|Proverbs, aphorisms, quotations (English)||by Linux fortune|
|Hoaars-Faisse Gallery presents:|
An exhibit of works by the artist known only as Pretzel.
The exhibit includes several large conceptual works using non-traditional
media and found objects including old sofa-beds, used mace canisters,
discarded sanitary napkins and parts of freeways. The artist explores
our dehumanization due to high technology and unresponsive governmental
structures in a post-industrial world. She/he (the artist prefers to
remain without gender) strives to create dialogue between viewer and
creator, to aid us in our quest to experience contemporary life with its
inner-city tensions, homelessness, global warming and gender and
class-based stress. The works are arranged to lead us to the essence of
the argument: that the alienation of the person/machine boundary has
sapped the strength of our voices and must be destroyed for society to
exist in a more fundamental sense.
|I accept chaos. I am not sure whether it accepts me. I know some people|
are terrified of the bomb. But then some people are terrified to be seen
carrying a modern screen magazine. Experience teaches us that silence
terrifies people the most.
-- Bob Dylan
|In my experience, if you have to keep the lavatory door shut by extending|
your left leg, it's modern architecture.
-- Nancy Banks Smith
|Plots are like girdles. Hidden, they hold your interest; revealed, they're|
of no interest except to fetishists. Like girdles, they attempt to contain
an uncontainable experience.
-- R.S. Knapp
|Breeding rabbits is a hare raising experience.|
|..you could spend *all day* customizing the title bar. Believe me. I|
speak from experience."
(By Matt Welsh)
|suboptimal routing experience|
|We should be careful to get out of an experience only the wisdom that is|
in it - and stay there, lest we be like the cat that sits down on a hot
stove-lid. She will never sit down on a hot stove-lid again - and that
is well; but also she will never sit down on a cold one any more.
-- Mark Twain
|Assembly language experience is [important] for the maturity|
and understanding of how computers work that it provides.
-- D. Gries
|From the Pro 350 Pocket Service Guide, p. 49, Step 5 of the|
instructions on removing an I/O board from the card cage, comes a new
experience in sound:
5. Turn the handle to the right 90 degrees. The pin-spreading
sound is normal for this type of connector.
|It is a very humbling experience to make a multimillion-dollar mistake, but|
it is also very memorable. I vividly recall the night we decided how to
organize the actual writing of external specifications for OS/360. The
manager of architecture, the manager of control program implementation, and
I were threshing out the plan, schedule, and division of responsibilities.
The architecture manager had 10 good men. He asserted that they
could write the specifications and do it right. It would take ten months,
three more than the schedule allowed.
The control program manager had 150 men. He asserted that they
could prepare the specifications, with the architecture team coordinating;
it would be well-done and practical, and he could do it on schedule.
Furthermore, if the architecture team did it, his 150 men would sit twiddling
their thumbs for ten months.
To this the architecture manager responded that if I gave the control
program team the responsibility, the result would not in fact be on time,
but would also be three months late, and of much lower quality. I did, and
it was. He was right on both counts. Moreover, the lack of conceptual
integrity made the system far more costly to build and change, and I would
estimate that it added a year to debugging time.
-- Frederick Brooks Jr., "The Mythical Man Month"
|A little experience often upsets a lot of theory.|
|Experience is a good teacher, but she sends in terrific bills.|
-- Minna Antrim, "Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions"
|It is a very humbling experience to make a multimillion-dollar mistake, but it|
is also very memorable. I vividly recall the night we decided how to organize
the actual writing of external specifications for OS/360. The manager of
architecture, the manager of control program implementation, and I were
threshing out the plan, schedule, and division of responsibilities.
The architecture manager had 10 good men. He asserted that they could write
the specifications and do it right. It would take ten months, three more
than the schedule allowed.
The control program manager had 150 men. He asserted that they could prepare
the specifications, with the architecture team coordinating; it would be
well-done and practical, and he could do it on schedule. Futhermore, if
the architecture team did it, his 150 men would sit twiddling their thumbs
for ten months.
To this the architecture manager responded that if I gave the control program
team the responsibility, the result would not in fact be on time, but would
also be three months late, and of much lower quality. I did, and it was. He
was right on both counts. Moreover, the lack of conceptual integrity made
the system far more costly to build and change, and I would estimate that it
added a year to debugging time.
- Frederick Brooks Jr., "The Mythical Man Month"
|The characteristic property of hallucinogens, to suspend the boundaries between|
the experiencing self and the outer world in an ecstatic, emotional experience,
makes it posible with their help, and after suitable internal and external
perparation...to evoke a mystical experience according to plan, so to speak...
I see the true importance of LSD in the possibility of providing materail aid
to meditation aimed at the mystical experience of a deeper, comprehensive
reality. Such a use accords entirely with the essence and working character
of LSD as a sacred drug.
- Dr. Albert Hoffman, the discoverer of LSD
|Deliberate provocation of mystical experience, particularly by LSD and related|
hallucinogens, in contrast to spontaneous visionary experiences, entails
dangers that must not be underestimated. Practitioners must take into
account the peculiar effects of these substances, namely their ability to
influence our consciousness, the innermost essence of our being. The history
of LSD to date amply demonstrates the catastrophic consequences that can
ensue when its profound effect is misjudged and the substance is mistaken
for a pleasure drug. Special internal and external advance preperations
are required; with them, an LSD experiment can become a meaningful
- Dr. Albert Hoffman, the discoverer of LSD
|This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms |
industry is now in the American experience... We must not fail to
comprehend its grave implications... We must guard against the
acquisition of unwarranted influence...by the military-industrial
complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power
exists and will persist.
- Dwight D. Eisenhower, from his farewell address in 1961
|The man scarce lives who is not more credulous than he ought to be.... The|
natural disposition is always to believe. It is acquired wisdom and experience
only that teach incredulity, and they very seldom teach it enough.
- Adam Smith
|While it cannot be proved retrospectively that any experience of possession,|
conversion, revelation, or divine ecstasy was merely an epileptic discharge,
we must ask how one differentiates "real transcendence" from neuropathies
that produce the same extreme realness, profundity, ineffability, and sense
of cosmic unity. When accounts of sudden religious conversions in TLEs
[temporal-lobe epileptics] are laid alongside the epiphanous revelations of
the religious tradition, the parallels are striking. The same is true of the
recent spate of alleged UFO abductees. Parsimony alone argues against invoking
spirits, demons, or extraterrestrials when natural causes will suffice.
-- Barry L. Beyerstein, "Neuropathology and the Legacy of Spiritual
Possession", The Skeptical Inquirer, Vol. XII, No. 3, pg. 255
|Harrisberger's Fourth Law of the Lab:|
Experience is directly proportional to the
amount of equipment ruined.
| [May one] doubt whether, in cheese and timber, worms are generated,|
or, if beetles and wasps, in cow-dung, or if butterflies, locusts,
shellfish, snails, eels, and such life be procreated of putrefied
matter, which is to receive the form of that creature to which it
is by formative power disposed[?] To question this is to question
reason, sense, and experience. If he doubts this, let him go to
Egypt, and there he will find the fields swarming with mice begot
of the mud of the Nylus, to the great calamity of the inhabitants.
A seventeenth century opinion quoted by L. L. Woodruff,
in *The Evolution of Earth and Man*, 1929
|"Experience has proved that some people indeed know everything."|
-- Russell Baker
|Marriage is the triumph of imagination over intelligence. Second marriage is |
the triumph of hope over experience.
|"(The Chief Programmer) personally defines the functional and performance|
specifications, designs the program, codes it, tests it, and writes its
documentation... He needs great talent, ten years experience and
considerable systems and applications knowledge, whether in applied
mathematics, business data handling, or whatever."
-- Fred P. Brooks, _The Mythical Man Month_
|Each person has the right to take part in the management of public affairs|
in his country, provided he has prior experience, a will to succeed, a
university degree, influential parents, good looks, a curriculum vitae, two
3x4 snapshots, and a good tax record.
|My experience with government is when things are non-controversial, beautifully|
co-ordinated and all the rest, it must be that not much is going on.
-- J.F. Kennedy
|That's where the money was.|
-- Willie Sutton, on being asked why he robbed a bank
It's a rather pleasant experience to be alone in a bank at night.
-- Willie Sutton
|The trouble with this country is that there are too many politicians|
who believe, with a conviction based on experience, that you can fool
all of the people all of the time.
-- Franklin Adams
|War is delightful to those who have had no experience of it.|
-- Desiderius Erasmus
|Barbara's Rules of Bitter Experience:|
(1) When you empty a drawer for his clothes
and a shelf for his toiletries, the relationship ends.
(2) When you finally buy pretty stationary
to continue the correspondence, he stops writing.
Something you don't get until just after you need it.
|Harrisberger's Fourth Law of the Lab:|
Experience is directly proportional to the amount of equipment ruined.
|Horner's Five Thumb Postulate:|
Experience varies directly with equipment ruined.
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
The act of visiting locations such as diners, smokestack
industrial sites, rural villages -- locations where time appears to
have been frozen many years back -- so as to experience relief when
one returns back to "the present."
-- Douglas Coupland, "Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated
The tendency in one's youth to avoid traditionally youthful
activities and artistic experiences in order to obtain serious career
experience. Sometimes results in the mourning for lost youth at about
age thirty, followed by silly haircuts and expensive joke-inducing
-- Douglas Coupland, "Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated
|Let me put it this way: today is going to be a learning experience.|
|Sleep -- the most beautiful experience in life -- except drink.|
-- W.C. Fields
|Q: How many Californians does it take to screw in a light bulb?|
A: Five. One to screw in the light bulb and four to share the
experience. (Actually, Californians don't screw in
light bulbs, they screw in hot tubs.)
Q: How many Oregonians does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Three. One to screw in the light bulb and two to fend off all
those Californians trying to share the experience.
|Q: How many Oregonians does it take to screw in a light bulb?|
A: Three. One to screw in the light bulb and two to fend off all those
Californians trying to share the experience.
| A reader reports that when the patient died, the attending doctor|
recorded the following on the patient's chart: "Patient failed to fulfill
his wellness potential."
Another doctor reports that in a recent issue of the *American Journal
of Family Practice* fleas were called "hematophagous arthropod vectors."
A reader reports that the Army calls them "vertically deployed anti-
personnel devices." You probably call them bombs.
At McClellan Air Force base in Sacramento, California, civilian
mechanics were placed on "non-duty, non-pay status." That is, they were fired.
After taking the trip of a lifetime, our reader sent his twelve rolls
of film to Kodak for developing (or "processing," as Kodak likes to call it)
only to receive the following notice: "We must report that during the handling
of your twelve 35mm Kodachrome slide orders, the films were involved in an
unusual laboratory experience." The use of the passive is a particularly nice
touch, don't you think? Nobody did anything to the films; they just had a bad
experience. Of course our reader can always go back to Tibet and take his
pictures all over again, using the twelve replacement rolls Kodak so generously
-- Quarterly Review of Doublespeak (NCTE)
|Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education|
is what you get when you read the fine print; experience is what you get
when you don't.
-- Pete Seeger
|Experience is the worst teacher. It always gives the test first and|
the instruction afterward.
|The only thing that experience teaches us is that experience teaches us nothing.|
-- Andre Maurois (Emile Herzog)
| An architect's first work is apt to be spare and clean. He knows|
he doesn't know what he's doing, so he does it carefully and with great
As he designs the first work, frill after frill and embellishment
after embellishment occur to him. These get stored away to be used "next
time." Sooner or later the first system is finished, and the architect,
with firm confidence and a demonstrated mastery of that class of systems,
is ready to build a second system.
This second is the most dangerous system a man ever designs.
When he does his third and later ones, his prior experiences will
confirm each other as to the general characteristics of such systems,
and their differences will identify those parts of his experience that
are particular and not generalizable.
The general tendency is to over-design the second system, using
all the ideas and frills that were cautiously sidetracked on the first
one. The result, as Ovid says, is a "big pile."
-- Frederick Brooks, "The Mythical Man Month"
|Experience varies directly with equipment ruined.|
|Mathematics deals exclusively with the relations of concepts|
to each other without consideration of their relation to experience.
-- Albert Einstein
|There are bad times just around the corner,|
There are dark clouds hurtling through the sky
And it's no good whining
About a silver lining
For we know from experience that they won't roll by...
-- Noel Coward
|Why are you watching|
The washing machine?
I love entertainment
So long as it's clean.
While the preceding poem is unarguably a change from the guarded
pessimism of "The Hound of Heaven," it cannot be regarded as an unqualified
improvement. Obscurity is of value only when it tends to clarify the poetic
experience. As much as one is compelled to admire the poem's technique, one
must question whether its byplay of complex literary allusions does not in
fact distract from the unity of the whole. In the final analysis, one
receives the distinct impression that the poem's length could safely have
been reduced by a factor of eight or ten without sacrificing any of its
meaning. It is to be hoped that further publication of this poem can be
suspended pending a thorough investigation of its potential subversive
|Let me put it this way: today is going to be a learning experience.|
|You will experience a strong urge to do good; but it will pass.|
|Bill Dickey is learning me his experience.|
-- Yogi Berra in his rookie season.
| Two brothers, Mort and Bill, like to sail. While Bill has a great|
deal of experience, he certainly isn't the rigger Mort is.
|It is impossible to experience one's death objectively and still carry a tune.|
-- Woody Allen
|Like you, I am frequently haunted by profound questions related to man's|
place in the Scheme of Things. Here are just a few:
Q -- Is there life after death?
A -- Definitely. I speak from personal experience here. On New
Year's Eve, 1970, I drank a full pitcher of a drink called "Black Russian",
then crawled out on the lawn and died within a matter of minutes, which was
fine with me because I had come to realize that if I had lived I would have
spent the rest of my life in the grip of the most excruciatingly painful
headache. Thanks to the miracle of modern orange juice, I was brought back
to life several days later, but in the interim I was definitely dead. I
guess my main impression of the afterlife is that it isn't so bad as long
as you keep the television turned down and don't try to eat any solid foods.
-- Dave Barry
|OPPRESSED GEEK: Everybody keeps blaming me for the Y2K problem, the|
Melissa Virus, Windows crashes... you name it. When somebody finds out
you're a bona fide geek, they start bugging you about computer problems. I
frequently hear things like, "Why can't you geeks make Windows work
right?", "What kind of idiot writes a program that can't handle the year
2000?", "Geeks are evil, all they do is write viruses", and "The Internet
is the spawn of Satan".
I'm afraid to admit I have extensive computing experience. When somebody
asks what kind of job I have, I always lie. From my experience, admitting
that you're a geek is an invitation to disaster.
LARRY WALL: I know, I know. I sometimes say that I'm the founder of a
pearl harvesting company instead of admitting that I'm the founder of the
Perl programming language.
ERIC S. RAYMOND: This is tragic. We can't live in a world like this. We
need your donations to fight social oppression and ignorance against
-- Excerpt from the Geek Grok '99 telethon
|Evolution Of A Linux User: The 11 Stages Towards Getting A Life|
0. Microserf - Your life revolves around Windows and you worship Bill
Gates and his innovative company.
1. Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt... About Microsoft - You encounter a growing
number of problems with Microsoft solutions, shaking your world-view
2. FUD... About Linux - After hearing about this new Linux thing, you
take the plunge, but are unimpressed by the nerdware OS.
3. Born-Again Microserf - You rededicate your life to Microsoft worship
4. Disgruntled User - Microsoft software keeps screwing you over,
and you're not going to take it anymore!
5. A Religious Experience - You successfully install Linux, and are
left breathless at its elegance. No more Windows for you!
6. Linux Convert - You continue to fall in love with the new system
7. Linux Zealot - You dedicate your life to Linux World Domination...
and it shows! You go beyond mere advocacy to sheer zealotry.
8. Back To Reality - Forces out of your control compel you to
return to using Windows and Office
9. Enlightened Linux User - You become 100% Microsoft free after finding
ways to overcome the need for Microsoft bloatware
10.Get A Life - You become a millionaire after your Linux portal is
acquired; you move to a small tropical island and get a life
|Affordable Virtual Beowulf Cluster |
Every nerd drools over Beowulf clusters, but very few have even seen one,
much less own one. Until now, that is. Eric Gylgen, the open source hacker
famous for EviL (the dancing ASCII paperclip add-on to vi), is working on
a program that will emulate Beowulf clusters on a standard desktop PC.
"Of course," he added candidly, "the performance of my virtual cluster
will be many orders of magnitude less than a real cluster, but that's not
really the point. I just want to be able to brag that I run a 256 node
cluster. Nobody has to know I only spent $500 on the hardware it uses."
Eric has prior experience in this field. Last month he successfully built
a real 32 node Beowulf cluster out of Palm Pilots, old TI-8x graphing
calculators, various digital cameras, and even some TRS-80s.
He demonstrated a pre-alpha version of his VirtualEpicPoem software to us
yesterday. His Athlon machine emulated a 256 node Beowulf cluster in which
each node, running Linux, was emulating its own 16 node cluster in which
each node, running Bochs, was emulating VMWare to emulate Linux running
old Amiga software. The system was extremely slow, but it worked.
|A 'full' life in my experience is usually full only of other people's demands.|
|An optimist is a guy that has never had much experience.|
-- Don Marquis
|Experience is not what happens to you; it is what you do with what happens|
-- Aldous Huxley
|Experience is that marvelous thing that enables you recognize a mistake|
when you make it again.
-- Franklin P. Jones
|Experience is what causes a person to make new mistakes instead of old ones.|
|Experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted.|
|Experience is what you get when you were expecting something else.|
|Experience teaches you that the man who looks you straight in the eye,|
particularly if he adds a firm handshake, is hiding something.
-- Clifton Fadiman, "Enter Conversing"
|Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement.|
-- Jim Horning
|Greatness is a transitory experience. It is never consistent.|
|I have found little that is good about human beings. In my experience|
most of them are trash.
-- Sigmund Freud
|You should make a point of trying every experience once -- except|
incest and folk-dancing.
-- A. Bax, "Farewell My Youth"
|Young men are fitter to invent than to judge; fitter for execution than for|
counsel; and fitter for new projects than for settled business. For the
experience of age, in things that fall within the compass of it, directeth
them; but in new things, abuseth them. The errors of young men are the ruin
of business; but the errors of aged men amount but to this, that more might
have been done, or sooner. Young men, in the conduct and management of
actions, embrace more than they can hold; stir more than they can quiet; fly
to the end, without consideration of the means and degrees; pursue some few
principles which they have chanced upon absurdly; care not how they innovate,
which draws unknown inconveniences; and, that which doubleth all errors, will
not acknowledge or retract them; like an unready horse, that will neither stop
nor turn. Men of age object too much, consult too long, adventure too little,
repent too soon, and seldom drive business home to the full period, but
content themselves with a mediocrity of success. Certainly, it is good to
compound employments of both ... because the virtues of either age may correct
the defects of both.
-- Francis Bacon, "Essay on Youth and Age"
|Your Co-worker Could Be a Space Alien, Say Experts|
...Here's How You Can Tell
Many Americans work side by side with space aliens who look human -- but you
can spot these visitors by looking for certain tip-offs, say experts. They
listed 10 signs to watch for:
(3) Bizarre sense of humor. Space aliens who don't understand
earthly humor may laugh during a company training film or tell
jokes that no one understands, said Steiger.
(6) Misuses everyday items. "A space alien may use correction
fluid to paint its nails," said Steiger.
(8) Secretive about personal life-style and home. "An alien won't
discuss details or talk about what it does at night or on weekends."
(10) Displays a change of mood or physical reaction when near certain
high-tech hardware. "An alien may experience a mood change when
a microwave oven is turned on," said Steiger.
The experts pointed out that a co-worker would have to display most if not
all of these traits before you can positively identify him as a space alien.
-- National Enquirer, Michael Cassels, August, 1984.
[I thought everybody laughed at company training films. Ed.]
|But in my experience you have a better chance of getting a straight answer out|
of a politician than intels networking folks. Maybe they have reformed
- Alan Cox on linux-kernel
|"slackware users don't matter. in my experience, slackware users are|
either clueless newbies who will have trouble even with tar, or they are
rabid do-it-yourselfers who wouldn't install someone else's pre-compiled
binary even if they were paid to do it."
|NEW YORK (CNN) -- Internet users who spend even a few hours a week online|
at home experience higher levels of depression and loneliness than if
they had used the computer network less frequently, The New York Times
reported Sunday. The result ... surprised both researchers and
sponsors, which included Intel Corp., Hewlett Packard, AT&T Research and
|Last time I had intimate contact with another human being was rather a|
painful experience... I rather liked it... ;)
-- Brett Manz
|Fortune Documents the Great Legal Decisions:|
It is a rule of evidence deduced from the experience of mankind and
supported by reason and authority that positive testimony is entitled to
more weight than negative testimony, but by the latter term is meant
negative testimony in its true sense and not positive evidence of a
negative, because testimony in support of a negative may be as positive
as that in support of an affirmative.
-- 254 Pac. Rep. 472.
|"Hi, I'm Preston A. Mantis, president of Consumers Retail Law Outlet. As you|
can see by my suit and the fact that I have all these books of equal height
on the shelves behind me, I am a trained legal attorney. Do you have a car
or a job? Do you ever walk around? If so, you probably have the makings of
an excellent legal case. Although of course every case is different, I
would definitely say that based on my experience and training, there's no
reason why you shouldn't come out of this thing with at least a cabin
"Remember, at the Preston A. Mantis Consumers Retail Law Outlet, our motto
is: 'It is very difficult to disprove certain kinds of pain.'"
-- Dave Barry, "Pain and Suffering"
|If a man stay away from his wife for seven years, the law presumes the|
separation to have killed him; yet according to our daily experience,
it might well prolong his life.
-- Charles Darling, "Scintillae Juris, 1877
|Happiness isn't something you experience; it's something you remember.|
-- Oscar Levant
|Since everything in life is but an experience perfect in being what it is,|
having nothing to do with good or bad, acceptance or rejection, one may well
burst out in laughter.
-- Long Chen Pa
|The only happiness lies in reason; all the rest of the world is dismal.|
The highest reason, however, I see in the work of the artist, and he may
experience it as such. Happiness lies in the swiftness of feeling and
thinking: all the rest of the world is slow, gradual and stupid. Whoever
could feel the course of a light ray would be very happy, for it is very
swift. Thinking of oneself gives little happiness. If, however, one feels
much happiness in this, it is because at bottom one is not thinking of
oneself but of one's ideal. This is far, and only the swift shall reach
it and are delighted.
|..you could spend *all day* customizing the title bar. Believe me. I|
speak from experience.
-- Matt Welsh
|We knew from experience that the essence of communal computing, as|
supplied by remote-access, time-shared machines, is not just to type
programs into a terminal instead of a keypunch, but to encourage close
-- Dennis Ritchie
|The annual meeting of the "You Have To Listen To Experience" Club is now in|
session. Our Achievement Awards this year are in the fields of publishing,
advertising and industry. For best consistent contribution in the field of
publishing our award goes to editor, R.L.K., [...] for his unrivalled alle-
giance without variation to the statement: "Personally I'd love to do it,
we'd ALL love to do it. But we're not going to do it. It's not the kind of
book our house knows how to handle." Our superior performance award in the
field of advertising goes to media executive, E.L.M., [...] for the continu-
ally creative use of the old favorite: "I think what you've got here could be
very exciting. Why not give it one more try based on the approach I've out-
lined and see if you can come up with something fresh." Our final award for
courageous holding action in the field of industry goes to supervisor, R.S.,
[...] for her unyielding grip on "I don't care if they fire me, I've been
arguing for a new approach for YEARS but are we SURE that this is the right
time--" I would like to conclude this meeting with a verse written specially
for our prospectus by our founding president fifty years ago -- and now, as
then, fully expressive of the emotion most close to all our hearts --
Treat freshness as a youthful quirk,
And dare not stray to ideas new,
For if t'were tried they might e'en work
And for a living what woulds't we do?
|The error of youth is to believe that intelligence is a substitute for|
experience, while the error of age is to believe experience is a substitute
-- Lyman Bryson
|Did an Italian CRANE OPERATOR just experience uninhibited sensations in|
a MALIBU HOT TUB?
|I'm having a RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE ... and I don't take any DRUGS|
|I'm having a tax-deductible experience! I need an energy crunch!!|
|This TOPS OFF my partygoing experience! Someone I DON'T LIKE is|
talking to me about a HEART-WARMING European film ...
|VICARIOUSLY experience some reason to LIVE!!|
|Well, I'm a classic ANAL RETENTIVE!! And I'm looking for a way to|
VICARIOUSLY experience some reason to LIVE!!
|The reason they're called wisdom teeth is that the experience makes you wise.|