I saw my parents come over. They were immigrants, they had no money. My dad wore the same pair of shoes, I had some ugly clothes growing up, and I never had any privileges. In some ways, I think the person that I am now, I think it's good that I had that kind of tough upbringing.
'Plutocracy.' It has a perfect nuance: chilly, inaccessible, icy-rich.
I love faltering. I love, in a sense, coming up short. Because you learn nothing from success. You learn so much from failing.
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