“What would you consider your greatest achievement until now?”
“My music.”
“What music do you play?”
“I sing. I’m a social-science singer-songwriter considering the anthroposophical endeavorments. “
“What does that mean?”
“Anthroposophic means we are the laws and rules of the universe. We are one. Look it up in the dictionary. A-N-T-H-R-O-P-O-S-O-P-H-I-C.”
Seen in downtown Wilton Manors.
“What is your greatest struggle currently?”
“Well, I just went through a divorce. I moved down here to be with my friends and family.”
“What’s your favorite part about being here?”
“Oh, I love the people. They’re all so happy and kind.”
“I towed two hippies that looked and smelled like they hadn’t showered in a year, and one of them had a pet cat and a dog, and they couldn’t come in my car, and I had to tow them 200 miles. That stunk.”

“Do you remember the most difficult moment of your life?”
“When my two parents got divorced, neither of them wanted custody of me. So they had a custody battle, like reverse custody, not fighting to get me, but fighting not to get me. That was when I hit bottom.”

“Can you give an example of a time you helped someone out?”
“Somebody was on the bus, her and her kids. They couldn’t get on the bus and it was raining so I came out of my wallet and gave her some money so she could get on the bus.”
“Was there a time when you needed help and somebody helped you out?”
“One time I was walking in the rain and somebody stopped and gave me a ride. I had to get to work, and I got there right on time.”
“We’re not together, by the way.”
“My sister died last year. She died from a car accident. That was the saddest moment of my life.”
“How did you recover from that?”
“I don’t think I’ve recovered yet. It’s just one day at a time to recover from that.”
“Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?”
“I’d say it was pretty recent with my 40th birthday.”
“And why was that the happiest moment of your life?”
“I was surrounded by 18 very close friends who really care for me.”
“So what really made your birthday so special for you?”
“It would have to be the moment they all surprised me and said ‘happy birthday.’”
“So it was a surprise party?”
“Yes.”
“And have you ever had a surprise party before?”
“No. Because I really don’t like them at all, but this one worked out.”
“Why?”
“Just the group of people and everything that happened.”
“If you could give a large group of people one word of advice what would it be?”
“Take care of your teeth.”