When asked by a young man if he should seek to marry, Socrates answered him:
“By all means marry: if you get a good wife, you will be happy; if you get a bad one, you will become a philosopher.”
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The Canadian Senate is actually doing useful work!
Four senators, Finley, Duffy, Wallin and Tkachuk ‘get it’!
They even quote Kathy Shaidle from her ‘Tyrany of ‘Nice”!
Blazing Catfur has the scoop…
I just hope Justices Kent, Heeney and Wilton-Siegel are reading this!
[…] & Finley in full; Senator Patrick Brazeau joins the ranks of ‘the good guys’!; The Canadian Senate is actually doing useful work! …. […]
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The Oracle of Delphi called Socrates 'the wisest man' because he said:
"I know I know nothing!"
Of course, he only knew this because his wife, Xanthippe, told him so.