Wednesday, December 28, 2016

A little humor for any old-timers following this blog.

Words of wisdom from Prime Time Proverbs.

"Remember—the Eagle may soar but the weasel never gets sucked up into a jet engine."
—Rick Simon,
Simon and Simon

"The first thing to do when you're being stalked by an angry mob with raspberries, is to release a tiger."
—John Cleese,
Monty Python's Flying Circus

"Always enter a strange hotel room with extreme caution, especially one with a samurai warrior in it."
—Thomas Magnum,
Magnum PI

"If you can't fight 'em, and they won't let you join 'em, best get out of the county."
—Pappy Maverick,

"Just keep laughin'."
—Bozo the Clown,
Bozo's Circus

"The older you get, the better you get—unless you're a banana."
— Rose,
The Golden Girls

"Like my old skleenball coach used to say, 'Find out what you don't do well, then don't do it.' "
— Alf,

"As we say in the sewer, if you're not prepared to go all the way, don't put your boots on in the first place."
—Ed Norton,
The Honeymooners

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of bandages and adhesive tape."
—-Groucho Marx,
You Bet Your Life

"It's been the lesson of my life that nothing that sounds that good ever really happens."
—Alex Reiger,

'Never wear polyester underwear if you're going to be hit by lightning."
Night Court

"A watched cauldron never bubbles."
Morticia Addams,
The Addams Family

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