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"We're not like other people": A Guide to Struggling Artists in Woody Allen movies

Pretty awesome chart - check it out at Every Woody Allen Movie site. - S  :: :: :: :: :: ADVERTISING New blogs for projects by NYC artist Katheryn McGaffigan:   Blog 1 http://katherynmcgaffigan. blogspot.com/ Blog 2 http://katherynmcgaffigan2. blogspot.com/ Blog 3 http://katherynmcgaffigan3. blogspot.com/ Blog 4 http://katherynmcgaffigan4. blogspot.com/ Blog 5 http://katherynmcgaffigan5. blogspot.com/ Blog 6 http://katherynmcgaffigan6. blogspot.com/ Blog 7 http://katherynmcgaffigan7. blogspot.com/ Blog 8 http://katherynmcgaffigan8. blogspot.com/ Blog 10 (no blog 9, numbered wrong) http://katherynmcgaffigan10. blogspot.com/ Blog 11 http://katherynmcgaffigan11. blogspot.com/ Blog 12 http://katherynmcgaffigan12. blogspot.com/ Blog 13 http://katherynmcgaffigan13. blogspot.com/ Blog 14 http://katherynmcgaffigan14. blogspot.com/ Blog 15 http://katherynmcgaffigan15. blogspot.com/ Blog 16 http://katherynmcgaffigan16. blogspot.com/ ::

On becoming a real estate agent in New York City - Part 1

I am not certain exactly what gave me the idea to pursue a career in real estate in New York City, but there I was a couple of months ago, sitting in a class at a real estate school.  In New York one must take 75 hours of classes in order to practice as a real estate agent (agent is a commonly used term, but, for the record, the official job title is Licensed Real Estate Salesperson).  The 75 hour classes are followed by a class exam, which is followed by a state exam.  I found the class to be very interesting (and dull at times, but overall very interesting) as it was a window into a specialized world, and it demystified certain ideas I had regarding finances and real estate.  I passed the class exam relatively easily.  I also passed the state exam on my first attempt.  I've met more than a couple of agents who bragged about having to take the exam over three times before passing. To begin my career I passed on a relatively large, mostly Brooklyn based firm that I planned on wor

i guess it's prometheus weekend

looking forward to finding out about that giant head in the movie poster.  interesting review of the movie here . - s :: :: :: :: :: ADVERTISING New blogs for projects by NYC artist Katheryn McGaffigan:   Blog 1 http://katherynmcgaffigan. blogspot.com/ Blog 2 http://katherynmcgaffigan2. blogspot.com/ Blog 3 http://katherynmcgaffigan3. blogspot.com/ Blog 4 http://katherynmcgaffigan4. blogspot.com/ Blog 5 http://katherynmcgaffigan5. blogspot.com/ Blog 6 http://katherynmcgaffigan6. blogspot.com/ Blog 7 http://katherynmcgaffigan7. blogspot.com/ Blog 8 http://katherynmcgaffigan8. blogspot.com/ Blog 10 (no blog 9, numbered wrong) http://katherynmcgaffigan10. blogspot.com/ Blog 11 http://katherynmcgaffigan11. blogspot.com/ Blog 12 http://katherynmcgaffigan12. blogspot.com/ Blog 13 http://katherynmcgaffigan13. blogspot.com/ Blog 14 http://katherynmcgaffigan14. blogspot.com/ Blog 15 http://katherynmcgaffigan15. blogspot.com/ Blog 16 http://katherynmcgaffigan16. blogsp

Interview with the stars of The Secret Society For SLOW ROMANCE - 9.7.20

Filmmaker Brandon David Wilson interview - On Covid19, Sepulveda movie, the future, growing up in LA

The Amazing Dan Mirvish! - Making indie movies, from Hollywood - an inspiring discussion