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|#7833||Even moderation ought not to be practiced to excess.|
|#7834|| Everthing is farther away than it used to be. It is even twice as|
far to the corner and they have added a hill. I have given up running for
the bus; it leaves earlier than it used to.
It seems to me they are making the stairs steeper than in the old
days. And have you noticed the smaller print they use in the newspapers?
There is no sense in asking anyone to read aloud anymore, as everbody
speaks in such a low voice I can hardly hear them.
The material in dresses is so skimpy now, especially around the hips
and waist, that it is almost impossible to reach one's shoelaces. And the
sizes don't run the way they used to. The 12's and 14's are so much smaller.
Even people are changing. They are so much younger than they used to
be when I was their age. On the other hand people my age are so much older
than I am.
I ran into an old classmate the other day and she has aged so much
that she didn't recognize me.
I got to thinking about the poor dear while I was combing my hair
this morning and in so doing I glanced at my own reflection. Really now,
they don't even make good mirrors like they used to.
Sandy Frazier, "I Have Noticed"
|#7835||Every improvement in communication makes the bore more terrible.|
-- Frank Moore Colby
|#7836||Every man is apt to form his notions of things difficult to be apprehended,|
or less familiar, from their analogy to things which are more familiar.
Thus, if a man bred to the seafaring life, and accustomed to think and talk
only of matters relating to navigation, enters into discourse upon any other
subject; it is well known, that the language and the notions proper to his
own profession are infused into every subject, and all things are measured
by the rules of navigation: and if he should take it into his head to
philosophize concerning the faculties of the mind, it cannot be doubted,
but he would draw his notions from the fabric of the ship, and would find
in the mind, sails, masts, rudder, and compass.
-- Thomas Reid, "An Inquiry into the Human Mind", 1764
|#7837||Every man is as God made him, ay, and often worse.|
-- Miguel de Cervantes
|#7838||Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits|
of the world.
|#7839||Every time I look at you I am more convinced of Darwin's theory.|
|#7840||Everybody has something to conceal.|
-- Humphrey Bogart
|#7841||Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.|
|#7842||Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die.|
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