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Jan 29, 2006

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Dan Wickett

Another great effort Ed - this one was worth listening to, if only for the song playing under Max's introductory minute!

A nice job of questioning some aspects of Crane's writing without being obnoxious about it - getting her to talk about the DFW comparisons or C___K L_T, instead of hitting her in a way that precluded her from discussing them with you.

Kassia

Dan, it's okay. We can spell out the word. We're all adults here...

Dan Wickett

Hey, just following in Ms. Crane's footsteps!

Sam

Ed, you've outdone yourself. The intro for Max alone was worth the price of admission. My favorite moment was when Elizabeth asked you if you had a potato masher, and you said "No, I prefer to do it by hand."

This would be a good Flann O'Brien-ish thread for ROTR -- ask your readers to submit their designs for a potato-mashing machine.

ed

Well, it was a truthful statement! I do have a utensil that is good for potato mashing that a girlfriend once gave me and that I still, in fact, use. Imagine my great shock upon learning that what I have is, in fact, a potato masher! I genuinely believed that Elizabeth was referring to a form of potato mashing machine! After all, any trip to Lechter's will demonstrate that there's a machine for everything else!

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