Drinks with Tony
Helen Pluckrose #107

Helen Pluckrose #107

October 14, 2020

Helen Pluckrose is the co-author of Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity―and Why This Harms Everybody.

We chat feminism, patriarchy, and how almost losing her life shifted her career.

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D. B. Ramsey #106

D. B. Ramsey #106

October 7, 2020

D. B. Ramsey is a former Baptist minister and the author of Speaking of God: We Don’t Know Shit: A Former Minister Reflects on God and Religion.

So if the bible’s is right, we’re both going to hell for this episode.

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Mitzi Szereto #105

Mitzi Szereto #105

September 30, 2020

Mitzi Szereto is the author of Normal For Norfolk and Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts. Her new book is an anthology she edited called The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns.

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Douglas A. Martin #104

Douglas A. Martin #104

September 23, 2020

Douglas A. Martin is the author of Branwell: A Novel of the Brontë Brother and Wolf.

If you’d like to join my intermediate screenwriting course at UCLA Extension click this link and scroll to remote instruction. Remember to read the prerequisites.

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Rose Andersen #103

Rose Andersen #103

September 16, 2020

Rose Andersen is the author of The Heart and Other Monsters: A Memoir.

If you’d like to join my intermediate screenwriting course at UCLA Extension click this link and scroll to remote instruction. Remember to read the prerequisites.

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Judy Gold #102

Judy Gold #102

September 9, 2020

Judy Gold is the author of Yes, I Can Say That: When They Come for the Comedians, We Are All in Trouble. She has standup specials on HBO and Comedy Central and has been a a ton of TV shows including Louie, Madame Secretary, and Better Things.

If you’d like to join my intermediate screenwriting course at UCLA Extension click this link and scroll to remote instruction. Remember to read the prerequisites.

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Joe Clifford #101

Joe Clifford #101

September 2, 2020

Joe Clifford is the author of The Lakehouse. His previous books include the Jay Porter series and Junkie Love.

If you’d like to provide coffee for Drinks with Tony send $10 to Tony via Paypal and I’ll give you or your business name huge THANK YOU at the front of the next episode.

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Neal Pollack #100

Neal Pollack #100

August 26, 2020

Neal Pollack is the author of Pothead: My Life as a Marijuana Addict in the Age of Legal Weed, as well as many other books. He’s also a three time winner on Jeopardy.

If you’d like to join my intermediate screenwriting course at UCLA Extension click this link and scroll to remote instruction. Remember to read the prerequisites.

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Richard Kadrey #99

Richard Kadrey #99

August 19, 2020

Richard Kadrey is the author of Ballistic Kiss, the 11th novel in the Sandman Slim series. He’s currently writing the 12th and final Sandman Slim novel.

Richard came on Drinks with Tony about 15 years ago when we were in studio at Radio Valencia in San Francisco to discuss his first Sandman Slim book. It’s so much fun when all of this comes around years later.

We talk a lot about graves, like Hollywood Forever, that appears in the Sandman Slim novels as well as Pere Lachaise.

My class at UCLA Extension, Writing for the Screen II, starts on September 29th. Join us.

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Carolyn Terry and A. M. Black #98

Carolyn Terry and A. M. Black #98

August 12, 2020

Carolyn Terry and A. M. Black are the co-authors of Tenderloin available from The Outsider Agency.

The Tenderloin is a neighborhood in San Francisco that’s often misunderstood, usually just driven through with the windows up and doors locked, and it has taken a really hard hit since the pandemic. Black has worked there for 30 years as a bartender, I spent some of my years living in the TL, as the locals call it, after moving from the Mission District, and Carolyn has spent a major part of her SF life there as well.

My class at UCLA Extension, Writing for the Screen II, starts on September 29th. Join us.

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Barbara Bottner #97

Barbara Bottner #97

August 5, 2020

Barbara Bottner is the author of I Am Here Now, a Novel in Free Verse. Sign up for her virtual launch party here, happening on August 15th.

Barbara is a NY Times best selling author of over 40 books, her story is fascinating from her time in NYC, working with Sam Shepard, to her creative methods, and relocating to the wonderful city of Los Angeles.

My class at UCLA Extension, Writing for the Screen II, starts on September 29th. Join us.

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Joe Meno #96

Joe Meno #96

July 29, 2020

Joe Meno is the author of Between Everything and Nothing: The Journey of Seidu Mohammed and Razak Iyal and the Quest for Asylum. Joe’s other books include Hairstyles of the Damned, The Boy Detective Falls, and Office Girl.

Join my online 8-week screenwriting workshop starting August 3rd at WritingWorkshops.com as well as my free creative writing workshop on August 5th at 6pm via Zoom at LAPL.org.

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Miriam Feldman #95

Miriam Feldman #95

July 22, 2020

Miriam Feldman is the author of He Came In With It, a Portrait of Motherhood and Madness. It’s not all tragedy as there are layers and Miriam’s memoir is beautiful on every level.

Enjoy the show.

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Arthur Nersesian #94

Arthur Nersesian #94

July 15, 2020

Arthur Nersesian is the author of The Five Books of (Robert) Moses. His other books include The Fuck-UpMesopotamia, Suicide Casanova, and Manhattan Loverboy.

Check him out on Thursday at 7pm Eastern time when he’s in conversation with Bob Odenkirk regarding his new 1506 page book.

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Tommie Vaughn #93

Tommie Vaughn #93

July 8, 2020

Tommie Vaughn is the author of This Rock ‘n’ Roll Dream, the final book of the Frankie Spencer Trilogy.

She’s also the front woman of Wall Of Tom. We chat juicy stories about how she started as a receptionist at a recording studio in Los Angeles and met all of her heroes, including Dave Grohl. There was a trick to her longevity in the music scene and she talks about that as well.

We had fun, and I hope you do too as you listen to episode 93.

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Kim Dower #92

Kim Dower #92

July 1, 2020

Kim Dower is the author of Sunbathing on Tyrone Power’s Grave, Slice of Moon, and The Soapy Shrimp Boat. She was the City Poet Laureate of West Hollywood from 2016-2018.

Join me July 1st at 6pm Pacific time for a free online creative writing workshop at the Los Angeles Public Library. Go to LAPL.org to sign up for the event.

Thanks for listening, remember to rate the show wherever you receive your podcast feed.

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Isaac Fitzgerald #91

Isaac Fitzgerald #91

June 24, 2020

Isaac Fitzgerald is the author of the new children’s book How To Be A Pirate. His previous books include Pen & Ink and Knives & Ink. He’s a regular guest on The Today Show and I drilled him with too many questions about every minute detail of what it’s like to appear on the show….it turns out it’s oddly similar to appearing on Drinks with Tony.

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John Martin Fischer #90

John Martin Fischer #90

June 17, 2020

John Martin Fischer is the author of Death, Immortality, and Meaning in Life.

Want to join my class at UCLA Extension? There is ONE spot left as of Tuesday evening…and sometimes a person drops before the quarter begins…. Writing The First Screenplay, go here and search for DuShane.

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Danny Plotnick #89

Danny Plotnick #89

June 10, 2020

Danny Plotnick is the author of Super 8: An illustrated History, released yesterday on Rare Bird Books. He is the King of Super 8. Danny’s films include Skate Witches and I’m Not Fascinating – The Movie.

Writing questions? Send them to dushane [@] gmail.com and I’ll get to them on the air.

Want to join my class at UCLA Extension, Writing The First Screenplay, go here and search for DuShane.

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Billy Van Zandt #88

Billy Van Zandt #88

June 3, 2020

Billy Van Zandt is the author of Get In The Car, Jane! Adventures In The TV Wasteland. His TV resume is quite impressive and he is the recipient of a People’s Choice Award, a Prism Award, and two NAACP Image Awards. He was also nominated for an Emmy for his work with I Love Lucy.

Writing questions? Send them to dushane [@] gmail.com and I’ll get to them on the air.

To sign up for my free online creative writing workshop register with the Los Feliz library by clicking this link.

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Deborah A. Lott #87

Deborah A. Lott #87

May 27, 2020

Deborah A. Lott is the author of Don’t Go Crazy Without Me: A Tragicomic Memoir. She’s also the author of In Session: The Bond Between Women and Their Therapists.

Thanks for listening and see you next week.

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Adam Gnade #86

Adam Gnade #86

May 20, 2020

Adam Gnade is the author of This Is the End of Something But It’s Not the End of You and The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfuckin’ Sad.

Check out more books as well as his records at https://adamgnade.bandcamp.com.

Thanks for listening and see you next week.

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Carla Malden #85

Carla Malden #85

May 13, 2020

Carla Malden is the author of Search Heartache. She’s also the co-author of Where Do I Start? with her father Karl Malden, and Afterimage: A Broken Hearted Memoir of a Charmed Life.

Join my online screenwriting class at UCLA Extension starting June 24th for 10 weeks. Sign up here.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Maggie Downs #84

Maggie Downs #84

May 6, 2020

Maggie Downs is the author of Braver Than You Think coming out May 12th on Counterpoint Press. She’s also a skydiver, which is way braver than I could ever be, and we discuss that on the show.

This episode was taped pre-pandemic, so, in person, at The Alcove, over drinks. Why does that feel like another era.

Enjoy the show, and below is how the info on how to join my monthly free creative writing workshop online through the Los Angeles Public Library on May 6th.

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The Los Feliz Branch Public Library has moved its Creative Writing Workshop online!

Tony DuShane will hold a free 90-minute Writer’s Workshop on Wednesday, May 6 at 6:00 PM via Zoom.

If you’d like to attend please send a email to mpanzera@lapl.org to obtain the link and password to the session.

This free Creative Writing Workshop is presented by UCLA instructor Tony DuShane, writer of the novel “Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk,” now a major motion picture from director Eric Stoltz.
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Nick Flynn #83

Nick Flynn #83

April 29, 2020

Nick Flynn is the author of, Stay: threads, conversations, collaborations, out now on ZE Books. He’s also the author of Another Bullshit Night in Suck City that was made into the film starring Robert DeNiro called Being Flynn.

If you’d like to see a video version of this interview, along with a music performance by Rykarda Parasol, check out this link, THIS LINK. The video version of the show is currently called Drinks with Tony ON VIDEO.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Beth Lisick #82

Beth Lisick #82

April 22, 2020

Beth Lisick is the author of Edie On The Green Screen. It’s her debut novel and she’s also best selling NY Times author with earlier non-fiction including Everybody Into The Pool and Helping Me Help Myself.

She’s the co-founder of the Porch Light Storytelling Series and we chat a bit about our stints as exclusive background actors for big time TV shows and films.

Remember to check out www.tonydushane.com if you’re interested in book coaching.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Alia Volz #81

Alia Volz #81

April 15, 2020

Alia Volz is the author of Home Baked: My Mom, Marijuana, and the Stoning of San Francisco.

Remember to check out www.tonydushane.com if you’re interested in book coaching.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Cara Black #80

Cara Black #80

April 8, 2020

Cara Black is the author of Three Hours in ParisThe Hours in Paris, her first stand alone novel. Cara is known for 19 novels of of the literary investigation series that follows Aimee Leduc, a private investigator taking us through the nooks and crannies of the arrondissements of Paris.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Chip Jacobs #79

Chip Jacobs #79

April 1, 2020

Chip Jacobs is the author of Arroyo, out now on Rare Bird Books. His other books include Smogtown, Strange As It Seems, and The People’s Republic of Chemicals.

I teach a free online creative writing workshop April 1st at 6pm Pacific, 9pm Eastern, go to TonyDuShane.com for more information and join us wherever you are in the big wide world.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Michael Shermer #78

Michael Shermer #78

March 25, 2020

Michael Shermer is the author of Giving The Devil his Due: Reflections of a Scientific Humanist. He’s also the founder of Skeptic Magazine and used to be a Born Again Christian, so we got to bond on our Jesus Christ roots.

Remember April 1st at 6pm I’m doing my creative writing workshop that I usually do at the Los Angeles Public Library live online. Go to tonydushane.com for information on that.

Enjoy the show, take care of each other, there’s a lot of fear and anxiety out there, so remember to give people a break, we’re all in this together, and one day we will ALL HUG IT OUT.

Robert Anasi #77

Robert Anasi #77

March 18, 2020

Robert Anasi, the author of Last Bohemia, Scenes From the Life of Williamsburg and The Gloves: A Boxing Chronicle, joins me this week on the show.

This was recorded a few weeks ago to give context, in simpler times, or, are these simpler times? The eternal question. Anasi is a fine fella, we teach together at UCLA Extension and for some odd reason we tend to drink lots of coffee together, even at a bar.

I have upcoming classes at UCLA Extension, online, and book coaching options, so check out the link if you’re interested.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and

Sands Hall #76

Sands Hall #76

March 11, 2020

Sands Hall is the author of the memoir Reclaiming My Decade Lost in Scientology. She is also the author of the novel Catching Heaven and Tools of the Writer’s Craft.

Thanks for listening. Novel and memoir coaching information IS AT THIS LINK. 

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Charlie Buhler #75

Charlie Buhler #75

March 4, 2020

Charlie Buhler is the director of the film Before The Fire. She also played Jasmine in the film Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk, directed by Eric Stoltz, written by me, based loosely on my life growing up a Jehovah’s Witness.

Before The Fire plays this week at Cinequest, so, if you’re in the Bay Area, definitely check out the film.

Thanks for listening. Novel and memoir coaching information IS AT THIS LINK. 

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Danko Jones #74

Danko Jones #74

February 26, 2020

Danko Jones is the author of I’ve Got Something To Say: 10 Years of Rock and Roll Ramblings. He’s also the frontman for the band Danko Jones.

In this episode we talk about Three’s Company, one of my favorite subjects, as well as what it’s like to write about music, the skills and thrills of performing live, and so much more.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Tom Lutz #73

Tom Lutz #73

February 19, 2020

Tom Lutz is the author of Born Slippy. He’s also the founding editor of Los Angeles Review of Books and his non-fiction books including And the Monkey Learned Nothing: Dispatches from a Life in Transit, Doing Nothing, and more.

We went loco over a couple of ginger beers and the result is captured on tape for your pleasure.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Chana Porter #72

Chana Porter #72

February 12, 2020

Chana Porter is the author of The Seep. She’s also a playwright and definitely knows the art of veering conversation. It’s what we strive for here on the show.

Go to www.drinkswithtony.com/book for info regarding my one-on-one book coaching program.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

W. Bruce Cameron #71

W. Bruce Cameron #71

February 5, 2020

W. Bruce Cameron is the author of A Dog’s Promise, the third book in the A Dog’s Purpose Series, which is also a film. He created 8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter that later ran as a TV series starring John Ritter on ABC.

I hope you enjoy the interview, you can listen and download it from here or enjoy the show on iTunesSpotifyPandoraStitcher, and other podcast outlets.

Chloe Hilliard #70

Chloe Hilliard #70

January 29, 2020

Chloe Hilliard is the author of F*ck Your Diet: And Other Things My Thighs Tell Me. She’s also a standup comic and used to be a warm up comic for a morning chat show. Of which we discuss in this episode, along with so, so much more.

Chloe performs February 10-12 at the Comedy Cellar in New York City.

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Marilee Albert #69

Marilee Albert #69

January 22, 2020

Marilee Albert is the author of The Tutor.

She studied philosophy at Yale before moving to Europe to work in the film business. These days, between TV and movie scripts, Marilee is a busy mother to two teen boys and a spirited Boston Terrier, and has recently started a nonprofit, OneVillageGreen, which promotes mental health and wellness in American kids and communities.

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Rykarda Parasol #68

Rykarda Parasol #68

January 15, 2020

Rykarda Parasol is the author of Aunt Black and Aunt Black Goes To Paris. She’s also an amazing singer and her full length records include The Color of Destruction, Against the Sun, For Blood and Wine, and Our Hearts First Meet.

At the end of the interview is a clip of Rykarda performing live in Drinks with Tony in 2008 when we were on Pirate Cat Radio.

Listen, enjoy, rate us where you get your podcasts, and remember to check your local podcaster for fleas and ticks.

Bernard Meisler #67

Bernard Meisler #67

January 8, 2020

Bernard Meisler is the author of There’s Never Been a Better Time To Die. He’s also the founder and editor of Sensitive Skin Magazine, which, includes a literary podcast, so check that out.

If you, or someone you know, has Drinks with Tony, please seek immediate consultation from a professional wrestler.

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Mary Ladd #66

Mary Ladd #66

January 1, 2020

Mary Ladd is the author of The Wig Diaries. It’s a humorous, illustrated cancer book that wise cracks its way through hospitals, hair loss, wig-ness, and one huge doctor’s crush.

Mary has also written for California Magazine, Playboy, Time Magazine/Extra Crispy, Health, SF Weekly, and KQED.

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Lincoln A. Mitchell #65

Lincoln A. Mitchell #65

December 25, 2019

Lincoln A. Mitchell is the author of San Francisco Year Zero: Political Upheaval, Punk Rock and a Third-Place Baseball Team. 

His other books include Will Big League Baseball Survive?: Globalization, the End of Television, Youth Sports, and the Future of Major League Baseball and Baseball Goes West: The Dodgers, the Giants, and the Shaping of the Major Leagues. Essentially Lincoln is the man if you want to talk baseball and politics, which we do A LOT on this episode. He even comforts me, a bit, on how all this Trump stuff will balance itself out.

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Anthony Mora #64

Anthony Mora #64

December 18, 2019

Anthony Mora is the author of Virtual Velocity: An L.A. Story.

He has been a music journalist and was around the Los Angeles music scene during the punk years and even earlier.

Anthony is also a playwright. I hope you enjoy the show.

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John Nores – #63, author of Hidden War

John Nores – #63, author of Hidden War

December 11, 2019

John Nores is the author of Hidden War: How Special Operations Game Wardens Are Reclaiming America’s Wildlands From The Drug Cartels.

He was a warden for the Department of Fish and Wildlife in California starting in 1992 and retired in 2018 as a special operations lieutenant…. combatting the most environmentally damaging criminals working within California and impacting the nation.

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Jade Chang #62

Jade Chang #62

December 4, 2019

Jade Chang is the author of The Wangs vs. the World. She’s also a journalist and a television writer.

Chang is the recipient of a Sundance Fellowship for Arts Journalism, the AIGA/Winterhouse Award for Design Criticism, and the James D. Houston Memorial scholarship from the Squaw Valley Community of Writers.

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Brad Warner #61

Brad Warner #61

November 27, 2019

Brad Warner is a Soto Zen priest. He is the author of Letters To a Dead Friend About Zen as well as Hardcore Zen, and Sit Down and Shut Up.

He runs the Angel City Zen Center in Echo Park, Los Angeles and gives talks and lectures all over the world.

We had a great discussion, enjoy the show.

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Kim Krizan – #60

Kim Krizan – #60

November 20, 2019

Kim Krizan is the author of Spy in the House of Anais Nin. She’s also the co-writer of the fabulous films Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, and Before Midnight. In fact, listen to the show to get the low down on her true life story that became Before Sunrise. (Spoiler: It involves a Norwegian.)

Enjoy the show, rate us on whatever platform you use, and be sure to put your personality into it.

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Matthew Specktor – #59

Matthew Specktor – #59

November 13, 2019

Matthew Specktor is the author of That Summertime Sound and American Dream Machine. He’s a founding editor at Los Angeles Review of Books and just a damn good person.

Enjoy the show.

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#58 – Peter Houlahan

#58 – Peter Houlahan

November 5, 2019

Peter Houlahan is the author of NORCO ’80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery in American History. It’s a fantastic real story that reads like a multidimensional Hollywood action thriller.

Along with his writing career, he’s an EMT in Connecticut….he’s also working on a top secret book for his next project, and he wouldn’t even tell me what it was about off-mic. That’s someone you want on your side in a lawsuit.

Enjoy the show.

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