here's a line from the book I'm currently reading:
"They sat low in saggy seats and the cab crashed and bounced like the wheels were square."
That would be a heck of a ride, I hope they weren't going too far.
another few lines:
" He believed hunger kept him sharp. He believed it stimulated creativity in the brain. Another old evolutionary legacy. If you're hungry, you work out a smarter way to get the next woolly mammoth, today, not tomorrow."
Never Go Back. A Jack Reacher story by Lee Child.
And now for something entirely different.....a quote by Winston Churchill that I read a few weeks back in a post by Susan Swiderski, who writes at I Think; Therefore, I Yam
"We contend that for a nation to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle" - Winston Churchill
Does this mean that our governments should NOT fill their coffers by taxing the life out of us?
Hard, hard day for a mouse
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