"Most of the men I've spoken to so far attribute their success to hard work," the interviewer observed. "I guess that applies to me, too," Darrow replied. "I was brought up on a farm. One very hot day I was distributing and packing down the hay which a stacker was constantly dumping on top of me. By noon I was completely exhausted. That afternoon I left the farm, never to return, and I haven't done a day of hard work since."