Sunday, 25 February 2007

Aphorisms

Money is the root of all freedom.

The worst thing about being poor is that it puts you at the mercy of do-gooders.

People who live in Hampstead represent the unacceptable face of socialism.

We should all be concerned about how green issues are affecting business. Let's destroy the planet before it's too late.

Look after the pennies and the pounds will be looked after by Gordon Brown.

Saying you despise money-grubbing does not necessarily mean you despise it. More often than not this is merely an excuse for failure or an opportunity for self-righteousness.

Have you heard the one about the eye of the needle and the camel? Surely God would never succumb to the politics of envy.

This vale of tears is truly awful, unless of course you've just collected your winnings after the 4 o'clock at Kempton.

The true seeker shall plunge into the abyss of the stock market.

Where on earth did Faust study law? Mephistopheles took him for a ride. Always negotiate hard and get the best deal you can.

There's no shame in being a miser. Who wants to be the poorest person in the graveyard?

There's nothing wrong with throwing your money around either. Just be sure to let me know.