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Moody on Writing

“At the end of the day, if you can do anything else — telemarketing, pharmaceutical sales, or ditch-digging, major league umpire — I would suggest you do that because being a writer blows: it’s like having homework for the rest of your life.”

— Hank Moody, protagonist of Californication, played by David Duchovny

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