Tuesday, May 11, 2004



Gore Vidal, At Home: Essays 1982-1988 (New York: Random House, 1990), p. 51, on Tennessee Williams:
Years later, when confronted with the fact that he had been born in 1911 not 1914, he said, serenely, "I do not choose to count as part of my life the three years that I spent working for a shoe company."
Nowadays you would be hard-pressed to find a shoe company within the United States that has not outsourced most of its jobs.

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