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Date Posted: 06/29/03 12:08am
Author: Molle
Subject: Heat and stuff
In reply to: Jean M 's message, "Re: Greg in Boston 6/27/03" on 06/28/03 1:16pm

>I was at the second show with my sister and friend and
>I have to say that I really enjoyed Greg's act. I
>really didn't think that the club felt that bad with
>the air conditioning off-as a matter of fact it was
>warmer standing outside the club waiting to get in.
>We are heading back into town tonight to see the early
>show and Julia and I will be posting a report over at
>our website.

*g* I have very low tolerance for heat. So I might have just been experiencing residual sweat from tromping around my boiling hot workplace and then Faneuil Hall. Oh, I was cranky as a very cranky thing.

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