the hurry through: "It is so vast an alleviation to be able to point for another to look at. And then not to talk."
‘Now this room seems to me central, something scooped out of the eternal night. Outside lines twist and intersect, but round us, wrapping us about. Here we are centred. Here we can be silent, or speak without raising our voices. Did you notice that and then that? we say. He said that, meaning… ….
Harpo Marx Telegram to John F. Kennedy July 14, 1960
In this telegram, comedian Harpo Marx congratulates then-Senator John F. Kennedy on receiving the Democratic Party nomination for the Presidency.
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