Dude. Hey Marty. Dude, I, I finally, I got the uh, venue I wanted. Uh, I'm performing my dance quintet — you know, my cycle — at Crane Jackson's Fountain Street Theatre on Tuesday night, and well, I'd love it if you came and gave me notes. I'll be there man. Uh, Dude, uh, tomorrow's already the tenth. Far out. Oh, oh, alright, okay. Just, uh, just slip the rent under my door.
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