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...The first episode, The Man Trap, was penned by a dear friend of Ray's, George Clayton Johnson.


A dear friend of George's:




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Professor Crater was very very very lonely.


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Forty Years Ago: I Sing The Body Electric was first publihsed. I think on July 30th but I may be off on the day.


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Professor Crater was very very very lonely.


...but the salt vampire could be very very very attractive...from time to time.


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Thanks to jkt for emailing me the reminder yesterday about The Man Trap. I called George to wish him happy anniversary, and we chatted about the episode, the fact that we may come back out next month to work more on Fr Electrico, and that I am planning on driving down to Florence to see Terry Pace's plays based on George's TZ episodes (with George in attendance).

George sounded good, and was excited about the TZ 50th this year.


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The Salt Vampire needs a grande cup of espresso.
 
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The Salt Vampire needs a grande cup of espresso.


I think the Salt Vampire's had TOO MANY grande cups of espresso!


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This may be too late of a notice for some of you but tonight on TNT the show Leverege has as a secondary guest star Tobias Anderson. Tobias was the stage actor to play Captain Beatty in Ray's first stage production of Fahreneit 451.


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i just had this done today. its been a long time coming & i am very pleased. i am posting two pics.


She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...

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here is the other picture. my eighth tattoo.


She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...

rocketsummer@insightbb.com


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Rock on Ray, rock on:

http://www.ideaship.com/CAA/ev..._news/theguitar.html


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From today's Los Angeles Times. Lunch with Ray at Clifton's Cafeteria.

http://www.latimes.com/news/lo...ep19,0,1580926.story


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Love this article.
 
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Love this article.

In case you missed the link here are the photos:
http://www.latimes.com/news/lo...1144299.photogallery


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