Contents of V:
(15—69 A.D.), Roman Emperor
The body of a dead enemy always smells sweet.
Whiskey and vermouth cannot meet as friends, and the Manhattan is an offense against piety.
(1897—1956), Mark Twain: The Ink of History
Pessimism is only the name that men of weak nerves give to wisdom.
America is a land where a citizen will cross the ocean to fight for democracy--and won't even cross the street to vote in a national election.
Muscles come and go; flab lasts.
When insects take over the world, we hope they will remember, with gratitude, how we took them along on all our picnics.
He took misfortune like a man--blamed it on his wife.
Lawyers and insurance agents deserve one another.
U.S. manager of Seattle Mariners, on basketball
This is the second most exciting indoor sport, and the other one shouldn't have spectators.
I am a believer in punctuality though it makes me very lonely.