More Thoughts on Black Static 10

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6 Responses to “More Thoughts on Black Static 10”

  1. splinister Says:

    Flipping hell… thanks again Colin!

    • Colin Says:

      You’re welcome, Maura.
      I almost wrote to you last night and said “How do you feel about this? Is it too much?” But I had already toned it down, and in any event, it’s my opinion, and I stand by it.
      It may be the kiss of death for your career, you realize?
      Ever heard of Bruce McAllister’s “What He Wore For Them,” (1980) or Tony Daniel’s “Radio Praha” (1998)? No? I rest my case.
      Beware The Harvey Effect… 🙂

  2. splinister Says:

    Flipping hell… thanks again Colin!

    • Colin Says:

      You’re welcome, Maura.
      I almost wrote to you last night and said “How do you feel about this? Is it too much?” But I had already toned it down, and in any event, it’s my opinion, and I stand by it.
      It may be the kiss of death for your career, you realize?
      Ever heard of Bruce McAllister’s “What He Wore For Them,” (1980) or Tony Daniel’s “Radio Praha” (1998)? No? I rest my case.
      Beware The Harvey Effect… 🙂

  3. splinister Says:

    Flipping hell… thanks again Colin!

    • Colin Says:

      You’re welcome, Maura.
      I almost wrote to you last night and said “How do you feel about this? Is it too much?” But I had already toned it down, and in any event, it’s my opinion, and I stand by it.
      It may be the kiss of death for your career, you realize?
      Ever heard of Bruce McAllister’s “What He Wore For Them,” (1980) or Tony Daniel’s “Radio Praha” (1998)? No? I rest my case.
      Beware The Harvey Effect… 🙂

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