04-10-2005, 12:40 AM
Join Date: Feb 2004
Interesting snippet from the AP:
The rest of the story....
NEW YORK (AP) - Even though he's now a rich musician, Moby is still affected by the poverty of his youth.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Moby says he and his mother grew up on welfare in a tony section of Connecticut.
``I was the only poor person I'd ever met, and it has kind of given me this lifelong feeling that I'm a second-class citizen, because in my formative years I was a second-class citizen,'' he told the AP.
The ones I pity are the ones who never stick out their neck for something they believe, never know the taste of moral struggle, and never have the thrill of victory. - Jonathan Kozol