Excerpt from The Smith Monthly, Vol. 31: October, 1922-June, 1923
The occasions are rare when the part of our interior directly beneath the sum mit is not in use. Yet consider the con fusion, the humiliation, the blushing apologies when this occupation becomes Obvious! And if there is no way to escape from the truth of an accusation of such employment, let it by no means be admitted that the deed was done for pleasure. Stern necessity, my dear, and nothing else may excuse you. Such is the status of the case at present.
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