Heard on NPR on the day after Election Day:
The interviewer was talking to a group of young black men standing on a street corner in the south side of Chicago, talking about the election of Barack Obama the day before.
Interviewer: So what does the election of Barack Obama mean to you?
Young black man: It means that anybody can do anything if they try hard enough, that anything is possible. (His friends are laughing and cutting up in the background.)
Interviewer: Does it change anything for you personally?
Young black man: (pause) Yeah, it makes me want to pull up my pants! Yeah, makes me want to wear a belt, maybe!