Quoted: Christopher Hitchens on life in the "land of the sick"
"The humor is a touch feeble and repetitive, there seems to be almost no talk of sex, and the cuisine is the worst of any destination I have ever visited."
-- Christopher HItchens, in the new Vanity Fair, on his stay in "the land of the sick." He writes that his cancer, diagnosed in June, has spread from the esophagus to his lung and lymph node. During chemotherapy, he's lost 14 pounds and much of his hair. His father died of the same illness.
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August 4, 2010; 2:54 PM ET
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