My experience was totally different with Jim. I thought Jim was one of the rare types who are so curious and asked such good questions. He was such a terrific listener.
If anything , Jim spoiled me because he was so attentive and interested in what I had to say. In fact, I never found him to be verbose or needing to be the center of attention.
I certainly knew a few men like that but not Jim.
Your impression goes along with what some of the interviewees in Frank Lisciandro´s new book say about Jim Texasky. In more than one interview it is described how he was interested in what people had to say and so far no one mentioned that he liked to be the center of attention.
I was wondering about this book you posted the excerpt from, did you read the whole book and was it an intesting read if you did? I´m thinking about getting it so I would appreciate your opinion on it. Thanks!
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