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I’m now unemployed. It’s a weird feeling with no work, but at least there’s still golf. Standup comedy is like my core, it’s what I do. But I want to be a pro golfer. It’s a love/hate relationship with golf. I can come away feeling so serene, and yet, it’s the thing that I can let get to me to throw a club and say curses that don’t even exist. I’m obsessed with something that won’t let me master it. I don’t know. I need therapy.
I already love the idea that Barry has a colleague. It seems like a love/hate thing between my character and his already. They work together, so they clearly have some tolerance for each other, but they’re just ruffling each other up the wrong way, constantly. I don’t know whether that will lead to him being suspicious of Barry’s identity or whether he’ll have some clash with The Flash.
I remember quotes in the paper, ‘Here comes the man that New York loves to hate.’ Man? None of you have probably ever eaten steak with me or rice and beans with me to understand what the man is about. You might say the player, the competitor, but the man? You guys have abused my name. You guys have said so many things, have written so many things.
I have a love-hate relationship with New Orleans, which is the strongest sort of relationship. I’ve had some extraordinary, beautiful, poetic experiences in this city and I’ve had some terrible experiences in this city. I’m drawn to New Orleans, in many ways feel I grew up in New Orleans, even though I’m from the West.
Being female in this world means having been robbed of the potential for human choice by men who love to hate us. One does does not make choices in freedom. Instead, one conforms in body type and behavior and values to become an object of male sexual desire, which requires an abandonment of a wide-ranging capacity for choice… Men too make choices. When will they choose not to despise us?
People will like you who never met you, they think you’re absolutely wonderful; and then people also will hate you, for reasons that have nothing to do with any real experience with you. People don’t want to lose their enemies. We have favorite enemies, people we love to hate and we hate to love. If they do something good, we don’t like it. I found myself doing that with Ronald Reagan. He is anathema to me. If he does something that’s reasonable, I find my mind trying to find some way to interpret it so that it’s not reasonable, so that somewhere it’s jingoist extremism.