“If you surveyed a hundred typical middle-aged Americans, I bet you’d find that only two of them could tell you their blood types, but every last one of them would know the theme song from “The Beverly Hillbillies.”—Dave Barry, American writer & humorist, 1947-


(Please note that each of these quotations is meant to be read independently of all the others, especially those immediately preceding and following the current quotation.)


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Proverbium Seniorum is a blog of quotations, epigrams, and excerpts. (Please note that each of these quotations is meant to be read independently of all the others, especially those immediately preceding and following the current quotation.) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To SEE the ENTIRE BLOG, go to: https://proverbiumseniorum.blog/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To COMMENT on (or to DISCUSS) this quotation, go to Twitter twitter.com/PSeniorum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To CONTACT us, please email us at: proverbiumseniorum@gmail.com------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The engraving in the upper left-hand corner of this page is entitled “Odin in the guise of a wanderer”, created in 1886 by Georg von Rosen (1843-1923). It appeared in the 1893 Swedish translation of Poetic Edda and is in the public domain.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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