Sentence of the Day: Still Tony Tetro

In Rome, you’d see a brand-new red Ferrari parked in front of a two-thousand-year-old pagan temple that had been used as a Christian church in 1300, a municipal court in 1600, and by 1979, a boutique selling fine handmade clothes for the stylish women of modern Rome.

— Con/Artist: A Memoir, p. 80

NGL, this book has a certain sleazy charm, Tetro is so wide-eyed about the world and all the good things money can buy.

Stay tuned.

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