- Sep 28, 2004
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You crack me up. I had trouble too. Maybe we need to thank him for the knot.I couldn't figure out what this post meant until I realized that you inadvertently omitted the caption: "Under arrest by the Style Police ..."
So ya wanna step outside? Any time, mah man, any time. But first, you need to hear my perspective. I respect your writing greatly. Concise, educated, and enjoyable to read. Only problem is your name and your avatar - I have to cover the left side of the screen to read you. And this is why: (Oh, no, Kabbaz is gonna to wax on interminably ...) My 'new client' literature states, "I can create originals (my preference), copy from your old favorites, or work with photos and clippings". Let me emphasize: "I can create originals (my preference)". In the hierarchy of career long requests I have received, by far and away the #1 (about 3000 times) is that damn HRH DOW collar. To the point where my standard answer is, "Duke? Duke who?". And what, you are probably wondering, is the all-time #2 request? You guessed it: "Can you make me the shirts you made for Michael Douglas in Wall Street? Just how many times do you think one man can turn his entire brain 90Â° without becoming permanently skewed? The answer is: "Fewer than the 2-3,000 times I've had to accomodate that request. Now I've never been sure if your membername refers to that, but it's darn close enough for me. And that avatar??? For sure it is either left hand over the screen or blood pressure a'rising. Besides, you gotta admit, the caption was kinda cute.Mr. Kabbaz, you know I respect you greatly but those are fighting words.
I said I didn't enjoy doing it. I didn't say I was going to put myself out of business. You can send your deposit check to: Cash, 403 Abrahams Path Box 594, Amagansett, NY 11930 or remit via PayPal.Sign me up.
Ha ha, alright, I'll grant you it was slightly humorousBesides, you gotta admit, the caption was kinda cute.
Mr. Kabbaz, you know I respect you greatly but those are fighting words.gorgekko
Didn't work on the film. Worked on the man. He was dignified, courteous, respectful, very interested in the process, and willing to devote the necessary time to get it right. Kabbaz mantra: Never work on films. (The only "credit" I wish is the one my bank records when I make a deposit.) Never work for 7th Avenue. (Last time cost me 300 large - Thanks A.J.) Avoid celebs at all cost. (Except the 6.5 of them who actually pay their bills.)Any chance you could share with us your experience in working on that film?