an excerpt from: http://www.thecelebritycafe.com/contemplations/party.html

The Question: "The Artist formerly proclaimed he would party like mad in 1999. Was he just excited about Y2K, or was it his plan to shake off those end-of-of-the-world jitters? Putting a new twist on the Armageddon scenario, say the last day of the year marked the end of your creativity. Between now and then, what would you hope to accomplish? What would you like to be remembered for? What would you miss doing the most?"

Ralph Covert, of the Bad Examples, said that given the next four months to use his creativity, he would simply "keep on keeping on," adding that he would liked to be remembered for "never having flinched." Forever pragmatic, Covert said he wouldn't know what he'd miss doing the most until it was gone.

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