Writer’s Quote Wednesday, 6/17/2015.


Alright, a break from the old guys for this week. Or at least the oldest old guys. Today we go to an Irish playwright, born the 16th of October 1854. He was famous for his plays in the 1890’s, but today is more famous for “The picture of Dorian Gray.” Here it is:

“The old believe everything, the middle-aged suspect everything, and the young know everything.” –  Oscar Wilde.

This is, of course, for:


Until next time!


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