|#1281||The answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything was|
released with the kind permission of the Amalgamated Union of Philosophers,
Sages, Luminaries, and Other Professional Thinking Persons.
|#1282||The average individual's position in any hierarchy is a lot like pulling|
a dogsled -- there's no real change of scenery except for the lead dog.
|#1283||The best equipment for your work is, of course, the most expensive.|
However, your neighbor is always wasting money that should be yours
by judging things by their price.
|#1284||The best executive is one who has sense enough to pick good people to do|
what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with
them while they do it.
-- Theodore Roosevelt
|#1285||The best laid plans of mice and men are held up in the legal department.|
|#1286||The best things in life are for a fee.|
|#1287||The best things in life go on sale sooner or later.|
|#1288||The best way to avoid responsibility is to say, "I've got responsibilities."|
|#1289||The Bible on letters of reference:|
Are we beginning all over again to produce our credentials? Do
we, like some people, need letters of introduction to you, or from you?
No, you are all the letter we need, a letter written on your heart; any
man can see it for what it is and read it for himself.
-- 2 Corinthians 3:1-2, New English translation
|#1290||The biggest mistake you can make is to believe that you are working for|
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