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|Nowadays, we are afraid of dying fools. Now the fact is that there is no Extreme |
Unction to absolve us of foolishness. We endure it here on earth as subjective
eternity. - Baudrillard, Jean Sometimes the fool who rushes in gets the job done.
|Misery doesn't love company. Misery doesn't love anything. Sometimes the fool |
who rushes in gets the job done. It's true that you can't take it with you, but you
ought to remember that how you got it may determine where you go. Why One
|—MAX DE PREE Leadership Is an Art When you reach for the stars, you may not |
quite get one, but you won't come up with a handful of mud either. —LEO ... —
DAVID ROCKEFELLER Sometimes the fool who rushes in gets the job done.
|Sometimes the fool who rushes in, gets the job done. - Al Bernstein. <* Life that |
has neither aim nor discipline naturally tends to wander off into the morass of
amusement. The brute satisfaction of appetite can have certain grandeur. But
|Strange though: like a soldier, he was better at getting the job done than actually |
figuring out what the problem was in the first place; that part he seemed more
comfortable to leave to others. This dynamic set up a natural balance of power ...
|The fools come back starved for a drink and a woman and soon they are robbed.” |
Billie Jo had been ... It will take you some time to get onto all the details of my
business, but it will relieve Andrew and me of much detail work. I would be happy
|He loved automobiles and just couldn't seem to get enough of them. ... From the |
time Wes was age ten he always had at least one job, sometimes two or three. ...
Their prayers might have been for current 27 Fools Rush In - Where Angels...
|Sometimes Ilive here and sometimes I live withmy older brothers in Chicago. Not |
that it's any of your business.” He wore a Stanley Kowalski Tshirt andapairof work
pants. He had abelly that could have accommodated a set oftwins. Hewas hairy ...
|For example, Joan lived in a fool's paradise, looking forward to a promotion she |
would never get. This expression was first recorded in 1462. fools rush in where
angels fear to tread Ignorant or inexperienced individuals get involved in ... This
expression, so well known it is sometimes shortened as in the second example,
is a quotation from Alexander Pope's Essay ... [Colloquial; early 1800s] for ➧ In
addition to the idioms beginning with for, also see all for; as for; but for; do for;
done for; ...
|“Me neither, but this ain't the first time he done that. I got a good ear, ... She went |
back inside, put Tonya in her crib, and got to work on some letters that she'd
procrastinated about answering. “Dear Aunt ... “Sometimes we have to pay the
piper,” she wrote. “You may have to take your medicine, and try to get on with