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March 5th, 2007

... for the excellent reason that we are pre-empted (next week as well) by KQED's March pledge drive, which will help pay for stuff like ... this show! (All that coffee I drink doesn't grow itself, you know.)

But just in case you'd still like to catch me interviewing some people this week -- albeit in the Luddite forum of live theater -- then let me tell you about an event coming up this Friday, March 9, at Stanford University. Starting at 7 p.m., at Stanford's Dinkelspiel Auditorium, I'll be performing my comic monologue Love & Taxes -- followed by an onstage conversation with Stanford law professors Barbara Fried and Joe Bankman (who are both brilliant and incredibly engaging, by the way). And the whole thing will be free and open to the public!! (It's being sponsored by Stanford's Program in Ethics in Society.)

So if you want to catch some neurotic monologuing, followed by cool conversation, please join us at the Dinkelspiel (along with your family and friends). As far as I can tell, all you have to do is show up and walk in! (You can find info and a map here.)

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