From The Conscience of Kansas, Paul A. Ibbetson’s great radio show. Zack’s is the last interview on this link, approximately the final third of the broadcast.
Way to go Zack!
I just listened to the interview. It was excellent! Great exposure for Diversity Lane.
I look forward to buying your publication.
I can relate to your comment regarding your liberal neighbors … for some reason it seems that most of them prefer to hang out (socialize) with “like-mindless” company … in that area, diversity is not welcome. 😉
BTW, I wonder if Donna was the caller right before your interview … (wink, wink) 😉
I also enjoyed the Adams Family music, although Gerhard’s Symphony No.4 suits Diversity Lane perfectly!
I wish y’all a Happy 4th of July!
“There are those who work all day. Those who dream all day. And those who spend an hour dreaming before setting to work to fulfill those dreams. Go into the third category because there’s virtually no competition.” – Steven J Ross
Oh man Melek! You blew my cover for me! I was hoping no one picked up on that…how am I supposed to stalk Zack now? LOL!! =oP
Seriously, it was a great interview…I think Zack did an excellent job, and I look forward to the traffic it will certainly bring to the site.
Ditto on the Independence Day well-wishes! I’m ever so curious what the Lanes will be doing that day!
Zack – GREAT interview-!! After hearing about your inspiration from the Adams Family, I immediately thought of that hinged lid opening, and “Thing’ hands Sierra a ‘joint’…
Gomez & Mortica are very heterosexual & romantically attached…, but, the weird factor is certainly in common-!
(Sorry – I am an engineer…I instinctively scan the basic’s & facts at hand)…something too painful for liberals (aka- progressives), to do-!!
I suppose the time that interview took from your schedule displaced your efforts elsewhere… I really look forward to the upcoming book you mentioned.
Be well – and keep up the great work-!!
Melek: Thanks for the great feedback. I’m trying to see the positive in our neighbors’ refusual to acknowledge our existence… one less person to have to lend my tools to… One less kid to dole out candy to on Halloween… You have to look for the up side of these things.
Thanks Donna: unfortunately “the Lanes” were being extremely lazy this 4th, hanging out with friends and a beer or two, so not much got drawn. Only a temporary phase, of course.
David: That’s a beter comeback to Donna’s than mine– I should just let you handle my feedback for me. (Glad to have you back.)
Thanks Steve, and love the Thing reference. No doubt about it, Sierra would take a joint from any hand proffering it, even a disembodied one. Stay tuned, lots of cartoons on the back burner now that my working vacation is over.
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