Follow up story on William’s wild water ride.

I did an interview with the Seattle Times reporter who did the original story on William’s adventure. And here it is…


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6 Comments on “Follow up story on William’s wild water ride.”

  1. BuggyReality says:

    Wow, this just makes me admire your writing even more.

  2. It's not a man purse it's a satchel says:

    no comments in a month?! what’s wrong with you people?!

  3. Helen says:

    The next journey is coming up! Check the news about the new trilogy.

  4. Paula says:

    Yay! Great news! Sure, I’m down with discounts for atistrs. The thing about this structure is that you show them your 501c3 or registration in your country, they give you the rate, no arbitration on LL’s part required. Since every resident in SL could “claim” to be an artist, LL would be in the position of becoming an arbiter of who qualifies as a “real” artist. A position I’m sure neither they nor we really want them in.What if you have an MFA degree? What if you’re represented by a gallery? What if your work subverts the gallery system? What if you have some number of museum exhibitions? It’s all very messy and judgement call based, vs the clean of “501c3, yes/no?”Of course, there could be a artist’s collective that had non-profit status and sold land to atistrs…

  5. team insurance High Springs FL quotes says:

    Great insight. Relieved I’m on the same side as you.

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