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Just as cooks pray for a good crop of young animals and fishermen for a good haul of fish, in the same way busybodies pray for a good crop of calamities or a good haul of difficulties that they, like cooks and fishermen, may always have something to fish out and butcher. -Plutarch, "On Being a Busybody"
Nobody can think straight who does not work. Idleness warps the mind. ~Henry Ford
Keep doing some kind of work, that the devil may always find you employed. ~St. Jerome
Tomorrow is the only day in the year that appeals to a lazy man. ~Jimmy Lyons
Do not repeat anything you will not sign your name to. ~Author Unknown
It is one of my sources of happiness never to desire a knowledge of other people's business. ~Dolley Madison