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    Subject: Review
    Date: Jun 6, 2002
    Sender: The Great ThrowdiniPrevious | Next

    Heather, thank your for your kind review of the play. I hope you didn't draw any blood from the person in the chair next to you. You were right about the bounced knife. Unfortunately, wood has knots. Knives and knots don't mix. Occasionally a bounce occurs and the possibility of an injury arises. To wit: the little spot on Niabi's thigh. Thank goodness, no blood. As for us being husband and wife, oh well, only in the play. In real life I've got 30 years on her.
    The Rev. Dr. David R. Adamovich (The Great Throwdini)

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