No. I'm not mad. We were just playing. Yeah. It was a joke. It was a joke. The recorder will stay on this art week. What? No. Just one week. Oh, is it time already for another laundry? Oh, we can take it over. It's no big deal. Remember the time we buried the dog in the laundry. Wasn't that cute? This might be the last wash for the winter. Sorry. Cause we're the same people. We, cause, we're the same person. I'm the secretary. I'm the secretary. Of course I did. That's why I said it but I can't say everything that I know we're thinking cause we'll repeat everything. Oh, that would be a relief. Yeah, if you were if you were taping you'd have five times as many tapes as me. I have very few tapes from this week. No, it's much better that it was. It's way better. Yeah. I don't mind, you know, it's just an industrial noise right now it's just it used to sort of scream and whine and, you know, no, it's a lot better. Shirts. Cheryl, what what is this thing and why is it always blocking my closet for all week long? Can you put them in front of your closet? I mean, I don't really care that they're out I just I can't get to my stuff. Put 'em over there. I think they do a nice job a the at our dry cleaner. Look at how nice this shirt is. They do a good job, don't they? Did you ever get paid from Yale? Did you ever get paid from what's her name, Ardele? What? They can't pay you? This is a different strike? This is a different strike than Kathy's thing? Oy vey. This boy is wired. Look at me, you can never even tell it's a mic. This boy is wired. Oh, you should tell Steven, by the way, also that the FMU I gotta get him one of the playlists and he was on the top the playlist officially came out and he was like one of the very top playlist. I gotta give him an official thing, yeah. He did really well at FMU. It's unbelievable. It's yeah. Well, do you like the CD? I gotta really listen to it. Yeah, I mean, people at the station just went apeshit for it. Sure sure, is another one there? I haven't seen it. You think I can almost think about throwing these out? No, they're just shot. Really. You don't know where that bag went? All right. We'll just use a regular bag. We'll just go buy another. I'm gonna drop you downstairs and you're gonna be living there for a whole week. Oh, look at the sweet one. Do you have a shoehorn? A what? What's a shoehorn? What? What's a shoehorn? Huh? So I like my mother's stories about Max throwing tantrums. That was funny. Hey, maybe we can go, oh, you know what we should do when we're out on the Island today? After the festivities are winding down? Take my parent's car and try to find some yard sales. I mean it's a beautiful like the first nice spring weekend there's gonna be a million yard tag sales going on in Port Washington. What do you say? What do you say? Yeah. We have to make a 10:20 train, yeah. Aren't they nice? I think they're very hip, don't you? They're sort of square? And the real thing about them is they're already they feel already like bedroom slippers. You know, these are gonna become, you know, everyday shoes. My mother has Band Aids, they're not a rare commodity. Good. He was a funny old man. I liked him. He was a funny old guy. Look at look at this book like's a, I mean, and also like, I don't know. Bad title looks like a wedding, yeah right, as if it would be ironical if she was a ghetto girl or something but, you know, like probably I know. Yeah, it's really weird. I saw Robert Morgan on the street yesterday and reminded him about your subbing he says, oh I have her down in my book. No, it was like in June. OK, you do that. I'm gonna take out the dog. I'm gonna drop her downstairs. Stamps and train schedules. Let's walk from to my mother's house. Cheryl, stamps. No, I'm just remember the designations? Port Washington. Yeah, it's a 10:20. That's what we gotta make. So that means we've got to leave here at about 9:45. No, they have a kid they're up. And so we got about 45 minutes before we gotta go. And John and Karin. Ay, ay! Ay ay ay ay ay! Coming down for a week. She's coming down for a week. When you leaving? OK, we got them under control. Um, we're gonna go out to the Island. I'm gonna drop her today. We we you just running around getting ready today? Ah! Great great great wow. You must be excited. Great. Where's Diane? Go on Bets. Go get Baron. Let's go get Baron. OK, I'll see you in a little bit. C'mon, where's Baron? OK. Where's Baron. C'mon. C'mon, where is he? Where's your friend? Where's your friend? Where's Baron? 7 years. Yeah, they're nice dogs. All right, you got it? Take care of yourself. Thank you. You don't have to. It's just a little taste. Not too much. Look at this. Look look at how attentive this dog is. That's it. That's all. What have you got? What have you got there? You eat vegetables? Where's the meat? Where's the beef? You just you will eat a lettuce and tom... yeah. Yeah. Nice to... All right, that's it Babette. No more for you. No no no, c'mon that's it for you. This is one's a little, you know, they get greedy these animals. That's it. That's it, pal. All right, enjoy this day. We finally got a good one, right? I'll see you around, OK? Yeah, I live on Thompson. This way. Yeah. I've been there about 5 years. No no. That's it. Look look at this. Gotta drag her away. Bets come. Diane. Bets you gonna make? You gotta make? Ay Diane! Ahhh! All right you'll see each other all week now. Oh my god. Hi Ginny. Yeah yeah yeah. Oh yeah. Yeah great. So I can go down from like 9 to... oh. Bitch. Bets you gotta make, honey? You got to make? She hasn't taken a shit yet. Bets, go make. Make. My grandmother's 85th birthday or something. Gotta go out to the Island I'm a little... Don't worry about it. You don't have to worry about it. Yeah, we'll talk before you go. Yeah. Yeah, right. Yeah they open the window they're not getting in through the gate. The what? OK, c'mon guys. Yeah also nobody's coming in that apartment with these three. I don't think you gotta really worry. All right, I'll talk to you tonight before you go. Oh, oh. All right. All right. Don't you worry. They're in good hands all week. They're fine. That's good that they can go down early so I can let them down to pee. That's great. That really makes a difference. That's great. Tell her it's just gonna be for one week, you know. C'mon. You know what I want you to do? Would you do me a favor and get a load of paper towels up there? Just in case, you know, I gotta clean stuff up. You know what? I forgot my keys. I'm glad I saw you. OK Bets, go get them! Boy oh boy. They're so happy to see each other. Go get 'em Bets! You wanna help me bring some towels up or you don't have the keys. I want you to do that cause and, uh, that's it. All right. We got food and everything? Why? What happens? Go on. OK. It's the same as usual. You guys go and have a good time. Everything is taken care of. No problem, OK? OK, I'll talk to you later. I got to run out to L.I. and then I and then I'll be back. OK. See, oh here. No, OK great. See you in a little bit. Cheryl it's me. Cheryl it's me. Sure, I'd love to see the baby. Tell her we'll take the son to a crazy ethnic restaurant. Let's take the son to a crazy ethnic restaurant. You got on toast yet later? That's lovely. We will look at it. Cher, we gotta get goin' really so. OK. OK, cause we also have to, uh, we also have to bring the laundry over. So let's get going. I'm a primativo cruising the net on lynx on a 9600 baud modem. You did you get that? Did you understand that? I'm so primitive. What? No, no it's I mean, I'm, I'm gonna be wearing like what I'm wearing plus a jacket, that's it. You look pretty let me see those shoes. Turn around. Oh, you look lovely. So pretty, mmmm. Yeah. Oh let's get going. I don't wanna miss the train. Bring your cash. Yeah, no reports. Let's go. Bring your cash. Ha. You didn't have any breakfast. You had no breakfast. So, well soon we'll be able to share my shoes. How's this jacket? You remember this one? You don't like it. Cause you always said it was too old. Yeah, I used to wear it all the time. You don't remember. Come we gotta bring the laundry. There you go ladybug. OK. Let's do it. OK. Hi. How you doin? Pretty good. Oh, all right. OK thanks. See you later. Here. Hi. That's really expensive. It's almost 30 dollars for that laundry. What? Let's go over to the A. Uh, I don't know. What if we if we did it on our own, what would it run? You think so? Oh god. It's sort of start thinking about that at some point, you know? It's so much money. It's insane. That's like, you know, we must do that twice a month. We must spend I think we I think I came up with something like fifty bucks a month on laundry, plus dry cleaning. I don't know, we'll have to look at our finances, but, it is expensive. Are you understood a 9600 baud modem on lynx? In this day and age? Yeah. 28. Right. Right. Very good. That's what you had in Tennessee, right? That's what you had in Tennessee, right. But you knew how to use that in Tennessee didn't you? Did you like it? Yeah, but not anymore really, you know? Yeah. Things aren't changing that fast now. I got all these, like, potential for work, you know, I don't I hope some of it comes through. I hope we can get some. No. I'm always I'm always concerned. I'm always concerned. But I think we put a lot of money in the I think we put a steady flow of money in the bank this month. Yeah. Yeah. Right. And we've got more owed. Why not charge them? Why do you eat the cost? And? So you put it out but you get it back. So did you see Elizabeth Fiore at the thing last night? Where's Alix? And? Was Andrea friendly yesterday at lunch? You want to walk from the station? I'm OK. Right. I'll I'll tell Swami that tomorrow. See what he says. Let's see what Swam let's see what Swami has to say about that. Let's see what Swami has to say. Some people love their dogs more than they love God. So Diane said I could take the dogs down at 9 a.m.. Yeah. That's gonna be a lot easier. See the poster girl for the Ringling Circus Arianna? She made the Daily News. Is Arianna a fraud. Is Arianna really a man? Oh man. Where are they from? Where are they from? What? Are you excited to see the baby or not really? Really, cause I'm getting money today. Are we gonna have fun with Stefano and Janet tonight? Are you excited about that? Yeah. Fruit acid peel. You're admiring them, huh? Shit. C trains. All the time you go in them you see the bums. All the bums are living in them. The Xenakis show should be really good. I'm looking forward to that. What you have to take your work down? What time tomorrow? I thought it was happening early. Who's Brian Tolle? Oh I thought we got a card for a cocktail party? Huh? That was a train of bums, isn't it? Every car's got bums. The bum train. Always is, isn't it? Look at the one on the right. We need to get some tickets. What do you have, the hundred on you? Are you ready to bust it on open? I saw Maya I told you I saw Maya? Yeah. She was really friendly. We had this really long talk. About everything. She was so friendly. I think she like wants to get back into the artworld or something. So, c'mon, he's got enough crap. He doesn't need, really. He's got enough crap. I told her oh, congratulations, yeah sure. No. No, it's a white guy, Cheryl. Why don't you give me money you go look at the magazines. Wait. Wait wait wait wait wait wait. Look at the way you keep your money, it's bizarre. I'll just see you in there, OK? Let's just bust it. See you. Good-bye. How you doing? Two round trips for Port Washington please? Thanks a lot. I've seen it before. I probably should probably get going. Should probably get going? Is that Cristy? Naw. Dopey looking clothes. Cheryl. Look at this breakfast spread. You ready?