking #1147

He who wears his morality as his best garment spends much time salvaging his credibility.                                                                                …

Mashed Thinking #1146

We shall never understand what’s really going on until we reduce political bluster and its associated verbal whoring.                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #1145

The politician who thinks before he opens his mouth will not win medals in the retraction olympics.                                                                            …

Mashed Thinking #1144

There is real danger in becoming overly enlightened.                                                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #1143

High society is a farce to be laughed at.                                                                                            …

Mashed Thinking #1142

Truth is the scourge of magicians.                                                                                                  …

Mashed Thinking #1141

The toleration of heretics is necessary for generating new ideas.                                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #1140

To a man with an empty stomach there is little concern about mandated food labeling.                                                                                …

Mashed Thinking #1139

Social media makes no distinction between bias and objectivity.                                                                                            …