"The Legend of Richy Vegas" goes into my deal with a young woman I later wrote off as a very distasteful person. In the years that followed the events of "The Legend of Richy Vegas," she always seemed very glad to see me whenever we would run into each other. I chalk that up to my total effort to take the high road with her for the entire duration of my dealings with her. I chalk up my own feelings towards her afterwards as a realization that she felt no obligation to take the high road with me during that time. Time has passed since those days. I think she will come off as more sympathetic to readers in the long run than I originally intended. I might attribute that to a holdover from my days with her back then, with my total effort to take the high road concerning her winning out after all these years.
I think about Jenna in my dealings with the women in my world nowadays. I've talked about "Linda," someone from a little before my time with "Jenna," and how Linda may still have issues with me after all these years. All I can say about that goes back to what I said last Fall, I can offer myself up for a dialogue if anyone wants to engage in one with me, but I have the right to defend myself to the best of my abilities should it come to that. I've had ZERO takers in engaging me in a direct dialogue about that time so many years ago, and maybe a few times where I've had to show that, yes, I will try to defend myself to the best of my abilities against whomever wants to go there with me. I will say it again, I am willing to engage in a civil dialogue with anyone, but I don't think I'm much obliged like anyone at this point.