Author: Robert Byrne

A promising young man should go into politics so that he can go on promising for the rest of his life.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Byrne's Law: In any electrical circuit, appliances and wiring will burn out to protect fuses.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Winter is nature’s way of saying, “Up yours.”

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Memorial Service: Farewell party for someone who has already left.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

To err is human; to purr, feline.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Learning to dislike children at an early age saves a lot of expense and aggravation later in life.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Sex drive—a physical craving that begins in adolescence and ends at marriage.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

There are two kinds of people, those who finish what they start and so on.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Eunuch: A man who has had his works cut out for him.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Getting caught is the mother of invention.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Doing a thing well is often a waste of time.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Love will find a lay.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Until you walk a mile in another man's moccasins you can't imagine the smell.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

No one ever committed suicide while reading a good book, but many have tried while trying to write one.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Until you walk a mile in another man's moccasins you can't imagine the smell.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

Everything is in a state of flux, including the status quo.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator

In order to preserve your self-respect, it is sometimes necessary to lie and cheat.

(1930 – ) American author and billiard player, teacher & commentator
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