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June 16, 2009

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So do they say, "Break a Leg" for the radio?

Not that this alters the morality of the action, but maybe having been outed has its good points.

You did a great job on Jeff's show!!!

I hope you now have many more opportunities!

Congrats on your first radio interview, publius. May there be more to come.

thanks - i felt like I rambled on too much at times. but i think i passed the critical "don't say anything career-ending/youtube viral" threshold.

but thanks :)

Publius,

Thanks for being on the show.
Really enjoyed the conversation.
I hope to have you back on again.
Maybe when we get to the Sotomayor confirmation hearings for some perspective from the legal world.

darn, I missed it!

Thanks for the invite Jeff - I enjoyed it.

For those who may have missed the interview, please log onto www.thejefffariasshow.com and click on podcasts, and listen to June 16th. It should be up by tomorrow.

You didn't ramble at all, John, it was a great interview!

Dang, I missed it as well.

I was lucky enough to check out ObWi about 20 minutes before the interview last night, just in time to get the info. Great job. It's nice to hear a real human voice coming from someone whose words I have (only) read over the last few years. You sounded just about like I had expected, publius, for whatever that's worth.

You sounded just a tad...how does one say...shorter than me?

I said the greatest obstacle to writing posts is that this miniature elfish character named eric martin had joined

And thanks hair -- I thought about talking with a fake french accent and using the word "capitaleeest swine" a lot. but then i thought better of it

Congratulations, Publius.

I thought about talking with a fake french accent and using the word "capitaleeest swine" a lot. but then i thought better of it

Since I didn't get to hear it, I'm going to pretend you did anyway. Because it'll be funnier.

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