The ’60s are gone, dope will never be as cheap, sex never as free, and the rock and roll never as great.
Of all ills that one endures, hope is a cheap and universal cure.
The life of men and women is so cheap and property is so sacred. There are so many of us for one job it matters little if 146 of us are burned to death.
The house of delusions is cheap to build but drafty to live in.
Those who invest in South Africa should not think they are doing us a favor; they are here for what they get out of our cheap and abundant labor, and they should know that they are buttressing one of the most vicious systems.
War, famine, poverty and oppression of the workers will continue while woman makes life cheap. They will cease only when she limits her reproductivity and human life is no longer a thing to be wasted.
Cheap meat is the problem. The answer is to replace meat recipes with vegan meals.
Where quality is the thing sought after, the thing of supreme quality is cheap, whatever the price one has to pay for it.
On sensitive issues, talk isn’t cheap – it takes real courage to pry open topics nailed shut.
The British have turned their sense of humour into a national virtue. It is odd, because through much of history, humour has been considered cheap, and laughter something for the lower orders. But British aristocrats didn’t care a damn about what people thought of them, so they made humour acceptable.