Monthly Archives: January 2014
The great philosopher Socrates said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Fortunately, after Socrates said it, Plato wrote it down — otherwise Socrates’ words would have died with him. Socrates was too cheap to buy a pencil! In our own time, the novelist Saul Bellow gave Socrates’ wisdom a conditional endorsement by adding, “but the […]
Maybe, just maybe, the thing I need — the thing I need from all you wonderful smokers and smoking appreciators — is a tender “Boo” and a consoling “Hoo”.