"Anyone who has lived in New York is well aware of the coldness and callousness of people there. Mind your own business, don't get involved, don't make eye contact, and don't talk to strangers. Watch New Yorkers on an elevator: each person unerringly finds a spot as far away from everyone else as possible and develops a great interest in examining the ceiling."
Bernard Rollin, Putting the Horse Before Descartes
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