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“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.”

– William Penn, English real es­tate en­tre­pre­neur, philoso­pher and the founder of the US state of Penn­syl­va­nia (1644-1718)

Tech­ni­cal­lyRon @Tech­ni­cal­lyRon

If you ever feel like a dis­ap­point­ment, re­mem­ber that you’ve al­most cer­tainly achieved more in the last six months than the US pres­i­dent has.

J.R. Salz­man @jr­salz­man

Twit­ter has taught me a cou­ple of things. First, there are some in­cred­i­bly bril­liant peo­ple in the world. Se­cond, they are vastly out­num­bered.

Shit Aca­demics Say @Aca­demic­sSay

Statis­tics means never hav­ing to say you’re cer­tain.

The Motley Fool @the­mot­ley­fool

“The big money is not in the buy­ing or the sell­ing, but in the sit­ting.” - Jesse Liver­more

Ser­ena’s Deputy @pjay005

Time flies when you’re ly­ing in bed not want­ing to get out.

Josh @iwearaone­sie

Be­ing an adult is just walk­ing around won­der­ing what you’re for­get­ting.

Oliver Smiff @Oliv­erSmiff

Mar­ry­ing your high school sweet­heart is the most ro­man­tic way of telling the world that you’re not the am­bi­tious type.

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