• A word of advice: If you get the choice between the upper and lower bunks in a cell, choose the lower. Prisons do not turn off their lights at night, and I spent a sleepless night, without a mattress, with a five-hundred-watt bulb shining directly into my eyes.

    "The Anarchist Cookbook". Book by William Powell, "Postscript", p. 157, 1971.
Cite this Page: Citation