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|'To have news value is to have a tin can tied to one's tail.' T. E. LAWRENCE |
Scandals always involve people who ought to know better. You don't get a
scandal when the milkman goes to bed with a woman who is not his wife. No, you
have to ...
|James (Jimmy) J. Walker (1881-1946) American lawyer, mayor of New York The |
first lesson in public life is to make sure you have a strong ... Fred Allen (1894-
1957) American comic To have news value is to have a tin can tied to one's tail.
|I should have refrained from doing even the little that I did; and now I would be |
left alone and able to live as I chose. To have news value is to have a tin can tied
to one's tail. Letter, 1 April 1935, publ. in The Letters ofT.E. Lawrence (ed.
|“\\'*'lien I\vas your age, I dreamed of traveling to the Congo and converting the |
natives. My plan was to collect butterflies in between ... '“To have news value is to
have a tin can tied to one's tail,' he said. They stalked him like a prize boar when
|THOUGHTS On the Business of Life One of journalism's wittiest writers, Bob |
Gima of the New York Daily News, recently indicated that he wanted to do an
article ... —BRENDAN BEHAN To have news value is to have a tin can tied to
|In other words, raising oneself above ordinary people, one supposedly no longer |
has to care what ordinary people think; the rub, however, is that now one is
extraordinary and has to ... To have news value is to have a tin can tied to one's
|As he wrote to Sir Evelyn Wrench in his last weeks in 1935: 'to have news value |
is to have a tin can tied to one's tail'. It was an encumbrance that he generally
loathed, but did not entirely want to be rid of. As his friend Sir Ronald Storrs put it:
|I have just been dipping into a dozen books bearing on world politics, the Great |
War and its results, the menace of another, and ... remark in a letter written not
long before his death : " To have news value is to have a tin-can tied to one's tail.
|How can you accomplish anything unless people know what you are trying to do|
? - Kellems, Vivien To have news value is to have a tin can tied to one's tail. -
Lawrence, Thomas E. What kills the skunk is the publicity it gives itself. - Lincoln ...
|Seven Pillars of Wisdom provides a unique portrait of this extraordinary man and an insight into the birth of the Arab nation|