“Jimmy Fallon asked me a question on his show one night: "Have you ever apologized? Ever, in your whole life?" I told him that I think apologizing is a great thing—but you have to have been wrong. Then I promised, "I will apologize in the distant future if I am ever wrong." The audience laughed, as they should have. If you want to know if I've ever been wrong, the best thing to do would be to ask my kids. They'll tell you the  truth about that.”

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