[joe-frank-list] Mind if I change the subject?
dbakins at cox.net
Thu Jun 12 10:49:19 PDT 2003
I'll weigh in to defend the later work.
There was something dangerous and tenuous about the Larry episodes. More
than just the usual fascination with dysfunction, there was an uncertainty
and immediacy that made them compelling. They were more "real" than his
older material -- more process than product, if that makes sense.
Unfortunately, that doesn't work so well in replay, where the older
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Natsoulas" <natsoulas at yahoo.com>
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Subject: Re: [joe-frank-list] Mind if I change the subject?
> I am with you. I find Larry whinny and uninteresting.
> --- "suricata.suricatta" <suricatta at rcn.com> wrote:
> > to agree. I just don't find Larry and Debbie to be
> > as interesting as Joe's older, more artistic,
> > monologues.
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