June 28, 2008
Show last night at the Prescott Co-op Gallery was respectable. Decent crowd, met lots of Phoenix folks who drove up for the show. Here's a smattering of comments I got from those folks and the locals:
"When I was going to law school at ASU I used to read Honkytonk Sue in New Times. Whatever happened to her?"
"When I lived in Phoenix in the mid-eighties I drove every day to John C. Lincoln Hospital and I listened to your morning radio show. It was a life line for me."
"How come the Arizona Republic runs your comments all the time and they are always off topic from everyone else?"
"Are you related to our town councilman Bob Bell?"
Sold some six books and one painting, "John Wesley Hardin In El Paso" to Van O'Steen and his wife Debbie for $500.
Stayed at Ed Mell's cabin. Came home this morning, back down into the heat.
"If you're going to tell people the truth, you better make them laugh; otherwise they'll kill you."
—George Bernard Shaw
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