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Random Reflections
The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Author: By Katharine Brush
Date: May 19, 1940
Start Page: S6
Pages: 1
Section: SOCIETY

There's no use talking, it's a world in which the people who don't need vacations get them, and the rest of us have to wait till a nervous breakdown sends us away . . . Most office desks are built so that they give you claustrophobia of the knees . . . The ladies love their wedge-soled shoes, out the gentlemen call them clod-hoppers . . . My impression is that if all the anecdotes that are told about taxi drivers at New York dinner parties were laid end to end, they might make one good one . . .

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