“When my correspondents reproach me for tardiness, I can only say that I give as much atten­tion to a letter as I do to anything I write, and I work at least six and sometimes sixteen hours a day.”
~ William S. Burroughs

(via Brain Pickings)

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  1. Strict punctuality is perhaps the cheapest virtue which can give force to an otherwise utterly insignificant character. ~ John F. Boyes

  2. I prefer Burroughs’ quote to Boyes’.