The critical moment in the development of the young shepherd’s reputation is his first quarrel. Quarrels are necessarily public. They may occur in the coffee shop, the village square, or most frequently on a grazing boundary where a curse or a stone aimed at one of his straying sheep by another shepherd is an insult which inevitably requires a violent response.
— J.K. Campbell on the herding culture in Greece
Harlem has actually changed, like, you guys, you can go. There are white people in Harlem, and you can tell, ‘cause we got, like, three Starbucks, salad — white people bring salad, that’s nice. The first time I saw a ripe tomato, I was like, ‘Oooh, they coming.’
— Marina Franklin