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I went to a readers’ theater presentation of The Real Inspector Hound yesterday (which was absurd), and found myself a half-stroll from here. (Thanks, notrelatedtoted!)

Mr Potter, was that poem you wrote about throwing baseballs at a target autobiographical? If so, we need:

  1. A Spokane-to-SoCal plane ticket for Potter;
  2. A copy of Surfing with Mel in Word or PDF format, saved on a flash drive; and
  3. A baseball with a cavity carved in it to accommodate said flash drive.

Now then, Mr Potter: See those big corner windows?

Comments

  1. Matthew Lickona says

    So close.

  2. Matthew Lickona says

    Are there friendlier places to drink?

  3. Jonathan Potter says

    I’ll start warming up the arm.

  4. I got to play a part in a local production of Inspector Hound – Moon, the substitute theater critic with certain O.C tendencies. The theater troupe was called the Too Busy to Play Players and we performed at the time in the banquet hall of a local B & B.

    It was a lot of fun – absurdly so.

    Ironically, I did it as a one-off as a replacement for the actor originally cast in the role. A substitute actor playing a substitue critic. Is that a repetition within a rotation within a certification? Or is it the other way around?

    JOB

    • Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says

      ‘A substitute actor playing a substitute critic.’

      Daniel Day-Lewis, eat your heart out.

    • Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says

      ‘Is that a repetition within a rotation within a certification? Or is it the other way around?’

      If I remember correctly,

      Step One is the Rotation.

      Step Two is the Kick.

      Step Three is the Prestige.

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