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"The demon on my shoulder..."

“...we consider too much the good luck of the early bird, and not enough the bad luck of the early worm.”
F. D. Roosevelt.

The demon on my shoulder said it best,--
"The grass is greener when the grass is smoked,
It doesn't matter on which path you've walked,
All roads will lead to Rome, both east and west...

Remember that three lefts will make a right!
That curiosity gave cats a life worth living.
And don't read novels, -- content is deceiving,
Judge by the cover and you'll be all right!

There aren't any winners when there's peace
Engage in fights as often as you wish!
Learn that the worms will catch the early fish,
And that the second mouse gets the cheese!

For every penny saved, a second's lost...
If time is money, -- do not sell it short!
Don't sell your soul for pennies to the Lord--
The Devil buys it at a higher cost."