“There is a Moneyball approach to picking March Madness–one that gives you the highest probability of winning–but it is so boring no one will use it.” B.J. Fischer‘s boring strategy.
“The news about the Sun Tzu theme park did get me to worrying, though. We hear every day about how we are losing to the Chinese. Could this be one more example? Could we be missing out on another new trend: literary theme parks?” B.J. Fischer makes a bold proposal.
“You say you are too busy to do something great, but if Bettie Page showed up with twenty feet of rope and two hours to kill, you’d have time for that, right?” There’s someone B.J. Fischer would like you to meet.
“When holding (literally) something very good in my hands, I resisted the urge to discard it for something newer just because it was available. This is not how people in consumer societies typically operate.” B.J. Fischer loved that coffee mug.
“In many ways, it is as difficult to describe the brilliance of Caro’s work as it is to describe Starry Night. Caro is an incredible researcher, but research does not fuel these books. Caro’s true genius is as a storyteller.” B.J. Fischer is looking forward to Passage to Power.