Saturday, May 24, 2014


"New Yorkers are modest. It is a distinction for a child in New York to be the brightest on one block; he acquires no exaggerated idea of his own relative intelligence. Prairie geniuses are raced in cheap company when young. They are  intoxicated by the feel of being boy wonders in Amarillo, and when they bounce off New York's skin as adults they resent it."
A.J. Liebling, The Best of A.J. Liebling


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