((p "You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can't choose your own adventure. -- Patricia Dyck")
 (p "If you love life, don't waste time, because time is what life is made of. -- Ben Franklin, Grid co-founder")
 (p "Between the two of us, we can do the work of one average student. -- Anonymous Brown student")
 (p "I'm not satisfied with my result, but I am satisfied with my effort. -- Anonymous Brown student")
 (p "My life is my message. -- Mahatma Gandhi")
 (p "Life is a whim of several billion cells to be you for a while. -- Groucho Marx")
 (p "One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar. -- Helen Keller")
 (p "I often quote myself.  It adds spice to my conversation. -- George Bernard Shaw")
 (p "Someone said to Voltaire, \"Life is hard.\" Voltaire replied, \"Compared to what?\"")
 (p "The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. -- Donald Rumsfeld")
 (p "Life is just a chance to grow a soul. -- A. Powell Davies")
 (p "Going shopping is not going swimming.")
 (p "To you nothing is impossible.")
 (p "It is not too late to change directions.")
 (p "Did you know that Founding Father Benjamin Franklin used The Grid?" (br)
    (a ([href "http://www.flamebright.com/PTPages/Benjamin.asp"]) "See for yourself."))
 (p "The moving cursor writes, and having written, blinks on.")
 (p "Life is what happens while you're making plans.")
 (div (p "Charlie: Well, if you were directly above him, how could you see him?")
      (p "Maverick: Because I was " (em "inverted") "."))
 (p "Life is more than unbolding.")
 (p "Tomorrow is a new day.")
 (p "What's the best thing you could be working on, and why aren't you? -- Richard Hamming")
 (p "See flowers in weeds -- Dandelions")
 (p "Life Moves Pretty Fast... if you don't stop and look around once in a while you could miss it -- Ferris Bueller")
 (p "The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ," (br)
    "Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit" (br)
    "Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line," (br)
    "Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it.")
 (p "Discipline is Wisdom and Wisdom is Discipline.")
 (p "Consider the infinite.")
 (p "No Grid user has ever died of cancer.")
 (p "The Grid Foundation cares.")
 (p (span ([style "color: blue;"]) "Live") ".")
 (p "ON the afternoon before the opening of the Group of 7 summit meeting
in 1983, James Baker, the White House chief of staff, dropped in on
Ronald Reagan to deliver a briefing book. The United States was the
host of the conference, the only one held on American soil during the
Reagan presidency; the administration had pre-emptively billed the
meeting as a triumph; and Baker, worried about his boss's lack of
preparation and aware that \"Reaganomics\" wasn't universally popular,
had taken a lot of trouble compiling the briefings, which were both
concise and comprehensive. On returning the next morning, Baker was
furious to discover that the book lay exactly where he had left it -
and confronted his boss with his failure to do his prep. Reagan's
unflustered reply: \"Well, Jim, 'The Sound of Music' was on last