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Quote of the Day - Things are not what they seem. They are what they are. - Dr. Robert Anthony
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I'm Dying for a Quote

Oftentimes when I read Newsweek (the print version), I skip right to the quotes page. I like the pithy statements distilled down to the crux of the issue. That's why I stick a Quote of the Day in this blog.

Court TV has started doing the same thing. Their section, called Hearsay is even better because it has blog-like links to the actual story. Newsweek, take note.

Beyond quotes, there's some other interesting material out there. Courthouse News, a service that offers tidbits on newly filed lawsuits, also has an interesting new column. Robert Kahn writes Coyote Speaks (middle column), and this week's rant is about reject letters from book publishers. Very funny.

To bring matters to a close, how about a do-it-yourself obituary? Or even a do-it-yourself funeral.

I'm not sure it's worth dying for, though.

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