Sound Bite to Remember Tuesday, Aug 2 2011 

“Never criticize a man unless you’ve walked a mile in his shoes. By then he’ll be a mile away and won’t have any shoes to chase you in.”        

–Wimp Sanderson, Alabama basketball coach (circa 1985)

Sound Bite to Remember Saturday, Jun 18 2011 

No public character has ever stood the revelation of private utterance and correspondence.

— Lord Acton, 1887 (pre-Twitter)

Memorable Insight (circa 1985) Tuesday, Feb 1 2011 

“Vanity is an actor’s courage.” – Jackie Gleason

Old Gambler’s Proverb Sunday, Dec 12 2010 

“There is nothing so uncertain as a dead sure thing.”

–George M. Cohan

Folk Wisdom of the Week Tuesday, Nov 23 2010 

“Never play checkers with a man who carries his own board.”

— Branch Rickey

Presidential wisdom (circa 1925) Sunday, Aug 22 2010 

“It is a great advantage to a President and a major source of safety to the country for him to know he is not a great man.”

— Calvin Coolidge

Ultimate Celebrity Tuesday, Aug 17 2010 

“I’ll tell you when you’ve really made it big. It’s when you die and the newspapers keep running stories that you haven’t.”

— Bob Orben

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