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something else. This process can repeat itself twenty times in forty
minutes. And at the end of forty minutes you still haven't asked
your question. He just goes on and on and on and on and on.
Does he babble?
Not quite babble, it's always something that is reasonably
consequential, not discussed in any deep manner because he never
stays on any subject long enough to do it. He just hops, I guess is
the word, from subject to subject without a semicolon, or a period in
the process. And if you go to see him about something you just
accept the fact that although all I want is five minutes of your
time, I'm gonna get an hour of which he'll have fifty-five minutes.
Anything else on Rockefellers?
No. I know the children, but I don't know them well.
[End side one, cassette one; begin side two, cassette two.]
O.K., hold on. You want to go on to somebody else who's on your
list? You have Lindsay, for example.
Really, John Lindsay, I guess I got involved with him as
the white hope for the mayor of New York. He's an awfully nice
person. He should have been on stage. That's his real love. And I
think he got on the wrong stage, namely City Hall which is a tough
stage and a tough act to do.
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