FileTitle: Prose91.html
Category: Humor
Type: Prose
Description: Quips
       -The weaker the argument, the stronger the words.

       -Common sense is the ability to detect values.

       -The real problem concerning your leisure is how to keep other
        people from using it.

       -Time wounds all heels.

       -Experience is one thing you can't get on the easy payment plan.

       -The car to watch is the car behind the car in front of you.

       -You may not know when you are well off, but the Internal Revenue
        Service does.

       -A businessman is judged by the company he keeps solvent.

       -Some people are like French bread...little dough, but lots of
        crust.

       -When everybody tends to his own business, news is scarce.

       -Never bet on a sure thing unless you can afford to lose.

       -One guy who always goes to the top is a barber.

       -There are some who call it the Sock Market.

       -A rabbit's foot is a poor substitute for horse sense.

       -One nice thing about a one-way street is that you can only be bumped
in the rear.