“PEACE, n. In international affairs, a period of cheating between two periods of fighting.
O, what's the loud uproar assailing Mine ears without cease?
'Tis the voice of the hopeful, all-hailing The horrors of peace.
Ah, Peace Universal; they woo it -- Would marry it, too. If only they knew how to do it
'Twere easy to do.
They're working by night and by day On their problem, like moles. Have mercy, O Heaven, I pray, On their meddlesome souls! --Ro Amil”
“Don't ever cheat on someone. I'm serious. It's not worth it. . . . The only thing infidelity does is remind you of the people you're not having sex with, which is something you can just as easily think about when you're completely alone.”
“I didn't begin cheating until late in my career, when I needed something to help me survive. I didn't cheat when I won the twenty-five games in 1961. I don't want anybody to get any ideas and take my Cy Young Award away. And I didn't cheat in 1963 when I won twenty-four games. Well, maybe a little.”