Most people, it seems, think that Robinson Crusoe, when he landed on his Island, had nothing to keep him from starvation or anything else. As a matter of fact, he had twelve raft loads of supplies that he took off the wrecked ship. He had as much food and furniture as if he had had a delicatessen store and Fifth Avenue outside his hut.
WILL CUPPY, "Living from Can to Mouth", Brooklyn Eagle Magazine, November 24, 1929
Some people lose all respect for the lion unless he devours them instantly. There is no pleasing some people.