Thursday, May 28, 2015

Crossing The Line (If You Can Find it)

May 28, 2015
   Had a history talk last night at Cartwrights, next door. Full house, sold out. Did a slide show on "Wyatt Earp In Hollywood: The Untold Story." This time the slide presentation worked!  Sold 15 books. We all had fun.

   Got up this morning and took another pass at Luke Short before I came into the office. Unfortunately, I wandered into the Land-of-Unintended-Consequences:

Daily Whip Out: "Luke Short Pulls Iron" or "Luke Short Zips Up"

Heading for Pasadena tomorrow to do research on this guy:

  Charles Lummis, 1888

Crossing The Line
"I think it's the duty of the comedian to find out where the line is drawn and cross it deliberately."—George Carlin

"There’s a line somewhere that should never be crossed, but nobody knows where it is."
—Stephen Harrigan in his review of "Texas Rising" in Texas Monthly magazine

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