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Steven's column

So my young friend:

What is the skinny on these young ladies? You only give us enough to make us want to ask. You will never get that coveted job at the Enquirer being so closed-mouth.
In all seriousness, enjoyed the column this month as well. You didn't say too much about the Bias cartridge except that you liked it. Anything else to share or is a more in-depth discussion coming soon?
Take care and keep up the good work

Tom

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I am a lucky guy.

Glad you enjoyed the column, Tom. Thank you. Art Dudley will offer a complete report on the RP-1 in our May issue.

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I also enjoyed the column

I also enjoyed the column Stephen. It's wonderful that we have a great column now to attract more audiophiles at the entry level.

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I'm a lucky guy
i sit next to the man

his desk always smells of maple syrup

I think that gives him deity status.

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deity status
I've been working on a new audiophile fragrance combining maple syrup, black cardamon, red Sharpies, and vinyl LP jackets. So far, so good.

PS: Ariel's desk always smells of hot sauce. Which is just weird.

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Awesome column this month!

I am really enjoying your approach more and more each month. I really felt 'you' in it this month. It really helps to remember your room from the past pics previously posted. Orange couch.

Its a shame that more 'normal' women cant appreciate what you are writing about each month, given most everyone's obsession with technology and music.

You'd think that women would be impressed with your column. My problem is far sadder- I used to be very attractive and dated quite a few archetypes, and I had no problems for many a year with women, but now that generations change, and I am past my prime, not a chance. Guess I pissed away those really rare chances for great loves, and karmically paying the price now (for being a player/idiot). Oh joy.

At least the column is your muse for now? She smells like paper. (Magazine paper smells really nice.) Maybe they should put perfume-inserts into the magazine that smell of that 'new stereo-component' smell or Okki Nokki cleaner juice?

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Thanks
Thanks, Glotz.
Glotz wrote:
You'd think that women would be impressed with your column.
I hope so. I'm personally acquainted with at least 10 women who read my column every month, and, unless they're just messing with me (which is possible), they all seem to like it a lot.
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