Comments: Pretty much the canonical example of a full day

As with your running saga, I'm exhausted just reading this.

I'll have a similarly jam-packed day Sunday of convention, beginning with the con closing, then visiting college friends in Sherman Oaks, then going to a party with high school friends in North Hollywood, then taking the redeye home out of Burbank. Since I don't drive, it remains to be seen how I'll get to all these places.

Posted by Ellen at June 26, 2005 02:13 PM

That exhibit sounds awesome and I wish I had known about it. One thing I wondered about that particular puzzle in January was, could the C. in the byline have been a typo? There's a Raymond D. Young who's made amazing puzzles (regular and variety) in GAMES, and it would be an amazing coincidence if there were two Raymond Youngs who made wide-open crossword grids...

The answer to your next question is "no, I'm not sure why I thought you'd know that."

Posted by Ken/Cazique at June 26, 2005 07:48 PM

Wow. Gotta love free (or $3 suggested donation) concerts.

And you just gotta love the general public too!

(I am so anxious to take over for Andy Rooney when he dies that I can hardly contain my cantankerousness.)

Posted by Tom at June 27, 2005 12:12 PM

It is much more difficult to get away with reading your hilarious blog during work hours when the entries are so long! (and yet so entertaining...) I just wanted to let you know I staff-recommended Holy Tango at a B&N here in Minnesota and continue to force-feed it to unsuspecting, pleasantly-surprised English majors everywhere. Pure genius.

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