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"Bob Marley stayed here twice," he said. "It was always a different hotel when he was here" -- and Faulkner cut loose with a swirling you-know-what-I-mean laugh. "He had an entourage. And he would do his own cooking with his own spices. The halls were wafting. I played golf with (crooner) Engelbert Humperdink and found out he owned some hotels on an island. My dad would introduce me to celebrities, and my sister used to ride her tricycle through the hallways. My parents were entertainers all the way. Even when we lived in Maple Bluff three miles from the Edgewater, someone was always stopping by. But when the phone rings after midnight, it's not someone telling you how great things are going."
Money is numbers and numbers never end. If it takes money to be happy, your search for happiness will never end (bob marley)