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A bad liver is to a Frenchman what a nervous breakdown is to an American. Everyone has had one and everyone wants to talk about it.
New York Herald Tribune 16 January The powder is mixed with water and tastes exactly like powder mixed with water. Every time you think television has hit its lowest ebb, a new Have I Ever Lied to You? They'll accept the fact that a person can be an alcoholic, a dope fiend, a Art buchwald beater and even a newspaperman, but if a man doesn't drive, there's something wrong with him.
You can't make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you're doing is recording it. Just when you think there's nothing to write about, Nixon says, "I am not a crook. If you attack the establishment long enough and hard enough, they will make you a member of it.
International Herald Tribune 24 May People ask what I am really trying to do with humor. The answer is, "I'm getting even.
Don't commit suicide, because you might change your mind two weeks later.
A humorous personal mantra he used to combat his states of depression, published in Too Soon to Say Goodbye Leaving Home Whether it's the best of times or the worst of times, it's the only time we've got.
I just don't want to die the same day Castro dies. Quotes about Buchwald[ edit ] The American arrives in Paris with a few French phrases he has culled from a conversational guide or picked up from a friend who owns a beret.
The bad boy tweaking the nose of the Establishment [with] the countenance of a Jewish leprechaun. Dugganin Washingtonian January What Art had was the gift of laughter — that's a rarity today.
He could take simple ordinary things and make you laugh. God knows all of us need that. I've been with him in all kinds of situations, good and bad, triumph and tragedy but Art always was able to see a little wisp of humor in everything.
Jack ValentiAssociated Press report 18 January Art was the Mark Twain of our time. For decades there was no better way to start the day than to open the morning paper to Art's column, laugh out loud and learn all over again to take the issues seriously in the world of politics, but not take yourself too seriously.
The special art of Art Buchwald was to make even the worst of times better.Editor's Note: Art Buchwald asked that this column be distributed following his death.
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Art Buchwald's career can be divided into two parts, both of them brilliant. In the first part, he was based in Paris, writing for the European edition of the New York Herald Tribune. From to , Buchwald played a Charlie Chaplin character in print, covering the continent and tweaking the International Set in his inimitable way.5/5(1).