Bob Wears's e-mail signature

David Meyers dm0015 at ICLOUD.COM
Wed Jul 19 19:26:29 UTC 2017

The haiku published yesterday is so emblematic of Bob’s thinking, and so are the pithy one-liners - some his, some others - he included with his e-mail signature. They were funny, insightful and thought-provoking.  Here are a few of them:

'What hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.”

"Earth first!  We'll destroy the other planets later.”

"The first thing to do is decide what to do first.”

"All my means are sane, my motives and object mad."

"Nothing matters very much, and very few things matter at all."

"Even in the valley of the shadow of death, two and two do not make six."
                             						 --L Tolstoy

"The kind of thinking got us into these problems is not likely to be the kind of thinking that gets us out.’

I encourage everyone to take a look at their e-mails from Bob for lessons from those single sentences. 

David L Meyers, MD FACEP
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