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PJO~RPJ O'Rourke (humorist)
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BIRTHDAYS: PJ O'Rourke, writer, 70; The Prince of Wales, 69; Bernard Hinault, cyclist - five-time winner of the Tour de France, 63; Letitia Dean, actress, 50; Adam Gilchrist, former cricketer, 46; Faye Tozer, former Steps singer, 42; Russell Tovey, actor, 36.
When I was at school, I wanted to be the bad boy" Eton-educated Prince Harry, addressing inmates at a reform centre in Cape Town "Christmas begins about the first of December with an office party, and ends when you finally realise what you spent around April next year"Writer PJ O'Rourke "I can be confident in front of a camera talking to millions.
NOTHING handles better than a rented car," gonzo journalist PJ O'Rourke once famously declared.
The writer PJ O'Rourke described the Aussies as "roughnecks", whose national sport is breaking furniture.
He joked: "As my friend [American writer] PJ O'Rourke once told me, 'You're going to have to soft-pedal this death's door stuff, Clive, because people are going to get impatient'.
Meanwhile American satirist PJ O'Rourke will talk about his generation on May 26.
Giving money and power to the government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys," quipped PJ O'Rourke.
BIRTHDAYS: PJ O'Rourke, writer, 64; The Prince of Wales, 63; Bernard Hinault, cyclist - five-time winner of the Tour de France, 57; Letitia Dean, actress (pictured), 44; Adam Gilchrist, cricketer, 40.
Another American critic, PJ O'Rourke, wrote that litter was also a by-product of the consumer society.
Published in hardback as part of Atlantic Books' The Books That Shook the World series, this take on Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations by the American humourist PJ O'Rourke made it into the New York Times bestseller list last year.
Peace Kills by PJ O'Rourke (Picador paperback, pounds 7.
The fiscal value and active management of knowledge that comes with VC has only really entered the business lexicon relatively recently but, as the American commentator PJ O'Rourke so succinctly put it, "age and experience beats youth and a bad haircut" (please, no comments about my hair