A good book is always on tap; it may be decanted and drunk a hundred times, and it is still there for further imbibement.
No man is ever old enough to know better.
Much of the wisdom of one age, is the folly of the next.- Charles Simmons
Middle age is when your age starts to show around your middle.- Bob Hope
Aging seems to be the only available way to live a long life.- Daniel Auber
Jazz is the folk music of the machine age.- Paul Whiteman
Old age is just a record of one's whole life.- Muhammad Ali
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|Profession:||Journalist, Publisher, Writer|
George Holbrook Jackson was born in Liverpool, England. He was a British journalist, writer and publisher. Around 1900 he was in the lace trade in Leeds, where he met A. R. Orage; together they founded the Leeds Arts Club. In 1907, Jackson and Orage bought The New Age, a struggling Christian Socialist weekly magazine, with finance from Lewis Wallace and George Bernard Shaw. From 1911 Jackson had an editorial position on T. P. O'Connor's T.P.'s Weekly, a newspaper with a strong literary emphasis. He took over as editor from Wilfred Whitten in 1914. Later he bought the publication, and converted it into his own literary magazine, To-Day, which was published 1917 to 1923, when it merged with Life and Letters. He wrote several books include: Bernard Shaw, Platitudes in the making, All Manner of Folk, The Eighteen Nineties, The anatomy of bibliomania, The fear of books, Bookman's Pleasure, and The reading of books.
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