If Woody Allen were a Muslim, he'd be dead by now.
Most American writers don't get asked their opinion on current affairs, whereas in Europe and England, we still do. There are writers here who are the most sophisticated commentators, but they're not asked. Like Don DeLillo, who sort of forecast most of the modern world before it happened.
The thing I really like about Twitter is the speed with which information reaches me. You find out things from Twitter long before they're on the news. That, I think, is valuable.
The world is full of things that upset people. But most of us deal with it and move on and don't try and burn the planet down.
Kenneth C. Griffin