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November 28, 2010

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Listener No. 109577

Awesome. Just awesome. Too much of a good thing, which is fine since we have all the time in the world to enjoy it, these days.

Loved Ronnie Schell in "Good Morning, World", which is available on Netflix.

Zombek

I am proud to say I purchased issues of Generation Exploitation at Atomic Books. I have to say it was an impulse buy but I figured any zine featuring Herve Villechaize and Don Knotts on the covers was worth it.

SuchAndSuch

Like the commenters above, I bought GenEx whenever I could find it....and I definitely remember the Woody Woodbury interview, because I'd listened to that live record of his about 1,000 times ("there goes another kitten, off to the sandbox!") and was always frustrated that it wasn't anywhere near as fun, funny, or even cool as the cover made me think it'd be. The interview was great - better than the album, that's for sure!

And I'm VERY curious to see yr Shelly Berman interview....that guy has a fascinating history (duh), and I'd love to hear his thoughts on his recent resurgence....

Gloria Michel

Surprised at all the "Woody Woodbury" info is still around. I was Fletcher Smith's Secy from 1951 - 1954. Then, left and came back as his Asst. from 1957-1958. I worked on all of Woody's records (I have a tape -- don't know if it is 3 3/4 or 7 1//2 but one of the VERY FIRST to be recorded in our studios on E. 44th St., in New York. Is Woody still alive??? I have the first of all his records put out.

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