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" I'd just left Georgia, and I had really had enough of Georgia. He didn't particularly like the cold either, but he's a tough bird, that boy. Because I keep looking at the hood and it's shaking. BM: As much as the divorce was very hard, the fallout of it has been really great. Woody called me up and said, "Do you want to try this thing? Of course, I'm with Duvall, who's, like, seventy-nine or something and he's just a horse. SR: You seem to have close relationships with your sons. SR: Is your body of work a source of gratification? Is it gratifying to have this library, this stack of things that I've worked on? They're like your kids SR: You must like some more than others.
The thing about him is the foibles have been personal, not professional.
BM: And it makes the most amazing juice ever — I always thought Florida orange juice was the best.
But there's one thing I've gotten phone calls about.
We don't actually grow the avocados, but they're next door. [Goes into the kitchen to get a couple of avocados.] Feel those. People don't know: You put a ripe avocado in the refrigerator and they stop where they are.
SR: What are they in relationship to oranges and tangerines?
If you're not funny, then it's "Guess who's not funny? The gratification part is: I worked with that son of a bitch. If you get that thing done, you're professional friends for life. BM: When I work, my first relationship with people is professional. What are you, in some sort of a weird relationship?