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If I had vacation time to take right now I'd want to fly over there... still pissed at my absent-minded-professor self for missing his reading in my own backyard. (Peter read in Chicago late March, and I'd known when he was coming for months and had been looking forward to it... but my brain filed the event as "in the spring" and it failed to pop up on my mental calendar due to the fact that winter still was, and in fact still is, lying like a damp cold blanket of stupid over this godforsaken city.) Have fun!

The most interesting thing about Peter Sotos is that his surname is a palindrome.

The second most interesting thing about Peter Sotos is the question of precisely what kind of brain damage he has.

I can't think of anything else interesting about Peter Sotos. My advice: Enjoy his dark'n'dangerous depravity while you can, transgressophiles, because he won't matter for much longer. But, as hyper-intelligent, hyper-informed hyper-adults, you already knew that, didn't you?

I had a wonderful evening with all. Thank you Chip and Peter.

Leslie: It was great meeting you and hanging out after. Thanks so much for coming.

Madam Adam: I do love palindromes, my favorite being: "Ah, Satan sees Natasha." As to the particular strain of brain damage that afflicts Peter Sotos, I think it's called "consciousness."

I was surprised at the Chicago event that Sotos screened that compilation. Then I was more surprised that some parent brought their kid.

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