The Free Have the Best Seats
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December 23, 1988
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And Kyroot Said…
Anything easier said than done is about par for the course.
A Real Revolutionist ain’t really from anywhere.
Disdain for inconsistency is a disguised plea for
Another father told his little one, “Son, there is one thing
I can tell you that you may depend on unconditionally: Don’t
bite off what you can’t bite off.”
What could make a more delightful and informative City
parlay than a rich religious ritual and good whiskey.
They recently found a Man with what some said were
“revolutionist-type stains” on his clothing, wandering about
dazed near the Bushes, repeating over and over, “Lost amidst my
freedom, adrift in this god-a-mighty amazing release.”
Last night I heard a Man announce, at the corner of this-&-
that, the following: “Citizens, you may care to note that we’ve
ALL fallen into their hands.”
Those who truly expect guarantees in this life may well BE
from Atlantis, or another planet — they sure ain’t from around
At the City level, by the time you figure out what to do
it’s no longer the thing to do.
Hearing the cry “You’re dead meat” said in Italian seems to
take the edge off a bit.
Anyone showing “real promise” won’t for long.
One City anthropologist sez he measures the beginnings of
civilization from the time the first Man said, “Next round’s on
The very next time you have the chance to do something nice
for the City, do it, then say, “Now we’re even.”
Just around the corner is another corner.
Catch this: Heard a guy up-stream say that, “Luck is
feminine and the truth is cold.”
Why do you think they CALL it a “booby prize”?
One Revolutionist, using a variation of the old Windy City
political adage, each morning urged the troops to, “Think early
and think often.”
A wrap-up’s not much of a wrap-up if it doesn’t actually
wrap it up.
You CAN begin to have some concern for the future if you
ever hear Life say, “I’ll take four cards.”
The best seats are free…maybe I should just tell it to you
this way: The free have the best seats.