>>> MY MEMOIR can be bought here: http://www.amazon.com/WALKING-ON-GLASS-TENNESSEE-ebook/dp/B0053480S2 .
And all THAT said, since STAR NEWS is so damn CHEAP they refuse to pay for the phone call, I DO believe I have the RIGHT to control what you publish since I have to pay the cost of the interview (except your time -- but MY time has value as well, so it cancels out). I just yield to you since I know you're so handsome and manly (and TALENTED!!!).
On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 12:46 PM, Maurer, Kevin wrote:
>>> EMAIL OF THANKS TO "MY BACKER":
I checked and there is NO PROBLEM with a harddrive coming through -- new or used. But I WILL tell you THIS: My drive went SERIOUSLY UN-hard when I recently found something that Kevin Maurer posted on a site called "Meyer frei fechter Guild" ( http://18.104.22.168/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=126 ), where he APPEARS to be a moderator. The site's German translates to "Meyer free-swordsmanship (fencing, I suppose) Guild".
WELL!!! We all know that fencing is what the "Christian-intimidated" fellows do to substitute playing with each others' dicks whence horny. Fencing is SUCH A GIVE-AWAY of the more deeply-closeted, but let's not dwell on that now -- and Truth-be-Told, I'm sure his name is fairly common, so no telling if it's the SAME Kevin Maurer or not. And then, as Tennessee Williams always used to say with a sigh, "Youth prefers its own . . ." ("unless you pay it enough" ~ Me).
Anyway, I completed a reply to a new email with Kevin which I'll soon blog and email.
I received the Amazon batch of four movies -- and can't WAIT to begin watching them!!! Also the white T-shirt and socks -- as well as the framed photo of "The Rev. T. Lawrence Shannon" and "Maxine Faulk", and it is TRULY glorious. Unfortunately, the glass did NOT survive the journey (despite good packing), and there was so much to-doing with camera snaps, no-touch warnings, and threatened paperwork to file an insurance claim, that I was THRILLED to see that I PREFERRED it un-glassed, and it had only the teensiest hairline (half inch) scratch to Ava Gardner's blouse -- making it look like an under-wire support of her right breast (reminding me of the lacy black under-wired bra that I found with Cindy's photo of the George W. Bush-es signed to Cindy's Jewish grandmother, "Mrs. Lawrence Rose", for her financial support, in the grass after the local scavengers had pawed through all of her and Christopher Wright Roger's things that they did NOT cart off after I kicked them out of my 8th Street apartment after they not only FREELOADED for six weeks, but ADMITTED that they were SPYING for Ben David -- and had in fact STOLEN some of my documents, which I discovered in their piles of belongings when I was packing them out of my apartment -- as well as contact info for Wilmington Police cyber-detective Larry Egerton (all this mentioned MANY times in my blog)!!!
Don't get me wrong, I'd like to return at least the Bush-signed photo to Cindy -- I'm sure it has sentimental value, and I've tried to do so before (she didn't respond to my email -- or didn't receive it), but NOW, I think she must come down here to fetch it (she could stay here for free AGAIN -- she CAN be a lot of fun), in exchange for -- I mean writers must experience EVERYTHING, and although I've done the "missionary mash", even having a bona-fide pregnancy scare the winter of 1969 - 70, but I've never licked "the kitty", and I seem to now have a strange (writerly) interest in HERS -- I'd give it back to her if she'd let me at least TRY it.
But I DO love the photo YOU sent, and have already hung it without the glass. The frame reminds me of the silly metal-wire filligree design that was a popular pattern on the whimsical duplicate bridge tallies my mother used in the late 1950s, which I was somehow so reminded of by the Henry Faulkner painting Tennessee Williams had hung over his then-massive new Color TV, and swapping the cable boxes out for THAT (so that he could receive the exciting new service called HOME BOX OFFICE), was the excuse Helen McDonald Chuba used to invite me to lunch and meet Tennessee -- since THEY were all 'technologically challenged". HA!!!
As you know, that's all in my memoir . . . (which can be bought here: http://www.amazon.com/WALKING-ON-GLASS-TENNESSEE-ebook/dp/B0053480S2 ).
Time to go -- and THANKS AGAIN!!!