She Works 7 Days A Week As A Fashion Designer
“My biggest bugaboo is blue jeans, advice sweatshirts, flat shoes.
I can’t stand it.
Every time I get on an airplane,
I’m over in Italy,
I’m over in Paris,
I’m over London,
I can tell without even asking which gate I’m supposed to go to
where the Americans are
they have blue jeans, sweatshirts, flat shoes.
Now in Paris for example,
they have really good imaginations,
they dress up just to go to the grocery store.
High heels. Dress. Hair is perfect. Grocery store!
I design some things for men sometimes,
but men are so generic, I hate it.
I think anyone could do my job if they wanted to.
Anyone can start a line of clothes if they want,
just get some capital together.
Some people have these talents buried in their brain
but they don’t try things so they stay working at K-Mart, Wal-Mart,
It’s a shame.
My contract says I’ve got to work out every day,
two, three times a day,
gotta be able to get into these outfits,
and the models, I tutor them,
I’ve got four degrees,
two BS degrees, a masters and a PHD.
Physiology, Earth Science, Curriculum and Development for schools
and my PHD is in History.
To be honest I never really used them much
except physiology, I still use that.
We went through that phase where the models were getting too skinny,
we told them so now they look a little more normal.
It’s a struggle for them,
I’ve seen them take some real tumbles with those six and seven inch heels
on the marble runways.
I don’t set career goals,
that is a sure tool for disappointment and failure.
I also work for the government
I was appointed as a legislative advisor
in 1999, I just got a letter in the mail
I didn’t apply for the job
I get this letter
it says ‘we want you to be a legislative advisor
there’s only 200 of you in the country
we’re going to send you all the bills
you critique those bills
you make corrections
you’re a conduit to the public
find out what the public wants,
then you correct them and send them back
and give us your opinion.’
In addition to that I got special projects for them,
like I was the one who did the autism research.
I can’t believe the power that we have!
You know the stuff you see on the news?
Most of it is just pure crap.
It’s all funneled,
Washington is so corrupt,
they’re all members of the Illuminati and the Free Masons,
all the parties behind closed doors figure out who gets the money,
the power and the World Order.
If you want the real news go to the BBC station.
People think we’re #1 in healthcare,
but we’re 29th!
You know what country is 28th?
Here’s what the other countries do:
they put everything on a referendum.
You get to vote.
When did you ever have a chance to vote
about anything or any issue?
If you’re in a democratic or republican district
and you’re in that district your whole life
it’s possible you can go from birth to death
and never be represented.
You go to church, you got a job, you pay your taxes, you fight in wars,
but you don’t exist.
So what we’re doing, the other 200 people,
we’re writing letters and campaigning,
we want everyone a chance to vote on every issue,
on every issue majority rules.
Now if it all goes to hell it’s our fault
we voted for it, right?”