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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Journal of TorgoX (1933)

Thursday October 10, 2002
04:19 PM

First Among Equals

[ #8307 ]
Dear Log,

«The crux of it all is this - neither man thinks he belongs in prison, because neither appears to understand what prison is for. They think prison is for the rougher reaches of the working class; they think it's a place for people who lived in that kind of scum-hole anyway; that it's the workhouse of the 21st century, for people who fall below a sensible income.»

--"First among equals: All that Jeffrey Archer's grindingly tedious diaries tell us is that he has yet to learn he belongs in prison"

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  • I took business studies at 'A' level (age 16-18 for non brits) and our school was sponsored to go to a small business conference where Jeffrey Archer spoke. He's one of the most interested and entertaining public speakers I've heard.

    This probably stems from the fact that he has a tenuous grip on the truth...

  • When I started reading the quote I thought for a second it was about a couple of Worldcom/Enron executives.