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November 22, 2002
THE WIT AND WISDOM OF
Stay out of fluorescent lighting. It adds ten years to your face and fries your brain.
Don't stay at home alone with a video more than two nights in a row. That's how serial killers get started.
After the twelfth margarita, get them to stop the car before you vomit.
Don't be impressed by cynics. They're as blind as romantics, but less fun to hang out with.
It's great to have a mentor, but don't be a protegee for the rest of your life.
Never be photographed with a glass in your hand, or a straw up your nose.
Don't go to theatres where most of the men are wearing raincoats.
Immediately after a breakup, don't go to a party if you know he/she will be there. Social events are rarely enhanced by violence.
Once a week, do something meaningless. If your whole week is meaningless, consider a career move.
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