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50. See Izzy Dance. Dance, Izzy, dance.

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WITH MY friends, it was a different conversation:

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ME—I've quit my job.

FRIENDFek, really?

ME—Yeah. I’m taking the year off. Crazy, ay?

FRIEND—Crazy.

FRIEND—So what are you going to do? Travel?

ME—Sort of. I'm going to hit some festivals.

FRIEND—Festivals?

ME—Well, more of a dance festival tour, really.

FRIENDA dance festival tour . . .

ME—I have six planned in six countries, so far.

[Dumbfounded silence]

ME—I'll spend the northern summer doing it.

[Dumbfounded silence]

ME—Maybe write a book about it.

[Dumbfounded silence]

ME—So, want to come? I’ll make you famous.

John, face impassive as he listened to all this, said, "Buddy, if you're going to spend a summer partying your arse off around the world, the only book you're going to write is: See Izzy. See Izzy dance. Dance, Izzy, dance."

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