The first one is a bit long winded at times, but still interesting, both.
A.D. Winans seems like a good guy. For a man who wrote a memoir called Holy Grail: Charles Bukowski & The Second Coming Revolution he never mentions Bukowski once, tho. On the other hand he doesn't have to, of course.
SFWeekly has to be noted for its tactful and appropriate questions. To ask the 79year old Winans:
"When you have sex, what are some of the things you like to do?"
and other investigative highlights:
"When you’re sad/grumpy/pissed off, what You Tube video makes you feel better?"
"Are you using any medications? If so, which ones?"
"How much money do you have in your checking account?"
Yeah that sex question was fairly unexpected, but the youtube thing is interesting to me. I didn't realize it
but I actually do watch youtube like I used to watch t.v. as a kid. I've lately been on an Andy Kaufman/Tony
Clifton kick, which does make me feel better to watch. Wasn't nostalgia once classified as an "illness?"