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Take it for what it's worth. I don't claim to know everything, I was once trying to record one thought per week, that hasn't happened in a long time. Maybe you will find these thoughts useful, they surely would have helped me if I had understood them earlier.
April 26th, 2000
The greatest risk is never taking one.
July 9th, 1999
Nothing new, just remember "what goes around, comes around"
June 27th, 1999
Nothing deep, just the following advice, never use a server as a graphics workstation!
February 3rd, 1999
Curiosity drives wisdom.
January 1st, 1999
New Year's resolutions don't work because the best time to resolve those things that are important to you is when they become apparent, If it wasn't worth your time when it became apparent, why would it be at the New Year? Goals are good, but only when they have real meaning to you.
October 30th, 1998
In a democracy, the natural order of things is this: that which is considered a conservative viewpoint will eventually become a liberal viewpoint, and that which is considered a liberal viewpoint will become a conservative viewpoint.
October 24th, 1998
"I place economy among the first and
important virtues, and public debt as the greatest of dangers. To preserve our
independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our
choice between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude. If we can prevent the
government from wasting the labours of the people under the pretense of caring for them,
they will be happy."
October 9th, 1998
When it comes to getting the job, it's who you know, not what you know that counts, but vice versa, when it comes to getting the job done, and keeping the job, it's what you know, not who you know that matters.
September 28th, 1998
The best way to avoid big problems is to control the little things that cause them.
September 20th, 1998
Multiple half truths rarely add up to the whole truth.
September 16th, 1998
Regrets teach us something, but are a waste of time when we dwell on them.
September 5th, 1998
Education is expensive... and generally painful.
August 30th, 1998
Freedom must be upheld for all concepts, those ideas you hold dear, as well as those ideas you despise. With each passing freedom, the threat to your ideals escalates, and it becomes all the more easier to outlaw the next freedom.
August 21st, 1998
A truly worthy goal is more difficult to define than to attain, because once you have defined the goal, you have conceived of a way to attain it.
August 16th, 1998
Reality is never an absolute or a given, it is simply an interpretation of the current environment based on one's emotions and one's will.