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"I lost my job in March of 1987, and by the end of the next year, I had multiple arrests, and I was in long-term treatment at Eden House. In the recollection and the telling, I had always thought I washed out of journalism for many years, but it was more like a single year, counting the time I spent in the booby hatch, and even in there, I wrote stories. Regardless of what happened to me, I rarely stopped typing. Perhaps I was worried I would disappear altogether if I did."

--David Carr, "The Night of the Gun," pg. 139


Posted at 01:03 PM on Sun. Dec 28, 2008 in category Quote of the Day  
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