|Sy Burr in his first selfie|
Sy Burr has traveled far and wide, high and low in his eighty years. He's lived with Pygmies, has been married three times to women from three different continents, fathering assorted children, worked as a gigolo, was an ordained minister, and for a while, a tour guide at the Great Pyramid of Giza .
In his 30s he was an avid sperm donor before learning to fly fixed wing airplanes, was a boxing coach, a carnival barker, a professional rodeo clown, and a singing coach for cloistered nuns. His 40s saw him playing back-up guitar with the Rolling Stones and writing songs for the Beatles, walking from coast to coast bare footed, operating a yodeling school, and helping Aunt Jemima create the perfect pancake flour.
|Sue Burr, professional dancer|
BURR'S ADVICE CENTER, will be located on 711 Lucky St. and be open from noon to three daily. Cost of advice will vary depending on its importance. He will also dispense free advice from time to time to those that will listen. His free advice to this reporter was, never eat yellow snow. It will be well taken.