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April 29, 2008


Thank you for "More News from Nowhere" and other titles. Is it "Dig Lazarus Dig" or "Dig Lazarus Die"?
Hope you "sprout" angelically (wingedly) in Bruxelles!

It's "Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!" actually, tho you're right, it do look look like "Die" in the photo with the date inserted just so over the G. And there's exclamation points, too, in the official title, tho I'm guessing Nick already knows that and didn't need to be reminded of it.

Are Brussels sprouts actually from Brussels? I like them, to be honest. I know most people don't. They're like mini cabbages. So cute!


Excellent blogging! And congrats on your meeting with Mr. Cave. I bought tickets to his Chicago show yesterday - will be my first time seeing him. Hopefully I'll make it to front, right stage.

Oh, Emily! Yay tix for Chicago!!! Keep me posted? I wanna hear all about it! Just get there kinda early if you can. Really. There's a big difference in what you take away from the show from being at the front. IMHO.

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ten hours later
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"After You've Gone"
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