10 Days in
San José
by Arne Hemingway

"European men are like North American children when it comes to violence.
I wonder if they've ever really experienced it.
They'll do and say things that I, and I'm a big guy, wouldn't dream
of doing and saying unless I wanted to risk my life.
I don't where this cocky overconfidence comes from.
Have they really been that insulated all their lives?
Drop a European man into a barrio in Baltimore ...
he'll be a European dead man in 15 minutes."

10 Days in
San José
by Arne Hemingway

"European men are like North American children when it comes to violence.
I wonder if they've ever really experienced it.
They'll do and say things that I, and I'm a big guy, wouldn't dream
of doing and saying unless I wanted to risk my life.
I don't where this cocky overconfidence comes from.
Have they really been that insulated all their lives?
Drop a European man into a barrio in Baltimore ...
he'll be a European dead man in 15 minutes."

10 Days in
San José
by Arne Hemingway

"European men are like North American children when it comes to violence.
I wonder if they've ever really experienced it.
They'll do and say things that I, and I'm a big guy, wouldn't dream
of doing and saying unless I wanted to risk my life.
I don't where this cocky overconfidence comes from.
Have they really been that insulated all their lives?
Drop a European man into a barrio in Baltimore ...
he'll be a European dead man in 15 minutes."