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ChaimAmalek: I thought there was going to be an interview here.
ChaimAmalek: I know it is hard to believe, but there used to be such a thing as a “luke ford” brand.
ChaimAmalek: Ten years back, the guy had real prospects.
Beth: Leave Luke alone, all he wants is to teach AT and to find a nice girl he can push around.
ChaimAmalek: Yeah, well, ten years back, he had a shot at breaking out into big media. But he never pushed it.
ChaimAmalek: Also, he HAD a nice girl. Lots of them. But in every instance, he found them wanting.
Beth: Let’s have a pop psychology session, then. What’s your diagnosis, Dr. Chaim?
ChaimAmalek: He’s lazy. Some people just don’t have the fire burning within them, and that’s that.
Beth: Lazy isn’t pop psychology, it’s something the person can fix on his own! You’re supposed to say he’s got a borderline personality or something.
ChaimAmalek: All of that is bulls**t.
ChaimAmalek: I say he’s lazy.
Beth: Well, yes, that’s why it’s POP psychology.
ChaimAmalek: Point a camera at him and he’s as happy as can be.
ChaimAmalek: No fire.
ChaimAmalek: I used to write tons of stuff for his web sites, thinking it would get me places. Hah!

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been noted in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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