I like the idea that people in New York have to wait in line for the movies. You go by so many theatres where there are long, long lines. But nobody looks unhappy about it. It costs so much money just to live now, and if you’re on a date, you can spend your whole date time in line, and that way it saves you money because you don’t have to think of other things to do while you’re waiting and you get to know your person, and you suffer a little together, and then you’re entertained for two hours. So you’ve gotten very close, you’ve shared a complete experience. And the idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting anyway. Never getting in is the most exciting, but after that waiting to get in its the most exciting.

Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol.

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