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Monday, 03 December 2007

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kirk

Have you been reading Starbucks cups again?

sprizee

Kirk, Happiness doesn't come in a cup. It comes in a m4p file via iTunes.

Katy

Oh S, you had me until you said Garrison Keilor. I'll just forget you ever said that name and make nice in other ways. Yeah, rain. We just stopped the interior flooding. Thank god for deep baths. I'm going to send my contractor a thank you card now.

sprizee

Katy, You don't adore Garrison? That's kind of a deal breaker for me. I must have misunderstood you. It's impossible to not love Lake Wobegone.

kirk

I have to stand with Katy about the Keilor thing.

Katy

Well, I guess it's good we found this out now before we actually met. He (his voice mainly) is one of the very few things that makes me feel gross.

egan

I just got back to town and discover the Arboretum flooded and then popped on the tv to see much worse. Wow, it rained a lot here while we were gone. Pass the cheer yo!

sprizee

Kirk, You don't adore hopeless romantics? I find this hard to believe.

Katy, I guess the next thing you're going to tell me is you hate David McCullough, kittens, rainbows and sunshine. Oh wait, I already know you hate sunshine.

Egan, So good to have you back. I probably thought about calling you up at least three different times so I could stop by and chat with Anna. (Also, pick up my Pyrex.)

egan

Your Pyrex is still riding backseat in the MINI. I might have to give it away when the MINI is sold. Cool with you?

Chris

That was phenomenal. Thank you.

kirk

I adore hopeless romantics. Yet, Keilor's voice and that whole Prairie Home Companion thing makes me feel squeezy. If it wasn't for Marketplace I wouldn't be able to tolerate even hearing "Minnesota Public Radio." As the LOLCATS say DO.NOT.WANT.

Chris

I enjoyed reading the poem but also enjoyed Keilor's reading. The poem digs pretty deep into areas that just aren't comfortable for some. Either way, how it reads would probably be different for everyone and listening to Keilor read the poem for me was really hearing his interpretation of the poem in the context of his own place in life. I loved it.

sprizee

I think Keilor's reading of it adds so much. Although the poem is pretty powerful on it's own and I'm clearly biased. I grew up on A Prairie Home Companion and love him to death.

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