07 noviembre 2005

let's hear it for my boy Big Mac

thought one: (...surely i wrote this...)

"They were freer than their forefathers in dress and living, and spent more in other kinds of excesses, consuming their time and money in idleness, gaming, and women; their chief aim was to appear well dressed and to speak with wit and acuteness, whilst he who could wound others the most cleverly was thought the wisest."

uh-huh-huh... talkin'bout my generation...

thought two:

"For Fortune is a woman who to be kept under must be beaten and roughly handled; and we see that she suffers herself to be more readily mastered by those who so treat her than by those who are more timid in their approaches. And always, like a woman, she favours the young, because they are less scrupulous and fiercer, and command her with greater audacity."

this brother needs to broaden his feminine horizons a bit. "favors the young?" pshwaw.

thought three:

"...the vulgur are always taken by appearances adn by results, and the world is made up of the vulgur."

thought four:

would i/you/one rather be loved or feared?

thought another:
This personality test has a range of 0-100
Your score is: 62
You are a high Mach, you endorse Machiavelli's opinions.

Most people fall somewhere in the middle, but there's a significant minority at either extreme.