Howard had the misfortune of a falling ill on a Saturday in a country with socialized medicine, and no doctor could be found. “French doctors do seven surgeries a week, and after they do the seven surgeries, they take the weekend off,” he discovered.
Let’s see, the Louvre is open on Sundays and so is d’Orsay, but there’s no doctor in Paris, hmmm. I’m surprised he didn’t say that French doctors do six surgeries within six days and rest on the seventh. I don’t think the French health system works as written.
“I was a double atheist,” says Howard Storm, who became a tenured art professor at Northern Kentucky University by age 27. “I was a know-it-all college professor, and universities are some of the most closed-minded places there are,” he notes.
From Artist professor to Con Artist professor in such a short time, amazing. If only he had smoked a joint and visit Edouard Manet’s “Breakfast on the Grass” at the d’Orsay Museum in Paris, maybe he would have seen how art makes a joke out of Christianity. I would not have lasted five minutes in his class with his “know-it-all” attitude.