"Writing is a skill, not a talent, and thus one's ability as a writer can be improved by thoughtful effort. The problem with some people is that they graduate college as good writers, experience early success on account of that, and thus never devote themselves diligently to the relentless quest for improvement that could make them great writers."
"How dare someone pose such a tough question! How dare someone ask him to consider if he might have done something wrong. Barney's used to getting softball questions from an adoring media. Tough questions mean someone is accusing him. They're part of some nefarious right-wing plot!"
#94: Sinatra and Basie swing a classic
It's "Pennies From Heaven" written in 1936 by Johnny Burke (words) and Arthur Johnston (music). This version was arranged by Neal Hefti and recorded by Frank...