Jane Jacobs: The worst danger was that sometimes the gas pipes broke and then people would be asphyxiated, or else there would be an explosion.
Justin Bieber: Yeah. Oh yeah. We've been doing that since before I was famous.
Jacobs: To this day, I can’t drink pink lemonade.
Bieber: It was all in good fun.
Jacobs: Who would think that the wheel could still have so many inventions left?
Bieber: Well, I would have. I think I'm going to go to Ibiza.
Jacobs: I’m often amazed at how peaceful it is.
Bieber: When he signed me, he called all the radio stations with me and got them to believe in me.
Jacobs: About that time, the money dried up. He inveighed at great length against guidebooks and people who believed the guidebooks instead of what they were seeing. He was also a good listener.
Bieber: He kind of stalked me, basically. I always looked really young.
Jacobs: You could see that nothing else mattered to him.
Bieber: Oh, of course. He's staying with me for the next week.
Jacobs: I had quite a few misapprehensions of one sort and another, and one misapprehension I had, when I was silent for all this time—which I never was at home—was a fear that I couldn’t talk any more, that I didn’t have a voice any more.
Bieber: Thank you. It’s just very personal. It’s red.
Jacobs: Children do report what they see.
Bieber: Wow, this could actually be my life. It’s crazy.
Jacobs: People know that, but they don’t take it seriously enough.
Bieber: Yeah, because it’s basic.
Jacobs: I’ll tell you a little story.