What’s the NSA Story? It’s Up to You
I have to add, I loved that “we,” too. Back in the day in Japan, the Emperor, after a particularly fulfilling meal, would lean back and proclaim, “Yo wa manzoku ja” — literally, “The world is satisfied.” Because, if the Emperor is contented, that means all must be well throughout the entire world. I’m always reminded of this species of royal neurosis when I encounter the Jonathan Chaits of the world, losing sight of where their preferences and feelings end and those of the rest of the world begin.
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