Thursday, April 27, 2006



The confused young man couldn't decide whether to marry Kathryn or
Edith. Try as he might, he just could not make up his mind. Unwilling
to give up either, he strung them along for far too long. This
indecision continued until both young women got tired of the situation
and left him for good. Moral of the story: ... You can't have your
Kate and Edith, too.

- Bennett Cerf


Blogger GTX said...

When crusaders went to North Africa and Orient to release Jerusalem they found a civilisation most advanced in ideas and honorability, despite the cruelty of those times, of course.
While the crusaders where a bunch of drunk and cruel lords and serfs that where instigated to focus their appetite for fighting in the Orient by the Pope Urbane the Arabs where philosophic and mathematically and astrologically advanced.
One civilisation was appelative to some people and the other was attractive to others.
One was the mental and the other was the sex.
What I'm saying?
I'm nuts...

5:26 AM  
Blogger J. Marquis said...

Have your Kate and Edith too? Grooooooooooan.

6:15 PM  

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