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June 16, 2007

10 minutes on the streets of New York

A quick podcast (recorded on the streets of NYC) with Prescott Perez-Fox centering on the twentysomething malady known as the "quarter life crisis."

Shout out to Ben Thoma and Scott for making geek drinks NYC a great time.


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A nice night, indeed. It felt like we could have been recording another episode of AC, minus Tug's sniffles and the distant "y'alls" in the background. We had our own signature white noises: Brooks Brothers ties were loosened and Smirnoff Raw Teas were toasted.

Nice conversation, by a nice group of guys (including John's boss: Yes, I returned home without being mugged or in any way threatened by terrorists). I enjoyed the exchange as well as the podcast from Scott and John. There's some thing odd about hearing the conversation that took place 5 feet from you, and relating to it, despite not taking part in it, nor hearing it the first time around.

Cheers gentlemen!

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