On this page are what I call “saythings”—short, hopefully memorable little lines about whatever I find amusing, true, offensively lively, or, dare I say it, deep. The saything itself is just the text, but I couldn’t help myself and have added a cartoon to each.

“If there’s something you don’t understand, then there’s something else you also don’t understand.”

“Physics is a formalized version of pessimism.”

“Love is a strange game. You can cheat all you want but you can’t ever win.”

“Why is software so hard if hardware’s so soft?”

“Mediocre ideas have many variations.”

“If you don’t know what’s best, second best is better.”

“To shake a tree you must stand under it.”

“You can sit by the river of time as long as you like, but it’s always now.”

“Being happy that it’s Friday is depressing. It means you work for someone else.”

“How can I be lost if I didn’t want to go?”

“People are easy to be with when they’re not around.”