Quotation by Nunnally Johnson

I don't give a hoot in a hollow if there's oranges and grapes a-crowdin' us out of bed, I ain't goin' to California! This is my country and I belong here. This is my dirt. It's no good, but it's mine.
Nunnally Johnson (1897–1977), U.S. screenwriter. Grampa (Charlie Grapewin), The Grapes of Wrath, as the Joad family is preparing to leave for California (1940).
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