You just keep working on it and keep brushing it up.
Q: Flapper girls are short. Do they have to wear hats?
A: Nope. You can walk in the park in your pajamas and be seen. I also do see them at parties and bars where they aren’t allowed to wear hats—I think it’s a little weird.
Q: Have you made any big money so far?
A: Oh, yeah.
Q: How did you get it made?
A: I had a lot of help from my wife and friends. She made the pajamas and I’d knit them together while they were sleeping. It was fun.
Q: Will you be going back to work full time or does this kind of work just get done all day long?
A: I haven’t made a decision. I haven’t had a time to think about it yet. I know my schedule was full so I was working full on weekend mornings. That’s going to be very difficult with children who are getting in and out at an alarming rate right now. The schedule is just not a schedule that goes well for me right now. If an opportunity presents itself I’ll probably do it. I’m still on an open mind but I don’t know what’s going to happen there. When I did a concert a couple of years ago, it had a major financial blow for my band, but I’m also a professional and not someone who will take a day off like that. I think every show is going to involve a lot of time, so I’m definitely going to be very involved in a lot of things going forward.
In his memoir “A Time to Kill” author Nick Land tells about his meeting with former CIA officer Peter Kirsanow—who resigned from the agency after investigating the death of his friend and fellow CIA agent, Robert De Niro.
Land wrote that his meeting at the Kirsanow offices was “one of the strangest discussions that I ever had with a person.”
“There were very little words. It was a very private discussion about my life and my career and other things for which I had nothing to say,” the author recalled. “It was not an emotional conversation. But it was emotional. It was intense. It was not one of the most natural or thoughtful conversations that I had ever had.”
The author said that Kirsanow asked him if he would mind explaining what it was that
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