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January 30, 2010

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Now I can understand why you turned to the high-profit world of poetry.

That's right, Terence.  Not to mention the fee I recieve from BAP for each comment made.  Keep 'em coming.  Or you can contribute directly to the O'Keefe Relief Fund.  Call 1-800-SUMMERHOMEINTHEHAMPTONS for more info on my dire state.

Excellent post. My daughters are following my footsteps into the classical music world (except they intend to actually make a living from it). Although they both know how difficult it will be, I think when someone who is already in the bidzness says something nice to them, it can be nothing but encouraging! They hear how they probably fail completely from plenty of people to begin with!

Thanks, Saul.  And give your daughters my best wishes.

Michael, the story about Clayton, a great film, is sort of heartbreaking. Damn, you deserved much more than that. Your facial expressions alone were priceless.

Thanks, Jerry.  Sadly, it's the way of the business for most actors these days.  But that's another story. 

About your dire state, i feel bad for you..i'll go ahead and send you some food before you starve! poor thing. haha

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