[You Can't Imagine Fame. You Can Only Ever See It From An Outsider And Comment On It With The Rueful Wisdom Of A Non Participant. When It Happens To You, It Doesn't Matter What Age Or How, It Is A Very Steep Learning Curve. The Imprtanot Thing To Realize In All Of It Is That Life Is Short, To Protect The Ones You Love, And Not Expose Yourself To Too Much Abuse Or Narcissistic Reflection Gazing And Move On. If Fame Affords Me The Type Of Ability To Do The Kind Of Work I'm Being Offered, Who Am I To Complain About The Downsides. It's All Relative. And This Are Obviously Very High Class Problems. The Way Privacy Becomes An Every Shrinking Island Is Inevitable But Also Manageable And It Doesn't Necessary Have To Get That Way...]

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