"There's a lot of waiting to hear, and waiting to be paid," Burton says, philosophically. "I'm much more comfortable now about negotiating for money up front." Burton insists on being paid for her writing: "It's a bad precedent to say, 'It's for the love.' And it's hard to take the work seriously if it's for free." So what about her future ? "I'd like to keep on doing everything, but I can't afford to write for free. At least with the internet, I don't feel constrained by time or place. Sometimes I've been up a mountain in Georgia while writing for a magazine in Los Angeles."
The MC is likable and the banter between her and her brother is one of my favorite aspects in the chapters that I have read so far.
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Tim has music directed the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit BROADWAY BACKWARDS at the Palace and Al Hirschfeld Theaters and was the Associate Music Director of I AM HARVEY MILK at Avery Fischer Hall. He has played keyboards for ROCKY and THE ADDAMS FAMILY on Broadway and CARRIE at the Lucille Lortel and he's played rehearsals for A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE... on Broadway, and City Center's ENCORES series.
In a study of 270 sexually active college-age students, 72 percent regretted at least one instance of previous sexual activity (Oswalt, Cameron, & Koob, 2005). In a report of 152 female undergraduate students, 74 percent had either a few or some regrets from uncommitted sex: 61 percent had a few regrets, 23 percent had no regrets, 13 percent had some regrets and 3 percent had many regrets (Eshbaugh & Gute, 2008).