3 pieces of wisdom, one muddled conclusion

by | Monday, June 15, 2009

Just came up with this in response to something Leigh had said on Facebook… thought it ought to be saved for the future:

Great fools think that birds of a feather seldom differ together!

I wonder what it means? Can you identify the three nuggets of wisdom that went into this concoction?

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