So I may not be the wisest person, but on this great Web, I can pretend to be.

Note: Some of these are more serious than others. I'll let you decide which ones are which.

One stupid cliché deserves another:

There is no “us” in “team.”

On achievements:

Always be satisfied by your work; always strive to do better.

On travel:

A journey of a thousand miles ...
begins with a trip to the washroom.

On software quality:

It compiles: it must be correct!

Who needs genius?

There's a fine line between insanity and just plain nuts.

On faith:

Don't limit what God can do by thinking that he can't.

Only a crazy person would love me:

Words cannot express how much you mean to me...
so I'm not even going to bother trying.

What's wrong with them?

If life gives you lemons...
eat them.

On leadership:

Leadership books are a waste of time. What we need are servanthood books.

On cooking:

It takes talent to ruin pasta. And when it comes to cooking, I don't have talent.

On doing good:

Never turn down an opportunity to do good.

On biking accidents:

You only die once. So you might as well have fun doing it.

On debates:

The loser of a debate is the real winner. The one who is proved to be wrong gains knowledge, while the one who is proved to be right learns nothing.

On Christianity:

There is only one prerequisite to becomming a Christian: you must be a sinner.