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There's no service ribbon for people who fought in Korea. We lost over 30,000 men between 1951 and 1953 - as many as we lost in 15 years in Vietnam.
The irony is of course that my career has lasted a whole lot longer than some of the people I've parodied over the years.
One thing I've learned over these last 30 or 40 years is that people make history. There's no fait accompli to any of this.
Kids have a weird honesty, especially in their reaction to things where a lot of older people who have matured have lost that.
I know how to work with people. I've worked with the same people for 10 years. I'm not that kind of auteur. I hear ideas.
The people who loved me when I was seven years old love my books, and the people who didn't like me when I was seven years old don't like my books.
I thought I was half white or something because I only know white people as Ferguson as their last name.
One isn't born one's self. One is born with a mass of expectations, a mass of other people's ideas - and you have to work through it all.
We are a people in a quandary about the present. We are a people in search of our future. We are a people in search of a national community.