Motto of the Month: August 2011
In an envelope marked "Priority Rush, Expedite, Chop-Chop" and
addressed to the Let's Have Better Mottoes Association, Inc.'s
Honorable Selection Committee, Jeff Kelly's suggestion easily made
it to the top of the pile and picked off the #1 spot this month.
Inside the envelope was ...
FOOLS RUSH IN
and get the best seats
When notified of the selection, Joe - our official parade horse -
was momentarily concerned that onlookers might stop reading after
the first word and come to incorrect conclusions about both him and
President Velma , but finally relented and the parade will begin at 8p
on the 14th, at the front entrance to the Casino. Members may follow
Joe, whose middle name is Baccarat, or march in the open air , as they
The trouble with history is so much of it is getting to be what you
studied as current events.
The Association' s Committee on Definitions has determined:
Maintenance-Free really means that when it breaks, it can't be fixed;
Antiques are what you forgot to throw away before they got valuable;
and, a Bargain is something you can't use at a price you can't resist.
You don't know if advice is good or bad 'til after you take it.
Other mottoes which didn't rush in so quickly this month included:
"THERE IS A GREAT NEED for a sarcasm font ," from Rick Belzer; "BAD
DECISIONS make good stories ," from an anonymous machine-shop owner; and, "EXPERIMENTS
NEVER FAIL," from Dr. Steve Scott. HMMM...
An unemployed jester is nobody's fool.
The Let's Have Better Mottoes Association, Inc.