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Judy Markey

  • It is frequently said that children do not know the value of money. This is only partially true. They do not know the value of your money. Their money, they know the value of.

  • ... when you go to a plastic surgeon, you aren't just paying for the improvement, you are paying for the illusion that you needed no improving in the first place. So if somebody asks you if you had something done, then you only got half of your money's worth.

  • Hickeys are like PG-13 movies. You think they're pretty hot stuff after being limited to G and PG, but you never bother with them once you're seriously into R.

  • Compromise is something people write about. It does not work well in real life.

  • It is very bizarre to watch total strangers stand up and tell a TV camera things that are almost too personal to hear from your best friend.

Judy Markey, U.S. writer, columnist, radio host