I guess I buy that Stan has read “Ozymandias”—it’s widely anthologized, and I could see him having enrolled in a Romantic poetry lecture at NYU in the hopes that it’d help him meet girls. But if next week finds him peering out his office window and marveling at “the secret ministry of frost” the early winter has layered over Manhattan, well, I’m calling bullshit.
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