I was innocently poking around on wikiquote and I came across this tidbit:
When people talk listen completely. Most people never listen.
Which at first I thought was some accidental editing mistake. Like any good wiki user I starting gearing up to fix it, especially when I noticed it used to have a comma in the history but being the paranoid guy I am I thought I'd confirm the quote independently. And I found these:
All have no comma. Am I crazy thinking there should be a comma between talk and listen?
Far be it from me to second guess the great Hemingway but I think this is from an interview. So it could be this isn't his writing I'm questioning. It's his interviewer's.
Anyway, I'd just like to know if this is one of those subjective things that could go either way, and so should be left alone lest I start an edit war, or if this is objectively wrong and should be changed.