Unfortunately, that shirt doesn't hold true anymore, but that's what we have the Internet for.
I'm a native Brooklynite who secretly wishes his home borough was still spelled Breuckelen. Now I live in the Upper West Side while masquerading as a mature and responsible adult.
Marketing reps for NPR, PBS, and Lincoln Center have told me that my mere existence messes up their demographic trends. I fervently believe that penguins should carry martini glasses with them at all times to make them seem even classier. My library is made up far too little fiction and far too many historical items. World War Two era espionage cannot have enough books written on it. I think permits to cary concealed Nerf weapons could be one of the best bad ideas ever, especially on the subway.
"But alone is alone, not alive"
I recently purchased a complete first edition of Winston Churchill's "The Second World War." Immediately after purchase, I spent a good 15 min just staring at them and enjoying the old book smell. I may or may not have a problem.
Whether or not I plan to read them, I still don't know, but damned if they don't look good on my shelf.