“I ain’t got quite a social life yet, and it’s kind of embarrassing, well, to me it is. I guess because I’m a little bit old fashioned. You know when you want to be with an opposite gender person and, you know, maybe have a relationship with and stuff, and you’re like “Oh, I work! I got some money, baby, we can go out!” “Nah, can I come over to your place, or are we going here?” and... I don’t know how I’m trying to seem without seeming so meager-like."
"When you have a relationship with somebody, okay we’re going to eat some good food and we’re gonna go see the arts and the ballet or whatever and 'okay, well, bye!’ ‘Well why can’t I come over to your place?’ 'Well… you gotta walk through the woods to get there.' [I want] to have a rapport with somebody, and I have basically no normality about my existence right now."
"I’m comfortable with myself, but I’m not comfortable with someone else having to live like I’m living right now because it’s… almost cave-manish or womanish to be like this in this area, this society, this time that we’re living in."
“I’ve lived everywhere between living underneath the bridge, waking up with flip flops and a pair of shorts, to not “super rich” but comfortable. Actually, you’re one of the few people I’ve talked to this long and this much about my life.”
"There’s not really that much danger out here, as much as people would think... Being under bridges or wherever you have to be at, it’s not dangerous. There’s more danger of somebody else “normal” being “Go get a job!” or something like that... that kind of hateful, Grinch-y demeanor. Like I was over there one day just before Christmas and had a sign that said “Help me have an Xmas” or something like that. And the guy said “Nobody cares!” “Wow! Okay, Grinch. God cares. God still loves you anyway, have a blessed day.” There’s people like that though."