Great Minds Think Alike. Really?


Great Minds

Great Minds think alike.

Einstein was not much good at math.

Edison couldn’t punctuate.

Fortunately for the rest of us, great minds rarely think alike.

Great minds think while small minds twiddle their thumbs.
In Fact,

Einstein was an accomplished mathematician before reaching high school.

Edison chose not to punctuate; ideas to him were like drops of rain on their way to the sea. Rather than open an umbrella he insisted on exposing himself to as many drops of rain as possible.

And, I just noticed that I can twiddle my thumbs while typing. That’s because I only use two fingers to tap away on the keyboard.

Thirty five words per minute. How great is that?

Careful editing reduces that rate to thirty-five words per hour.

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