- Jonathan Glancey – My tower is bigger than yours
‘Hey, look, everyone, my tower’s 500 feet tall. That’s nothing, sonny boy; mine’s 1,000. A thousand? Get serious, kiddo, I’ve got a 1,500-foot tower in my pocket. Know what I mean?’
- The New Yorker – critique of no.1 bestseller ‘Eats, Shoots and Leaves’
‘An Englishwoman lecturing Americans on semicolons is a little like an American lecturing the French on sauces.’ – thanks Joel !
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