“If it turns out that what you really have to do is go to college and make sure your roommate is the next Mark Zuckerberg in order to get ahead … that doesn’t work,” —Kevin Leicht, a sociologist.
“It’s a groundbreaking work, but Freudenthal’s book is the most boring I have ever read. Logarithm tables are cool compared to it,” —Yvan Dutil, an astrophysicist, on a 1960 book about communicating with extraterrestrials.
“If you want to incorporate, fine. You pay the fee. Nevada doesn’t investigate, so why should I?” —Robert Harris, a Nevadan who helps people avoid taxes.
(Previous quotes from our sources here)