Monday, February 11, 2008
Between States, Hard Feelings Over a Rock’s Place
When a man removed an eight-ton rock from the Ohio River, those on the opposite bank objected. This may not be foreign correspondence in the traditional sense, but it is a great reader. - MT
An eight-ton rock rested for generations at the bottom of the Ohio River, minding its own business as time and currents passed. It favored neither Ohio to the north nor Kentucky to the south. It just — was
Alfred Hitchcock's "Foreign Correspondent"