An epigram of sayings.
"Three blind men sat at a kitchen table is far better than one deaf man with a map".
"The true meaning of what you say will only have meaning to those who understand what you mean"
"Actions may well speak louder than words but what difference will it make if your hearing aid doesn't work"
"He who laughs last does not necessarily laugh longer, especially if he does not find it funny"
"A paradox a day keeps the time travelers away"
"An apple a day may well keep the doctor away, but what if you are poorly"
"He who lies because he can't help it, can't help it if he lies"
"He who suffers from Alzheimers disease will always be known as an Alzhiemer sufferer, and he who does not suffer from Alzhiemers will be known as a person who does'nt. Unless of course he has forgotten about it"