Handcuffed Than Shwe, the Genocide Criminal

Handcuffed Than Shwe, the Genocide Criminal

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Than Shwe,

                   Why did you arrest the Burmese Muslim leaders?

This is the CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY amounting to a GENOCIDE.

Do you understand the meaning of  Genocide?

Just licking the BOOT of Obama could not erase your sins or AGAINST HUMANITY and GENOCIDE

 If you fail to release the Muslim leaders, we would start a campaign to handcuff you.

If the world Muslims declare Jihad on SPDC, you could not find a safe haven but grilled in hell soon.

The world Muslim Ummah

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AFP:Myanmar junta congratulates Obama

YANGON: Myanmar’s top junta leader has congratulated new US President Barack Obama on his inauguration, state media reported on Friday in the first official reaction to him assuming office.

The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper said Senior General Than Shwe “has sent a message of congratulations to the Honourable Barack Hussein Obama, on the occasion of his inauguration” as president.

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A vote against ‘discipline democracy’

By:Nehginpao Kipgen

Shed another tear for Myanmar’s (Burma’s) swelling population of prisoners of conscience. In recent weeks, the country’s ruling military junta has handed down prison sentences ranging from six months to 65 years to scores of peaceful activists, Buddhist monks, artists, journalists and others.

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AFP:Junta congratulates Obama



We never believe in

YANGON – MYANMAR’S military leader General Than Shwe has sent a formal diplomatic note of congratulation to President-elect Barack Obama, state media reported on Saturday.

‘Senior General Than Shwe, Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council of the Union of Myanmar, has sent a congratulatory message to the Honourable Mr Barack Hussein Obama, on the occasion of his election,’ the New Light of Myanmar newspaper reported on its front page.

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Junta’s election road map: political amnesty


from:Bangkok Post

Burma’s military leaders have released several key political prisoners on the eve of the anniversary of last September’s brutal crackdown on the monk-led demonstrations in Rangoon.


The political activists were part of a massive amnesty for more than 9,000 prisoners, mostly petty criminals, which anyalsts believe is part of the regime’s preparation for the planned elections in two years’ time.


Among those freed was the country’s longest-serving political prisoner, the veteran journalist and political activist, Win Tin, 79. At least four other prominent MPs from the National League for Democracy (NLD) were also released. But party leader Aung San Suu Kyi remains under house arrest in her Rangoon residence, where she has spent more than 13 of the last 19 years.

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Tun Dr M’s ‘open letter’ to the Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe

Tun Dr M’s ‘open letter’ to the

Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe

NOTE: If young Tun Dr M were in Myanmar, I hope he would write a letter like this to the Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe. Actually I had changed his letter sent to the PM Tunku Abdul Rahman at his time. Dr M was expelled from the ruling party because of this letter. 

Dear Senior General,

“You have become so powerful, both by virtue of your office and by popular acclaim, that Myanmar Tatmadaw has become subservient to you. SPDC is being held together, not because the members share your ideas on politics, but through a system of patronage and disguised coercion based on your miliitary Government rather than party authority. 

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Gambari Burma Mission Not Accomplished, UNSC should intervene more directly

By Zin Linn, Burmese Journalist in exile

Bangkok, 245 August, (Asiantribune.com): UN special envoy Ibrahim Gambari’s latest shuttle diplomacy ended in disappointment. He could not meet senior leaders of the ruling Junta. And also the detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. When Gambari flew in, expectations ran very high.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe may be better than SPDC’s Than Shwe

The Star Online

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe may be better than SPDC’s Than Shwe

By Nelson Banya

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe could sign a power-sharing deal on Sunday that names opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai as prime minister, a senior ruling party official said on Saturday.

A man reads a local daily newspaper on the street of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare August 8, 2008. (REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo)

The official said Mugabe’s ZANU-PF, after more than two weeks of talks seeking to end a post-election crisis, wants any unity government to last five years.

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Tsvangirai would be premier although his powers were still under discussion.

“There could be a signing tomorrow, after the leaders have met to thrash out the remaining issues,” the official, who asked not to be named, told Reuters.

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Let us see how the fugitive Than Shwe would likely to disguise

Let us see how the fugitive Than Shwe

would likely to disguise_


It may be difficult for him to grow beard like his brothers SEIN and RK.





 Following picturs are from Burma Digest

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Asian Values & Western Values

Most of the western countries had progressed from the struggles to just meet their biological needs of food, shelter and security to the social progress to meet their psychological needs of social values such as Human Rights and Individual Freedoms.

“ASIAN VALUES” apologists claim that certain values and liberties must be compromised for the sake of growth and progress so that most of the citizens are housed, clothed and fed. They claimed that social and political stability for the whole country is more important than individual Human Rights and liberties.

Even US and some developed countries are in reverse gear by saying that sacrifices in certain individual freedoms must be made for the safety of the country and to fight terrorism.

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Senior General and his PA (in Burmese)

Senior General and his PA

ဗိုလ္ခ်ဳပ္မွဴးၾကီးနွင့္ သူ၏ ပီေအ

“တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး ဖုန္းလာတယ္ခင္ဗ် ”
“ေဟ ဘယ္ကဖုန္းလဲ”
“ ဘန္ကီမြန္း ဆီက ဖုန္းပါ တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး”
“ဟာ ဒီ ေခြးမသား ေလာပန္ ျပန္ေျဖလိုက္ ငါမအားဘူး ေတဇနဲ႔လႊဲထားတယ္လို႔ ေျပာလိုက္”
“တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး ဘန္ကီမြန္းက ေလာပန္မဟုတ္ဘူးခင္ဗ်.. ဟို..ဟို”

“ဘာ လဲ ယူနန္ျပည္နယ္အုပ္ခ်ဳပ္ေရးမွဴးလား ေျပာလိုက္ အဲဒီေကာင္လဲ တင္ေအာင္ျမင့္ဦးနဲ႔ ေျပာလိုက္လို႔”
“ တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး လက္ခံစကားေျပာမွျဖစ္မယ္ထင္တယ္ မုန္တိုင္းတိုက္လို႔ ဒုကၡေရာက္ေနတဲ့သူေတြကိစၥ”
“ ဟ .. မင္းတယ္ခက္တဲ့ေကာင္ပါလား ၊ ေျပာလိုက္အဲဒီတရုတ္ကို မင္း အပူမဟုတ္ဘူးလို႔ ငါေတာင္မပူဘူး”
“ တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး .. ဒါဆိုဘယ္လိုျပန္ေျပာလိုက္ရမလဲ”
“ ငါ့ေျမးနွာေစးေနလို႔ ေက်ာင္းမသြားနိုင္ဘူး ဒီေန႔ သူနဲ႔ ငါ တေနကုန္ဗီဒီယိုဂိမ္းကစားရမယ္ မေနွာင့္ယွက္နဲ႔လို႔ ေျပာလိုက္ မင္းတို႔ ဒါေလာက္မွ အသံုးမက်ဘူးလား ေခြးမသားေတြ”

“ဟုတ္ကဲ့ တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး … ဒါဆို အေမရိကန္ သေဘၤာေတြ ျမန္မာ့ေရပိုင္နက္ထဲ ေရာက္ေနျပီခင္ဗ်”
“ေဟ…ဟုတ္လား ဒီေကာင္ေတြ ပါမစ္ မပါပဲ ငါးလာဖမ္းရင္ အကုန္ ဖမ္းခ်ဳပ္ျပီး ဒဏ္ရိုက္လႊတ္လိုက္ ေခြးမသားေတြ”
“ မဟုတ္ဘူး ခင္ဗ် …. ေလေဘးဒုကၡသည္ေတြအတြက္ အကူအညီပစၥည္းေတြလာပို႔တာ ”
“ ရာရာ စစ… ငါေတာင္ မကူဘူး ဒီေကာင္ေတြကဘာေကာင္ေတြမို႔လဲ”
“တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီးဆီက ခြင့္ျပဳခ်က္လိုေနပါတယ္ သူတို႔ေတြ ၀င္ကူဖို႔”
“ ဟ… ဘယ္ေတာ့မွ အေမရိကန္ ဆိုတဲ့ေကာင္ေတြ ကို အလကားမတ္တင္း ငါ အသက္ရွင္ေနသမွ် အ၀င္မခံဘူးကြ မွတ္ထား”
“ဟုတ္ကဲ့ နိုင္ငံျခားေရး၀န္ၾကီးကို ျပန္ေျပာခိုင္းလိုက္ပါ့မယ္”
“ေအး ဒါန ဲ႔ ထိုင္းက ႏွာျပားလာတုန္းက ငါ့အတြက္၀ယ္လာတဲ့ KFC ၾကက္ေၾကာ္ေတြေႏႊးထားစမ္း ၾကားလား”
“ဟုတ္ကဲ့ ေလေဘးကယ္ဆယ္ေရးအတြက္ အေမရိကားက လွဴထားတဲ့ အခ်ိဳရည္ေတြပါ ထည့္ထားေပးပါ့မယ္”
“ေအး … မင္းေတာ္တယ္ ေခြးသား ”
“ေက်းဇူးတင္ပါတယ္ တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး ခု ကုလသမဂၢက ေနာက္ထပ္ ကိုယ္စားလွယ္တစ္ေယာက္လာေတာ့မွာျဖစ္ပါတယ္ ဘယ္လို ကိုင္တြယ္ရမလဲ ”
“ထံုးစံအတိုင္းေပါ့ မင္းေတာ္ေတာ္ညံ့တဲ့ေကာင္ပဲ ေခြးမသား ၊ ေက်ာက္စိမ္းေတြ ပတၱျမားေတြ ဘာလုပ္ဖို႔ထားတာလဲ”
“ အားလံုးေကာင္းသြားမွာပါ တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး အားလံုးျဖစ္ေစရပါမယ္”
“ ေအး… မင္းေတာ္တယ္ ေခြးမသား ၊ မင္းဘာဆက္ေျပာဖို ့က်န္ေသးလဲ”
“ ေနာက္ဆံုးတခု တင္ျပခ်င္တာက..အေမရိကန္ သေဘၤာေတြက အေမရိကန္ေရတပ္က စစ္သေဘၤာေတြ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္တပ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီး”





Myanmar and other Political Jokes

Myanmar and other Political Jokes

Cows in Politics Explained

Some are mine but I got the original idea from here_ 

  1. Myanmar under successive military governments:  You have two cows.  The government seizes both and sells you the milk with high price. You join the underground and start a campaign of sabotage.
  2. Burma under U Nu: You have two cows. U Nu prohibited slaughtering of cows. They were sold as, “Toe Toe Thars”, by smugglers. (Toe Toe means harsh harsh, quietly, secretly. Thars means meat.)

  3. Burma under General Ne Win:  You have two cows.  Ne Win’s BSPP government seizes both and provides you with small amount of diluted milk which is a little bit spoilt.
  4. Burma under General Saw Maung’s SLORC:  You have two cows. Military government took both, promised to give back after enquiry (election) but was deposed in a coup to prevent fulfilling his promise.
  5. Myanmar under Sr General Than Shwe. You have two cows. SPDC withdraw the license to breed the cows and given one license to U Pine (ex-military association) and the remaining license goes to U Tayza.
  6. Myanmar Tatadaw in Arakan: You have two cows. Tatadaw slaughtered one to eat. Ask you to plough the army land with your remaining one cow. You are forced to pull the plough together with the remaining cow as a voluntary service.
  7. Myanmar Tatadaw in Karen State: You have two cows. Myanmar Military would negotiate, bribe one cow, named as Democratic Buddhist Cow and incite to fight your remaining cow, assassinate you or your family, raid across the fence, burn your house across the border and to destroy the Mosques.
  8. Myanmar Tatadaw in Shan State: You have two cows.  Tatmadaw would slaughter both cows, rape your village women and set your village on fire.
  9. Myanmar under General Khin Nyunt: You have two cows. Khin Nyunt’s would smile but with the sweet innocent face he would order Myanmar Military Intellgence to start a religious or racial riot against you and burn your two cows together with your house.
  10. Myanmar Chins: You have two cows. Bandage one as if wounded and put a POP on another so that they could be accepted by UNHCR to be able to export to the Western Developed countries.
  11. Myanmar Democratic secular opposition: You have two cows.  Don’t talk about racial discriminations nor equal rights. Your cows are not important they are counting their own sheeps and praying that the Burma Revolution would last forever. Then only they could continue to collect funds.
  12. A SOCIALIST:  You have two cows.  The government takes one and gives it to your neighbor.
  13. CAPITALISM, AMERICAN STYLE:  You have two cows.  You sell one, buy a bull, and build a herd of cows.
  14. BUREAUCRACY, AMERICAN STYLE:  You have two cows.  The government takes them both, shoots one, milks the other, pays you for the milk, then pours the milk down the drain.
  15. AN AMERICAN CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You sell one, and force the other to produce the milk of four cows.  You are surprised when the cow drops dead.
  16. A JAPANESE CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You redesign them so they are one-tenth the size of an ordinary cow and produce twenty times the milk. You then create clever cow cartoon images called Cowkimon and market them World-Wide.
  17. A CHINESE CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You have 300 people milking them. You claim full employment, high bovine productivity, and arrest the newsman who reported on them.
  18. AN INDIAN CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You worship both of them.
  19. A GERMAN CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You reengineer them so they live for 100 years, eat once a month, and milk themselves.
  20. DEMOCRACY, AMERICAN STYLE:  You have two cows.  The government taxes you to the point you have to sell both to support a man in a foreign country who has only one cow, which was a gift from your government.
  21. A RUSSIAN CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You count them and learn you have five cows. You count them again and learn you have 42 cows. You count them again and learn you have 12 cows.  You stop counting cows and open another bottle of vodka.
  22. A FRENCH CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You go on strike because you want three cows.
  23. A BRITISH CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  They are mad.  They die. Pass the shepherd’s pie, please.
  24. AN ITALIAN CORPORATION:  You have two cows, but you don’t know where they are. You break for lunch.
  25. A BRAZILIAN CORPORATION:  You have two cows.  You enter into a partnership with an American corporation.  Soon you have 1000 cows and the American corporation declares bankruptcy.
  26. AN AMERICAN REPUBLICAN:  You have two cows. Your neighbor has none. So what?
  27. AN AMERICAN DEMOCRAT:  You have two cows.  Your neighbor has none.  You feel guilty for being successful.  You vote people into office who tax your cows, forcing you to sell one to raise money to pay the tax.  The people you voted for then take the tax money and buy a cow and give it to your neighbor. You feel righteous.

Sr. General Than Shwe is the thief

Sr. General Than Shwe is the thief

of time


Procrastination is a type of avoidance behaviour which is characterised by deferment of actions or tasks to a later time. Psychologists often cite procrastination as a mechanism for coping with the anxiety associated with starting or completing any task or decision.

For the person procrastinating this may result in stress, a sense of guilt, the loss of personal productivity, the creation of crisis and the disapproval of others for not fulfilling one’s responsibilities or commitments. While it is normal for individuals to procrastinate to some degree, it becomes a problem when it impedes normal functioning. Chronic procrastination may be a sign of an underlying psychological or physiological disorder.

The word itself comes from the Latin word procrastinatus: pro- (forward) and crastinus (of tomorrow). The term’s first known appearance was in Edward Hall’s Chronicle (The union of the two noble and illustre famelies of Lancestre and Yorke), first published sometime before 1548.[2] The sermon reflected procrastination’s connection at the time to task avoidance or delay, volition or will, and sin.

Causes of procrastination


The psychological causes of procrastination vary greatly, but generally surround issues of anxiety, low sense of self-worth and a self-defeating mentality. Procrastinators are also thought to have a higher-than-normal level of conscientiousness, more based on the “dreams and wishes” of perfection or achievement in contrast to a realistic appreciation of their obligations and potential.

Author David Allen brings up two major psychological causes of procrastination at work and in life which are related to anxiety, not laziness.[citation needed] The first category comprises things too small to worry about, tasks that are an annoying interruption in the flow of things, and for which there are low-impact workarounds; an example might be organizing a messy room. The second category comprises things too big to control, tasks that a person might fear, or for which the implications might have a great impact on a person’s life; an example might be the adult children of a deteriorating senior parent deciding what living arrangement would be best.

A person might unconsciously overestimate or underestimate the scale of a task if procrastination has become a habit.

From the behavioral psychology point of view, James Mazur has said that procrastination is a particular case of “impulsiveness” as opposed to self control.[citation needed] Mazur states that procrastination occurs because of a temporal discounting of a punisher, as it happens with the temporal discount for a reinforcer. Procrastination, then, as Mazur says, happens when a choice has to be made between a later larger task and a sooner small task; as the absolute value of the task gets discounted by the time, a subject tends to choose the later large task.


Research on the physiological roots of procrastination mostly surrounds the role of the prefrontal cortex. This area of the brain is responsible for executive brain functions such as planning, impulse control, attention, and acts as a filter by decreasing distracting stimuli from other brain regions. Damage or low activation in this area can reduce an individual’s ability to filter out distracting stimuli, ultimately resulting in poorer organization, a loss of attention and increased procrastination. This is similar to the prefrontal lobe’s role in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), where underactivation is common. [3]

Procrastination and mental health

Procrastination can be a persistent and debilitating disorder in some people, causing significant psychological disability and dysfunction. These individuals may actually be suffering from an underlying mental health problem such as depression or ADHD.While procrastination is a behavioral condition, these underlying mental health disorders can be treated with medication and/or therapy. Therapy can be a useful tool in helping an individual learn new behaviors, overcome fears and anxieties, and achieve an improved quality of life. Thus it is important for people who chronically struggle with debilitating procrastination to see a trained therapist or psychiatrist to see if an underlying mental health issue may be present.

Severe procrastination can cross over into internet addiction or computer addiction. In this instance the individual has a compulsion to avoid reality by surfing the web or playing video games (game addiction) or looking at online pornography (pornography addiction). Although these are relatively new phenomena, they are being considered as psychiatric diagnoses by mental health professionals.


Traditionally, procrastination has been associated with perfectionism, a tendency to negatively evaluate outcomes and one’s own performance, intense fear and avoidance of evaluation of one’s abilities by others, heightened social self-consciousness and anxiety, recurrent low mood, and workaholism. Slaney (1996) found that adaptive perfectionists were less likely to procrastinate than non-perfectionists, while maladaptive perfectionists (people who saw their perfectionism as a problem) had high levels of procrastination (and also of anxiety).[4]

Academic procrastination

While academic procrastination is not a special type of procrastination, procrastination is thought to be particularly prevalent in the academic setting[citation needed], where students are required to meet deadlines for assignments and tests in an environment full of events and activities which compete for the students’ time and attention. More specifically, a 1992 study showed that “52% of surveyed students indicated having a moderate to high need for help concerning procrastination”[5].Some students struggle with procrastination due to a lack of time management or study skills, stress, or feeling overwhelmed with their work.[

Quotations on procrastination

  1.  ”I’ll stop procrastinating, I swear… Starting on Monday.” — Frikkin Ninja

  2. “You can read this one later!” – Evrim

  3. “If it weren’t for the last minute, I wouldn’t get anything done.” — Anon

  4. “I think a lot of the basis of the open source movement comes from procrastinating students…” — Andrew Tridgell (Article)

  5. “I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.” — Douglas Adams

  6. “Waiting is a trap. There will always be reasons to wait – The truth is, there are only two things in life, reasons and results, and reasons simply don’t count.” — Robert Anthony

  7. “We don’t have anything as urgent as mañana in Ireland.” — Stuart Banks

  8. “A perfect method for adding drama to life is to wait until the deadline looms large.” — Alyce P. Cornyn-Selby

  9. “Procrastination: Hard work often pays off after time, but laziness always pays off now.” — Larry Kersten

  10. “Anyone can do any amount of work provided it isn’t the work he’s supposed to be doing at the moment.” — Robert Benchley

  11. “Procrastination is the art of waiting.” — Procrastination help

  12. “Procrastination is like masturbation, It’s fun until you realize you just screwed yourself”–Anonymous

  13. “Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday.” — Author Unknown

  14. “Procrastinate now, don’t put it off.” — Ellen DeGeneres

  15. “Procrastination is the thief of time.” — Edward Young

  16. “You can procrastinate later.” — kanzure

  17. “Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday.” — Don Marquis

  18. “Procrastination is my sin. It brings me naught but sorrow. I know that I should stop it. In fact, I will–tomorrow!” — Gloria Pitzer

  19. “Procrastination will kill us all if it ever gets around to it.” — Anon

  20. “Time you enjoy wasting isn’t wasted time.” — Bertrand Russell

  21. “Procrastination is the key to flexibility” — Anon

  22. Between saying and doing many a pair of shoes is worn out. ~ Italian Proverb

  23. One of these days is none of these days. ~ English

  24. “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” — Mark Twain

  25. “Telling someone who procrastinates to buy a weekly planner is like telling someone with chronic depression to just cheer up.” — Joseph Ferrari

  26. “Faith in to-morrow, instead of Christ, is Satan’s nurse for man’s perdition.” Rev. Dr. Cheever

  27. “To be always intending to live a new life, but never to find time to set about it; this is as if a man should put off eating and drinking and sleeping from one day and night to another, till he is starved and destroyed.” Tillotson

  28. ‘By the streets of “By and By” one arrives at the house of “Never.”‘ Cervantes

  29. “By one delay after another they spin out their whole lives, till there’s no more future left for them.” L’Estrange

  30. “For Yesterday was once To-morrow.” Persius

  31. “Never leave that till to-morrow which you can do to-day” Franklin

  32. “Indulge in procrastination, and in time you will come to this, that because a thing ought to be done, therefore you can’t do it.” Charles Buxton

  33. Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. Don Marquis (1878 – 1937)

  34. Procrastination isn’t the problem, it’s the solution. So procrastinate now, don’t put it off. Ellen DeGeneres

  35. Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness; no laziness; no procrastination; never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. Lord Chesterfield (1694 – 1773)

  36. My evil genius Procrastination has whispered me to tarry ’til a more convenient season. Mary Todd Lincoln (1818 – 1882)

  37. Procrastination is the thief of time. Edward Young (1683 – 1765)

  38. Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. Don Marquis (1878 – 1937)

  39. Procrastination is the thief of time. Edward Young (1683 – 1765)

  40. If once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he comes to think little of robbing; and from robbing he next comes to drinking and Sabbath-breaking, and from that to incivility and procrastination. Thomas De Quincey, Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts – 1827

  41. Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness, no delay, no procrastination; never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. Earl of Chesterfield

  42. Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried. Author Unknown


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