In our increasingly fast-paced digital world, it seems more and more thought is compressed into short little sound-bites. Lengthy, well-developed tracts are hardly read by a busy public. It is becoming more and more true that, if you want someone to read something, keep it short.
In that spirit, I guess, Twitter has taken off as a social networking device. I have personally enjoyed its interactivity and 140 character limit. If you would like to follow me on twitter, click here.
Someone recommended that I list some of my recent Tweets here as a summary. I hope you enjoy them! (And don't worry, I'll keep this list short!)
Government: the only place someone could get away with saying they're going to spend their way out of their spending problem.
Politician's prayer: Give me this day someone else's daily bread.
We are human beings, however, most of us only look like human doings.
You can tell a lot about a person by what it takes to make him/her mad.
Excellence is unwrapped by the hands of courage.
The annual US budget ought to say: "As much as we want." It would save paper, at least.
Never mistake gentility for character.
Most people don't really know what they want until they see someone else with it.
Life has no rewind, but it is being recorded.
They call it the human race, however, many people aren't even jogging in it.
Many people appear to be tip-toeing through life trying to get to death safely.