Say up the screwing.

You can beat a dead horse to water but you can’t make it drown.

We’ll burn that bridge when we come to it.

A bird on the hand is worth a hand in the bush.

Never count your eggs before they hatch.

You can lead a horse to drink but you can’t make it water.

Five Russians, three opinions.

The right hand doesn’t know what the right is doing.

A penny saved is 1/(1-t) pennies earned, where t is your marginal rate of income tax.

With apologies to the Wealthy Barber.

An old thread of mine that’s somewhat relevant.

You’ve got some good shoulders on your head. Use them!

Six of one, a dozen of the other.

(or as a friend of mine used to say with a fake Latin accent: “Seex of Juan, seven of Armando!”)

You’re barking up a dead horse.

You can lead a horticulture, but you can’t make her think.

A fool and his money are soon partying.

Necessity is the mother of strange bedfellows.

That’s the way the cookie bounces.

Yogi Berra once said, “90% of this game is half mental.”

He also said “I really didn’t say all those things I said”. Unless that was one of them.

The early bird in the hand is worth getting two worms in the bush.

Let he who is without moss cast the rolling stone.

It’s not rocket surgery.

Let those who live in glass houses cast the first stone.

It’s not the heat; it’s the humility.

Oh, I don’t know if I’m pulling cats or herding teeth.