All Things Considered
Their chief vice is that so many of them are very serious; because I had no time to make them flippant. It is so easy to be solemn; it is so hard to be frivolous. Let any honest reader shut his eyes for a few moments; and approaching the secret tribunal of his soul; ask himself whether he would really rather be asked in the next two hours to write the front page of the Times; which is full of long leading articles; or the front page of Tit-Bits; which is full of short jokes. If the reader is the fine conscientious fellow I take him for; he will at once reply that he would rather on the spur of the moment write ten Times articles than one Tit-Bits joke.
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