PIKER’S LESSONS IN LOGIC…

Finweek English Edition - - Piker -

IF YOUR FA­THER is a poor man, it’s your fate; but if your fa­ther-in-law is a poor man, it’s your stu­pid­ity. I was born in­tel­li­gent… ed­u­ca­tion ru­ined me. Prac­tice makes per­fect. But no­body’s per­fect… so why prac­tice? If it’s true we’re here to help oth­ers, then what ex­actly are the oth­ers here for? Since light trav­els faster than sound, peo­ple ap­pear bright un­til you hear them speak. Money isn’t ev­ery­thing. There’s MasterCard and Visa. Ev­ery wo­man should marry. Af­ter all, hap­pi­ness isn’t the only thing in life. Suc­cess is a rel­a­tive term. It brings so many rel­a­tives. “Your fu­ture de­pends on your dreams.” So go to sleep. There should be a bet­ter way to start a day than wak­ing up ev­ery morn­ing. “Hard work never killed any­body.” But why take the risk? A bus sta­tion is where a bus stops. A train sta­tion is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work­sta­tion… what more can I say?

Now that Gaut­eng’s high­way con­struc­tion pro­gramme has com­menced, is this what we can ex­pect on our new widened roads?

From heros to ze­ros. Funny money – Zim style

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