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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Thin-Skinned Journalists

Photographers don't like to be photographed. Surgeons require nearly twice the amount of anesthesia ordinary patients require to undergo surgery. Journalists are the least receptive to professional scrutiny by their colleagues. They react, sometimes unconsciously, sometimes with the utmost deliberation, to avenge themselves.

Renita Adler, Gone, The Last Days of the New Yorker, 1999

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