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Rev. BigDumbChimp says
I think Charleston SC is the perfect place for a TAM 2011
Ray Moscow says
Well, I’ll have to get a ticket. It does sound like fun, and it’s (almost) local for me.
Just finished reading Stephen Fry’s The Liar. Ripping good fun and very peculiar (that’s a good thing).
Kel, OM says
TAM London looks great. Hopefully TAM Australia is half as good as that.
As a Londoner, I approve of this. I’ll be there!
And Zeno – read “The Hippopotamus” next. A sceptic’s delight, that one.
That’s so funny, I just bought that book recently in a charity shop and have been debating what to read next.
The Liar it is then, so.
(although I couldn’t really get into The Star’s Tennis Balls or whatever his other one was called)
£220?!? I’d love to see you but that’s a tad pricey.
Well, looks like I need to get a passport post haste.
Sili, The Unknown Virgin says
That’s where I got mine. Haven’t read Tennisballs yet, but that was the one he’d written that alerted me to his being an author. He was on Parkinson and told of his shock when he realised he’d just written The Count of Monte Christo.
Last year TAM London sold out before I could even check the page. I’m afraid I’ll need to get a job soon if I’m to afford it. Of course, then I won’t have any holidays saved up.