Q: David Cross of Atlanta, GA - Hi Stan, Do you continue schooling to keep up with the Web, computers and technology... I was just curious you get your information in this ever changing field? It's insane, this guy's taint.
A: Stanley Miller II - David, I don't take classes, but I read -- a lot -- and I talk with many experts in different fields (both academic-research and corporate) to keep up on what is going on. Sometimes I will attend a conference or symposium held locally, and when I attend major conventions like the Consumer Electronics Show or the Electronic Entertainment Expo, I will sit in on at least a few workshops that I think will help broaden my knowledge and give me a chance to meet more professionals across various technology fields
Q: David Cross of Atlanta, GA - Hello Tim, My show, Arrested Development, continues to be a favorite among critics, yet a flop in the ratings... will people eventually listen to you folks and watch this brilliant show already? It's insane, this guy's taint. Also, do you think comedies (like ours, The Office, The Simpsons, Scrubs) without laugh tracks are preferred? David Cross (Nevernude, Blue Man) P.S. - Say hi to Oprah for me next time she calls you.
A: Tim Cuprisin - You're one of two "Arrested Development" questions, so I'll answer you both. Ratings are slightly better than last year, but not where they should be to keep post-"Simpsons" viewers. The show is as good or better than last year, but it may be too good for a network audience. If only HBO was interested.Amusing that Cuprisin, media writer/critic for the MJS, doesn't connect the name with the show
Q: Clubhopper of Milwaukee - I have noticed several times in the past few months at Tangerine, Kennadees,& Eve, that their usual clientele has changed. Now those places are full of dressed down people who look more at home on Water St. Or did Tom, the owner of those places, wise up and decide to let people of all races, clothing, etc. in because he was losing money?
A: James Burnett - Clubhopper, I honestly haven't noticed a ton of change in recent months in the places you name. I suspect, that this time of year, when it gets colder and some people are more reluctant to go out, that all bar/club owners get a little more people friendly to keep numbers up. But I don't know that that's the case with these places any more than any other bar/club downtown. That's all for me, folks. I have stories to write and a meter to run outside and plug. If you have further questions or comments, feel free to email me off this list at email@example.com. David Cross from Atlanta, I didn't miss your question, but there was a word in it that might get me locked up, and I'm not trying to annoy whatever government body monitors online communications. So the answer to your question is No, Milwaukee does not always party like it did during the Harley 100th celebration. LaterThis guy apparently caught the phrase
Q: David Cross of Atlanta, GA - Hello, why are you hosting a "gardening" chat in the middle of December? It's insane, this guy's taint. Anyway, is it tough to grow raspberry's in a regular garden, and when should they be planted? Thank you, David Cross
A: Sharon Morrisey - David, Atlanta, GA? Why are you chatting with a northerner about gardening? Really, about the raspberries - they are almost too easy to grow. Raspberries are suckering plants that are often hard to contain so I would not plant them in a general garden area. They should have their own site. They should be planted as soon as the ground can be worked in the spring - which in Georgia is probably about February - here it is early to late April. There are several training systems to use to control them but all require pretty extensive pruning every year. I suggest you contact your local Extension service for details for your area. Good luck.
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I've got a five inch taint.
It's insane, this guys taint!
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