Quote of the Day, Arthur Schopenhauer

Obscurity and vagueness of expression is always and everywhere a very bad sign:  for in 99 cases out of 100, it derives from vagueness of thought, which in turn comes from an original incongruity in the thought itself, and thus from its falsity.

Arthur Schopenhauer, “On Books and Writing”

from Essays and Aphorisms

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Arnold Snyder is a professional gambler and ordained minister who lives in the Nevada hills west of Las Vegas. He prefers the company of his five dogs to most humans. He's been writing professionally since 1973, primarily about games and gambling. In 2002, he was inducted into the Blackjack Hall of Fame.

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