For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.
– H. L. Mencken
The simple truth of our finiteness is that we could, by whatever means, go on interminably only at the price of either losing the past and, therewith, our identity, or living only in the past and therefore without a real present. We cannot seriously wish either and thus not a physical enduring at that price.
– Hans Jonas
I just wear black and gray all the time. If you Google Image me, you’ll just see a bunch of black and gray. It’s simple. If I like a shirt, I’ll buy six or eight of them, wear them back-to-back, and just wait for somebody to say something. ‘That’s the same shirt you wore yesterday.’ ‘Yeah, but this one is fresh.’
– Hannibal Buress