The first step is you have to say that you can.
If I may I would like to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and give you a definition for each word.I: me, an individual, a committee of one.Pledge: dedicate all of my worldly goods to give without self-pity.Allegiance: my love and my devotion.To the Flag: our standard, Old Glory, a symbol of freedom. Wherever she waves, there is respect because your loyalty has given her a dignity that shouts freedom is everybodys job.Of the United: that means that we have all come together.States: individual communities that have united into 48 great states, 48 individual communities with pride and dignity and purpose, all divided with imaginary boundaries, yet united to a common purpose, and thats love for country.Of America. And to the Republic: a state in which sovereign power is invested in representatives chosen by the people to govern. And government is the people and its from the people to the leaders, not from the leaders to the people.For which it stands. One nation: meaning, so blessed by God.Indivisible: incapable of being divided.With liberty: which is freedom and the right of power to live ones own life without threats or fear or some sort of retaliation.And justice: The principle or quality of dealing fairly with others.For all: which means its as much your country as it is mine.
I think there have always been funny women, from Carol Burnett to Joan Rivers. When the audience sees a woman, they innately know she's worked twice as hard to get there, she's had to prove that she can be the leader, first, and then be funny on top of it. She has to emit a confidence that she's in control.
That food has always been, and will continue to be, the basis for one of our greater snobbism does not explain the fact that the attitude toward the food choice of others is becoming more and more heatedly exclusive until it may well turn into one of those forms of bigotry against which gallant little committees are constantly planning campaigns in the cause of justice and decency.
It's not that I don't want to be a beauty, that I don't yearn to be dripping with glamour. It's just that I can't see how any woman can find time to do to herself all the things that must apparently be done to make herself beautiful and, having once done them, how anyone without the strength of mind of a foreign missionary can keep up such a regime.