Ted Williams, who was the greatest hitter in baseball … spent time with me telling me the do’s and don’ts for a young kid. But his team didn’t like that.
I’m surrounded by technology… I lost the remote to my heater, so now I have to adjust it manually.
When I went to high school, that old car wouldn’t start [in the winter]. And every day I was late to high school… I hated driving up to the front of the high school, ’cause all the kids could look out and see you coming in late.
We’ve lost the human touch.
It was like [the Statue of Liberty] was saying, “Welcome home soldier, you won the war. America is still free.”
We never grew up.
“Even in high school my goal was to go around the world, which I got to do.”