Having life too easy dissipates more promise in America than having it too hard.
You cannot have a contemporary prison without contemporary furniture.
Hair length strongly correlates with silliness in women over 40.
Mediocrities persist in treating geniuses as different. In fact they are only better, which is far more insulting.
Americans abhor idleness. This is their greatest virtue, and their greatest vice.
The cultural norm always precedes the psychological theory that is eventually invoked to justify it.
Nothing is too serious to look trivial on television.
The most attractive characteristic of the city dweller is his incuriosity about the neighbors.
How quickly we recover from being stunned into silence.
You can be sure that everyone has heard the news when you are told to keep it to yourself.
A decadent civilization makes lists.