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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:30 am
James Wolcott writes: “I don’t always say what I mean, or mean what I say …”
Well, that should save all of us the bother of ever reading him again. In other Wolcott news, the Tsunami Buddies – sworn foes of Wolcott’s rival Hurricane Rooter gang – welcome The Daily Telegraph’s Harry Mount to their club:
I got truly upset about the tsunami only when I discovered I knew someone who died in it. Until then, I’d been shocked and fascinated.
The person Mount “knew” turns out to be fashion photographer Simon Atlee, whom Mount met exactly once.