Herbert Bayer, Tortoise and Hare (ca 1962)
Herbert Bayer, "In the meantime while the tortoise came jogging on with a slow but continued pace, and the hare out of too great a security and confidence of victory overslept herself, the tortoise arrived at the end of the race first." —Aesop, 550 B.C. From the series Great Ideas of Western Man. (ca 1962)
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June 6, 2003:

He affects a veneer of affable self-depreciation. Beneath it lies a self-confidence so strong that you want to label it "steely". If he acted without the goofy gloss he'd scare the bejeebers out of three quarters of the people around him.