Friday, January 15, 2010

Quote of the day II

East-Coasters are a rugged breed, capable of standing up to temperatures below fifty and humidity over fifty percent. West Coasters are unspeakably delicate wretches, whose tans and conceits are the surface that conceal, badly, men of straw. Midwesterners we respect as a sort of shaggy breed of East-Coaster, bred for the winter, whose pizzas are deeper than ours.

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