A pound of sliced turkey and Nietzsche is just the start!
even in vermont i had female customers rave about this guy's boldness stamina magnetism
im NOT a male stripper just a carpenter lol
anyways what a fine interview this is filled with detail that makes great journalism amd offers insight into this legend's
motivation as,well as vulnerability
i was curious how many hours a day he works and what is the set-list and where and what Kind of underwear.....
"If you don't run in the morning on an empty stomach you're a p-ssy" hahahaha he sounds like a riot!
The free parking barter really tugged at my (current status) suburban lifestyle.
Another awesome post. Almost through the backlog.
RE: PET SONGS – Your sister has a remarkably good attitude and patience. Very few people use lapdog & JRT in the same sentence.
RE: PA TOWN NAMES – Your guest writer is great b/c he avoided the low-hanging fruit and did not mention the town quite near Lancaster PA in Amish Country. He kept it classy!
RE : NAKED COWBOY – now I know what a busker is. The Naked Cowboy routine is interesting but what the heck is going on from 01:00 AM to 06:00 AM ??? That part is mysterious to me when the focus is a routine but waking up five hours early seems crazy! Quite a routine and it works for him. Pass the turkey. Great.
Beautiful ! A few thoughts: Pet Songs = Top quality stuff. Naked Cowboy = not technically naked? Pound of turkey = No bread, just straight Turkey?
Yes, it was surreal, dreamlike. And I agree, there was something positively comforting about NC being out there strumming. Interesting memory for me, that day, and I was happy to share it here at CAFE ANNE. Great logo, by the way.
The man is a rock. We met at Time's Square at the height of the lockdown. It was me, him, and maybe half a dozen people with the crossroad of the world all to ourselves. Smart, driven, highly entertaining and a NYC gemstone.
Hope is very real.
This made my day. Thank you, Anne.
Amazing. Thanks for that!