“A native of the United States clings to this world’s goods as if he were certain never to die; and he is so hasty in grasping at all within his reach that one would suppose he was constantly afraid of not living long enough to enjoy them. He clutches everything, he holds nothing fast, but soon loosens his grasp to pursue fresh gratifications.”
— Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (1840)
Art by Howard K. Elcock
Art by Derek Charles Eyles
Art by Charles Edmund Brock
These would have taken my money every time.