May 15th, 2006

Tonight's show (at 7:30; repeated on Friday night at 10:30) is a joyful rebroadcast of an earlier episode in which I had the pleasure of chatting with Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist. (He's a cool guy.) ... Also, I visit with Marcy Shaaf, a passionate rescuer of abandoned bunny rabbits: her SaveABunny organization makes humane use of craigslist. ...

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  • 1. DeLicia Sampson  |  May 20th, 2006 at 7:52 am

    I watched the show last night. It was great to see Craig talk in length about his philosophies and principles. He seems like a very good person. Nice to see on T.V.
    Also I thought the segment on the bunny rescuer was sweet. I don’t know if I will be able to eat rabbit again! I had no idea they are as smart as dogs and cats. I would of liked to have seen that demonstrated more.
    Thanks for a great program.Oh yes, the shirt you wore, beautiful. Where does your wife sell her shirts?
    Thanks agan,

  • 2. Josh Kornbluth  |  June 9th, 2006 at 7:15 pm

    Hey, DeLicia: First of all, what a great name you have! Second, I’m so glad you enjoyed the show — Craig is, indeed, a swell guy. Third, I would have liked to take more time to demonstrate how smart rabbits are, but then I realized that would make me seem even dimmer by comparison. And last, thank you so much for appreciating one of my wife’s wonderful shirts! She doesn’t sell them anywhere — just makes beautiful things that she gives to family and friends — but I love passing along to her comments such as yours.

  • 3. Deborah  |  April 6th, 2007 at 3:02 pm

    I’m a HUGE fan of your wife and your shirts! I’m going to start making shirts like them for my guy.

    Would she offer a class? Could you interview her about them? Do you know that she has a following?

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