Tonight's Words of Wisdom:

"It's fun to have fun, but you have to know how." Should be this blog's new motto, I figure ....

This is a blog, so a variation of Feynman seems appropriate. Feynman:

"Physics is like sex. Sure, it may give some practical results, but that's not why we do it."
1.31.2007 1:18am
'Tain't what you do, it's the way that you do it.
1.31.2007 2:40am
My math teacher used to end every class by saying,

"Gentleman; now go do those things you do and do them well."

I'm still grappling with "for want of a nail".
1.31.2007 7:47am
The First Sergeant in my son's company is fond of saying, "It doesn't have to be fun to be fun." Not quite sure what it means, but it seems profound, somehow.
1.31.2007 7:57am
Hunter McDaniel (mail):
Ah yes, "The Cat In The Hat" strikes again.
1.31.2007 8:47am
Ron Hardin (mail) (www):
``It's fun until somebody gets their eye poked out. Then it's still fun, but just not around that person.''
1.31.2007 9:40am
jp2 (mail):
From Christopher Morley's autobiography, John Mistletoe:

"The main benefit of going to college is learning to drink with a sense of ceremony."

1.31.2007 9:42am
sammler (mail) (www):
Dr. Seuss, of course, would never have used the contraction "it's" in a book at this level (especially one spoiling the meter).
1.31.2007 11:35am
So, what's Sasha done, not knowing how to have fun?

Sorry, first thing to spring to a parent's mind.
1.31.2007 1:56pm