Some wisdom was handed down to us via the Twitterstorm today, or, more specifically, from @beauty_jackson, with a little help form J.K. Rowling.
The narrowest house in the world was built by a Polish architect and named after Israeli writer Etgar Keret. Few eponyms have been more apropos. Etgar means challenge while Keret means urban. What greater urban challenge than living in a place where, if you want to open the fridge, you have to stand in another room?
George Bernard Shaw bravely critiqued the very people he might have hoped to please. One cannot imagine Augustin Daly having kind thoughts, especially after Shaw said that his casting decisions "ought not to be interpreted according to the dictates of common sense."
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