A revolution, in politics, is an abrupt change in the form of misgovernment. The substitution of the rule of an administration for that of a ministry, whereby the welfare and happiness of the people were advanced a full half-inch.
Quote by Ambrose Bierce
Mayonnaise: One of the sauces which serve the French in place of a state religion.
Cynic, n: a blackguard whose faulty vision sees things as they are, not as they...
Habit is a shackle for the free.
BRAIN, n. An apparatus with which we think what we think. That which distinguishes the...
SCRIPTURES, n. The sacred books of our holy religion, as distinguished from the false and...
Rum, n. Generically, fiery liquors that produce madness in total abstainers.
Suffrage, noun. Expression of opinion by means of a ballot. The right of suffrage (which...
USAGE, n. The First Person of the literary Trinity, the Second and Third being Custom...
The covers of this book are too far apart.
Conservative, n: A statesman who is enamored of existing evils, as distinguished from the Liberal...
Edible, adj.: Good to eat, and wholesome to digest, as a worm to a toad,...
CARTESIAN, adj. Relating to Descartes, a famous philosopher, author of the celebrated dictum, _Cogito ergo...
Spring beckons! All things to the call respond; the trees are leaving and cashiers abscond.
ADVICE, n. The smallest current coin. The man was in such deep distress, Said Tom,...
All are lunatics, but he who can analyze his delusions is called a philosopher.
Laziness. Unwarranted repose of manner in a person of low degree.
An egotist is a person of low taste - more interested in himself than in...
Philosophy: A route of many roads leading from nowhere to nothing.
A man is known by the company he organizes.
Abscond - to move in a mysterious way, commonly with the property of another.