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Andy Wasif | Average to Savage EP4

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The fourth episode of the Average to Savage podcast with Paul Guarino. Guarino talked with author/comedian/actor Andy Wasif discussing his books, his journey of becoming a comedian, and baseball. Wasif is a Boston Globe bestselling author for his book Red Sox Fans Are from Mars, Yankees Fans Are from Uranus: Why Red Sox Fans Are Smarter, Funnier, and Better Looking (In Language Even Yankee Fans Can Understand). Follow Andy Wasif http://www.instagram.com/thewasif http://www.twitter.com/thewasif https://www.amazon.com/Andy-Wasif/e/B002JV8H2Q Powered by Trimino Protein Infused Water http://drinktrimino.com/ -- PG Sports is a digital sports brand that has been Everywhere & Anywhere since 2011. With a rapidly growing social network, we are dedicated to designing fresh apparel, breaking sports news, and connecting athletes to fans! ---- Follow Us Online Here: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/pgsports Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pgsportsct Snapchat: http://www.snapchat.com/add/pgsports Website: http://www.pg-sports.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/pgsports

This is the average to saverage podcast with Paul Greno everyone in anyone, athletes, sets and much more. What's up, everyone's the fourth episode of the average savage podcast. I got special guests, actor, comedian and author. Andy was I andy. How's it going? Hey, Paul, it's come great. How about you? It's going all right. You know, it's getting a little hot out here. Yeah, Hey, thanks for having me though. Yeah, for sure, whatever. So let's just jump right in and tell me a little about yourself and then I'll ask you some follow up questions. Wow, okay. Well, I'm five foot nine and I looks on the beach. I you know, I think speak of actor, comedian, writer. You know, I went to school. I wanted to be the next great sportscaster. Yeah, and I went to Syracuse Universities gonna meet like Bob cost us, and after about a year I said, oh, it's all about sports, and I in sports that I don't even really follow, like hockey or soccer at the time, and so so I got out of that, but I've never stopped being a sports fan and a lot of my writing ends up being about what I grew up with. The first three books we're all red sons Yankee fan books. Yeah, yeah, I moved out to California, Los Angeles, you know, going to write easy and features. And ironically then I had did these idea is for these books about Boston fans, which, okay, so I'm I'm out in La, but the market is is in Boston. So I wrote how to talk to a Yankee Fan, and then that made fun of Yankees fans and really was quite biting. But I wanted something little more self deprecating and that was red snox university. And then it happens, the one that makes fun of both fan bases was right Susan Shres, Yankees fans from your anus. Now, your anus was not my choice of planet, but the publisher said, Oh, it's going to be great, we're going to sell it towards the Boston fans, and they made it. Basically, if you read the book, it's kind of like saying that we're all crazy. Yeah, we are, but if you look at the cover it's Oh, Boston fans are way better than New York fans, but but we are all crazy. And as as it's, you know, progressed over, this was stocking oh for I started a idea of the first one, which was an opportunity to Syracuse University. There were a lot of New York fans and my friends were Yankee fans this and I had to put up with a lot of stuff for a while and since he gave me an opportunity get back at them without a talk to Yankees fans. So so that was in the act that I wrote those three books. And you know, you look so there and really everything that we say, I mean the Yankees Red Sox rivalry, is like the hammer nail rivalry and...

...that you know, Yankees are all about spending, studding spending in the red sox or these just home grown. And now you see who's got the largest payroll in the league. And Yeah, so it's things are changed. But yeah, and then I went on and I every screenplays under and then it went through as a Hollywood development track, which you know, it's just like a roller coaster ride and there's no guarantee that the the ride ends back at the front form and actually the be a cliff and some other books call one is the delt puberty, which was a fun little piece. Who did a short film on that with Golden Globe winner award winner, Barry Bosspct was was fun, a parody of those s sex up vide videos, just one about going from middle age to or entering Middle Age. So and then, you know, I've been writing, always with sketches, and I'm writing plays and putting together a state. So hopefully with some comedy. Well, definitely with comedy, but hopefully that'll be on the on stages soon enough. So, so you got so after you have Syracuse. She became a comedian first, right, correct. Yeah, it was a way to put myself out there. You can tell me. And there's everybody I don't about this and I'm doing this and well, look at me, here I was sitting at home. We're working on what's called the stuck script, which is you take a TV show that exists and you do your version of it. You do as if it was seen on next Thursday dight on NBC, Musty TV. You know you've written it and hope that people look at in a weight to this really are. So you put in the same characters and make it professional and you do that on the sideline. Try to shop it around, waiting and say look how good I can. But I looked at the paper and there was an open line comedy and you know, three minutes and you get there at seven PM and at the last factory, world famous factors. So yeah, I said I'll try that. I think three minutes. I did it a couple times in college, something I'd rather forget, but still. And then stop at seven PM and they go no, no, you have that's when the show is les to sign up throughout the day. It's where the first twenty people sign up. I said, will when? When do they first start getting there? I don't know. I and people at the club where like we get here like you know too, and there's already people in my before too. And then he's talk to another communities and I was here at seven a son for some minutes. I'm gonna go and wait on the sidewalk for twelve hours. And Yeah, that was that was it, just to promote my my reading. You get to meet three black actors. Good.

You get to meet the owner. He would critique your act if he was in town and he was a coming manager. He there's only some famous people and you know he bring you over after your mother. You do something with your eyebrows. You have great die Bros. You must make emotionally in your face. So that's what they want to seeing. You come back to La going, what the hell, what are you talking about? When you tried it again and he goes there. You come back to you week, tell more about your family and okay, and you just keep going through that and realize, okay, you're not going to be working, as that became. Stand up there and then and other clubs and you make other friends and I ended up on the road for two years, which not three minutes. You a half. And you, the CUNIES, are not talking at night because if they don't like you, like when I was up in Modesto, California, were raider fans were sitting, and you realize they're not laughing and that's a bad thing. Yeah, Oh, you're UNCROL. That the bad tait a little too close to home. I'm sorry about that. So what does what made you decide to start writing books? Yeah, it was. It was a chance to okay, so, if you knew about script writing and sitcoms and teachers, they're all different. How many sketches? They're all very cliffic. They have a beginning, middle on an end. And meanwhile, as a comedian, just as an observer life, and I'm writing out of the observations and you start to tell things and you start to have a rant going on in your head. Are Yeah, you are a just a run of something on whatever the subject is. And so I used to love the books put up by Comedians, Woody Allen crtain and it. John Street even did me on naked pickures of famous people and they were just thirt, twenty, twenty. Ask Me our sketches throughout. Twenty entries in a book something like that and you know, a few pages each. So I went on the road to do comedy and I wrote a book. I had just left my day job and they say don't leave Your Day job and I would actually report I recommend not leaving a day job, but I did it anyways. And so I'm going to sell this on the road and realize people coming to comedy clubs don't really read. That's why they're going to comedy clubs. So, yes, I still have boxes of books from to secent the year two thousand, two thousand and one, and but you know, the chance to put everything down that I had an idea for and I thought would get a laugh, and that's you know, basically always been my goal is to do. When I mentioned the stage show, it's just to entertain people and do what I think is funny and what I think is going to get people but laughing. And if it's a book, and again a book is not it for me. It hasn't had to be as scientifically crafted. Now I'm...

...writing a novel now and it they does need to be a little bit more following of the rules. You know, you can't just write a blog entry for three hundred pages and and then I did this and then I did that. You need characterizations and plot points and twist and terms and you know that's a little bit more regimented, but you can still kind of it's your chapter. It doesn't have to end us. The script has to end on tapes one hundred ten. A book can go few extra pages. You talk about this, put this input, take that out and some, especially when it's just me talking about comedic things like the one of the shorts I've always loved to is called Thor's exploration and it's sore in the leading the Viking ships from Scandinavia all the way to the new world and after just running out of it I mean they're miserable and they're running out of their rations and there nick in there. They hate each other and they are so happy they get to the new land and they kiss the ground that they're there and saying things right now that we finally made it. We have to get word to our brothers that were safe and how that they can join us, and then they realize the only way to do that is to get back into boat and sing all that to tell them we made it. So, you know, just a funny little stick, but but that's what I like. You got your any audio books coming up from you? Yeah, this is where I could use your help. I would love to do these these versions in an audiobook. I did one that was I think that would be great, called it was a book of my personal essays of humiliation called not the life for me, like the turn I reported for my home almost got support level fish and I think they were tagged for weeks, even though I grew up here and and officially in American systems, you know. So it's essays like that and then the time I well, let's see it. So when I grow through time without any breaks, that's the first one speak. And so this is. That's a book that would be great on the Audio Book and I just need to sit down and get my studio. And Yeah, I went to las and to fix one of my breaks and they fix they said, oh, we gotta, if you do the left, you got to do the right and they they gave me two faulty breaks. So I left. I went there with breaks to still worked and I left with breaks didn't work and I found this out at the second traffic light and I could not stop and fortunately I survived, miraculously. I think my my skill at pole position on audio video games as a kid helped put that anyways, these are these are some funny stays that I did and and that would be good in a an audiobook.

So, but nothing yet. Some day. Thank you for for sure. No, I know it's just getting bigger and bigger and now with audio books and podcast and stuff like that, people don't want to read. Yeah, I want to just, you know, be more passive. So personally I don't agree either. So that was on. I would read through an article, I read the captions, any pictures kind the caption and go I'm good here. Pretty much. So what was your best selling book? So far. The best seller is international. was called the Boston goal best seller. The Red Sox fans are from ours. Yankees fans are from ranus. So wasn't it wasn't New York Times best seller. You just didn't accept that a word right. I wasn't allowed because they want me dead. There it is that that would be. That was the afterstock. I thought on and I thought and I worked oneing and I crossed how to talk to Yankee Fan for many, many months in my head. I mean that was just like building up and then from there, I think you know, that's something on Red Sox fans and I was a lot of masterial for red smocks university. The publisher before Red Sox University was about me at the shows. That hadn't been on the shelf yet. Make you need to do another one. I said, I don't have anything else. So obviously, you know, you go to the bookstore when you get inspired again, not reading the books but the captions or the titles. Yeah, and I saw men from ours, women from ben't. That's something that so it was the after thought I put together. You know, you kind of repackaged with purpose and but you know, take it in the template. That was MENA from ours, women are from teams, and it ended up being the best selling. An interesting pot that I've figured out. People would rather hate then love. Yeah, because red s university is kind of a just a cooky to red stock forms didn't sell as well as how can we get those Yankee fans? You know, this is these are great gifts to holidays, birthday and you know, nobody wants to know about themselves. They want to bash the other team. So that's how to talk three Yankees. Sucks. Fans are from ours where the two big ones. But yeah, that one I'm grateful for. So it just came about because the publisher said do something else. Yeah, that makes sense, even though don't make sense, but it makes sense. Yeah, I know it's isn't it? We brought up to love. Yeah, guess that's not in the US vocabulary. Yeah, no, kidding, but before we get to political. Yeah, but yeah, you know us a you know, it sucks. That's us and it's funny. I didn't have anything more for books, but I thought, you know, if if all the books are being, you know, given out, like, nobody needs to buy the book twice to be given it for two birthdays, but I thought birthday is people also with the books. They'll get a greeting card. So I've...

...come up with these sports rivalry greeting CARDSCOM and I have some. I started with Red Sox Yankee greeting cards. So it's one where a tree is fallen on the cover and it says I'm sorry that I tree on your birthday at tree had to stop down in order to make this card and you open it up and it's fallen on the house. To Be Yankee Fan and say, well, I'm not that sorry man. Yeah, yeah, homeless hatred. It's all about hatred for anyways. So so last year you release three books, right, yeah, and last year was it was there were three books sitting in I like to call it in the queue. I you look at files and after writing for so long, there have been times when I've written projects, and I'm not saying these projects all sold, most of them have not. You just keep writing, writing, writing, and getting it like cheurning out, like wheel, just running, running, running, and you know something squirts out, you know, a book squirts out there and you forget our script. And so I was looking at files and I was like what is this the the fallback plan with the heck and every you know, it's a script on the road that I forgot all about. But also the books which were half done. I Del Puberty, the the book of essays. I have all these essays. Okay, let me let me put those together. It's gone a while since I since I put something out. So that one, the other one, and then a book of just the essays I was writing. My Red Sox K books got me a job writing for Yahoo sports lost world, and so I said, well, you know, it was nice if people read it when it was posted, when he of these were posted, but I want to have it in one, you know, one portfolio. So I wrote the book don't Talk Sports at the dinner table. Yeah, which you know speaks to how we talked. We say, Oh, we never talked. What is it? Politics and religion. They're up there as well. So that's where the title comes from and it's my favorite cover. That I that I've gotten to do. So got so, yeah, I seen it was pretty cool. Thank you. So so. So two of the books weren't sports books. So inspired you to write those and I know you just said before that you're working on a novel now. So what's that? Old? Yeah, Oh, yeah, well, the novel is on. Okay, novels, and I'll answer the second question of the first question second. But the novel we grew up in in Boston, where I grew up in Boston, not we as the entire audience, but and the every argust they have the two fun which is for kids with cancer. That's yeah, I had an agent for my books and she's not my age, Amere rece's great a support of baseball fan. That's why she...

...comes on the first book because she was red socks fan living in New York. But she said, you know, you should do a kids book on baseball and it seems like your style and probably be good. And having trouble coming up in an idea. But Um, there were, you know, you see moments where big poppy goes to visit the kids in the hospital and every August of the players doing this and they're always raising millions of dollars. So I thought about a book about a player who goes to visit it kids stricken with cancer and the kid asks get a hit for me. Just seems like a thing a kid would do. And so the player we've been in a slump, gets a hit, then another and another, and he realized he keeps going back to the kids and the kid keeps saying get hits on me. So, as players are very superstitious, this becomes his routine. Yeah, so it helps him to get hits, but now they hits about keeping the kid alive. Yeah, and this takes place in one thousand nine hundred and sixty, when cancer's not the you know, so curable, and I wouldn't stay curable now, but it was not so tutable. Yeah. So so it becomes is, you know, what keeps the kid alive. There is an element to face. You know those fans that stayed alive for the Red Sox till two thousand and four and the cups two thousand and sixteen, right, you know where I forty years ago, and now I can finally go hundred and forty. I know. You know, they're like a hundred and three. My grandfather was the opposite. He was a one thousand nine hundred and eighteen to two thousand and three. So he was like, I can't take it anymore. That's crazy. But yeah, so that's done. And then the one inspired me for other books. One of them is Hollywood trimmer Um, and that is when asten homewood. From time you begin to pick up, I mean so much the culture. That's the same thing with the Red Sox Yank well, knowing every aspect, every moment, every you know, the understanding, the subtext and the subtleties, and and that's what Hollywood became. So I said I'll do the same thing. I did accept that with the Red Sox in books. Let me do it for living in Hollywood. You know, again with humor underlying meetings, because people think in Hollywood when you say it's interesting, if you say, hey, Paul, let's do lunch, which is a thing, let's let's get lunch, let's have lunch, that lunch, you go yes, we're in we'll probably get lunch together. But if we say yeah, let's do runs, let's definitely do lunch. Once you put indefinitely, it is the negator. It's that means duffer a hundred percent. We're not getting lunch, and people you start to pay attention to it and you notice, guys. I think's my theory. And then you put it, you know, the hypothesis, and and you just start to talk to one person and he says it, you can. That's interesting. That's what I was thinking. Another okay, is...

...everybody just messing with me? Because he did. You all get together and because that's what it is. When you say definitely, yeah, yeah, definitely, definitely, you realize, yeah, we're not getting lunch. Yeah, you know in Boston, in the northeast, you know, New York, I don't like you, we're not getting lunch, but but out there it's all. No, definitely, definitely, yeah, definitely said it up. Okay, so that's that's why I wrote that. It just there were too many instances the like this, about a hundred eighty pages worth of that. So yeah, that's how book comes up. Yeah, I mean you ride a million of those if you're living in different parts of things. Exactly. If I had all my life, I would be writing all the the sports fan rivalries and all the you know, just when people moved to who knows, memphis, and some sort of stuff about Memphis, memphis primer. Sure. Also, I wrote the book and I was calling it Hollywood drimer. Apparently it's pronounced primmer, which I found out after he came out. So just a little English lesson for you. So let's just jump into some baseball questions once you got anything else more to say out about book. I have nothing else. Do you know when I that new book is coming out or not? Know? That is at the beginning of the process, that that the research is done. I talked to doctors in as Israel and then the children's phone, as you know, find out. Okay, what can I get away with? It's funny. I do talk to him the children's Hospital in La also. He was he was great because he consulted on a movie before. I don't know if you remember, before our time. Really boy in the plastic bubble was John Travolta. Do you remember that? But yeah, okay. And so this doctor, Doctor Siegel, I believe, he consulted on that and he watched the movie and he said, or he's had a script and he said, you know, I see what you've done. I'm not sure it would be okay if the boy had sex in the bubble and the screenwriter goes, listen, doc, you's stick to curing kids and I'll stick to movie writing. Okay. So for all that, you see that, you know got to be accurate. You can also take some liberties. Yeah, so anyways, I'm at that process of just, you know, juggling a few projects, but one of them is the novel, and hopefully it'll be done in about six months or a year, depending on how fasting it to it. And that's only a first past. So yeah, how long does it usually take for like a full book to be complete and published and released? Yeah, it's funny. Depends on what your brain has accumulated. I mean there is the first rents book, I think was written in six weeks, because it's just like you already need here all the ideas, just when I call the crap draft. Yah, put them all out there and then you start to choosel it's you've got a big block of clay and then, you know, you start to Chisel away at that. But yeah, screenplay is about six months and you know, s Gret us,...

...that's about a hundred ten pages, like I said. So you do sitclong on thirty pages, give or take thirty, thirty two three times, and that you could probably do. And you know, six weeks when it's a Polish so you know, a couple weeks to write it and then and then you just spitch shine it. But if you're working on a show, you don't have that kind of fear always juggling either rewriting somebody's own scripter or writing or so love about you know, a week or two. Yeah, man, that's doable. Yeah, you know, for for again, just getting it in the ballpark. Once you're there. It's all about rewriting. So let's jump into these baseball questions. How far? How far do you think the Red Sox are going the year? Yeah, that's I think the furthest go go is Anaheim by plane. But it's they are a talented team. There's something missing. So I think I just I see the alcs as a as as a sticking point. Now then brows, he could make some move, but the deadline. But I wonder if you see them as well as just I mean the David Chris Lacking, which I never liked, David truck yeah, only because he those poorly in the playoffs. Yeah, and they say, no, this guy's a game or he's true former. Soi Young winner. Yeah, and now he's not even doing well. Plus he was, how old was he kind of around thirty, so right before thirty, because they ironically they gave up John Lester. Well, they didn't sign him so they could go out and get price and lester was named. Who could sure of the week in the NAL was that? I mean we got sale. But yeah, it's it's a problem. So there they I love that they're hitting, but Um, and they still to be having fun. Always is the key to have, you know, the play of the teams having falls because, as they've been or the old red sons for twenty four caps, twenty four players of the s. So there is that. But things nowadays you need a natural disaster, our tragedy, in order to motivate the team, to galvanize that the team in the city. But we don't want that. Just want to win. So I'll say alcs and the Yankees to worry me. So you saying they're only going to the LCUS. I think that would be reasonable. You know, I think that's that's a good goal of the world series. Cells can go, but I yeah, it's something that's when you super regulars, these records out the window. Yeah, and you just hope that you've got you know that sale and Porcello is you know, for Sello it's kind a four point low low for Zra. Yeah, and that's your you know, always with many wins, but giving up four rooms in the playoffs, a ssuming that he stuck to that is not, you know, your best bet. So that leaves you know, in Sale October. He's he's the guy ways a buck twelve, you know, soaking wet. So you hope that is iron holds out. I know Pedros...

...is to do fine, knock on wood, but until later, but we'll see. So that's high prediction. Lock it down. So who's your world series prediction? Yeah, that's that's a good question. You can eliminate. Not Seattle, I think. You know, they're a little playing above there. There's pay grade right now. You know, I love Terry Francona. I never put put it past them that that they could make a run, because last year they didn't. Um, I'm not going to think the gods. WHO's get back there? But and it's and it's kind of a looking how I head shown all this, like you. You know, it's probably why I'm not on ESPN, because they like it's a thirty minute show. You've got to make any make it prediction. But you know, Houston, it's they are really good and and you know I always hate, you know, something always happens. I always hate to choose the the repeat champion. Hasn't happened in a long time. But I mean these guys may seem they want to repeat and I think they can do it. But outside of that, Atlanta is coming on. I mean they then a couple years. That would be an easy pick for me. But all right, so let's just say anybody but the mess. That's my prediction. So Houston as anybody. But that's yeah, yes, I think Houston's going to win and the red sex will make the alcyes Houston and the Yankees perhaps, I think. Yes, yeah, you know, I like like dodgings and angels, I mean angels. You know, I have a lot of fair with a fans, but they've since held onto a few since two thousand too. So that's it's, you know, enough for me to, you know, like them and I love my soaks. Just so you know, why not? Any of any of the southern California teams can make a run and I would support that. What about your MVP predictions? Are and now al and it a yeah, yeah, the AL I think. You know, they gotta go. I think, Mooky. I was going to say I was going to say JD Martinez. Oh my gosh, that's yeah, you can good point. You Imagine how hundred twenty five million for what he's doing. And that was that a third of what Stanton is getting. Yeah, yeah, and you know, but yeah, but Mooky, I mean I you know, my Dros was great, but the NL Oh, that's that one. HMM. Harper's not go pulling his weight this year, is he? Yeah, like two sentences. Gosh, I think that's a toss up. Yeah, I can't, yeah, I can't even. Yeah, that's that's going to be in. I got Paul Golds may coming back. Yeah, because fire. Yeah, exactly, but yeah, he was a little school but I mean Goldschmid is is great, I think. I think he's one of the most underrated in the league. Absolutely, and you know they they the dodgers, talk about you know, any of their fellow nl West teams like there,...

...you know, Yankees, tack Oh will have him next year. YEA, all wouldn't be you know when he'll sign with us? Definite. Myself think dogs us some looking on his contracts up, but I hope, I hope they stick around. Arizona. They yeah, they could, they could make a run and he would be a major factor, but you'd have to get have to show up in the playoffs as well, and I know he had some trouble last year. So so my last question is I'm I'm from Connecticut. So what kind of fan do you think I am? depends. There is the munths dewey line, there's the Mason Didson mine for the North South and the months Dow Line for Connecticut. So it depends on if you're on the west side of the Munson and it's basically the what the Connecticut River down to Hartford. So which side of you on? I mean the southern Connecticut, Southern Connecticut. Okay, so I'm just gonna just Kinda take a stab and say you're a Yankee Fan. Yep, yeah, I do not. I know. But where? Again, it's about love, you know. I think if you read the Yankies fans, you're not from Uranus. I know that. Yeah, from Connecticut. They're different places. It's, you know, in and again it's I on the I want the battles again. I Want Pedro throwne at somebody. I'm from Dream Garcia, attacking a guy in the worker because he's John Adam, you know, you want Thurn Zimmer to be body slammed. Hey, maybe not that violence. I you know, and Kevin Ucolis, I think the other yeah, I think the other problem is a lot of them are like friendly and friends. Now like that in general, but it was and that any of them have a like Roger Clemons, like the absent. But no. But yeah, you want something that that Spurs. Well, okay, I'll shout selfishly it's first book sales, but at the same time it's just it has. There are eighteen games. You that they're playing with each other. Everyone what it was. I think let's see six and maybe twelve, which, you know, made it more and now it's just watering it down. It made it more intense back then. But you know, short of that, as long as they face eaturner in the players, it's going to be fun and I think we're at a point. The red stocks ever had a chance of catching the Yankees Championship count in, you know, three of my own lifetimes, then I do like I don't want the Yankees to win, but you know what, if you guys win and then we win and you guys, it's all off. Water are under the bridge. It's just, you know, makes for a good season and and let's let's enjoy and then let's talk a little trash while I want it. Yeah, I'm hoping for the Yankees, red SOx alcs this year. You Go. Right. Well, that would be nice and that's I mean, obviously depends on the seating. But wait, could they...

...because they're the same? Oh Yeah, I could, actually, I want it. Could only be in the alcs anyways. Doesn't matter, it's regardless, right. Yeah, yeah, so there you go. Yeah, I know that's the way, trying to figure out what they're doing. And you know what they might do on me. You'll coming down to seven innings. Perhaps you know it's that, which I don't think they will, but yeah, just to keep the kids engage. I still love going in the ballpark and just drawing for nine innings. I might done out for six of the innings, but hey, just being there great thing. I appreciate you coming on the show and work if people find you, and where could they find your books? Oh Yeah, thanks, Paul. Thanks for having me. Taking my name. Andy and loss was ill if put together, and also check out sports rivalry reading CARDSCOM and and loss. This WorldCom is my all purpose go to see everything I'm working on and all the stuff I've done. So it's my home page. Gotta I'll be putting in the buy up the wink. Thanks man. Yeah, I appreciate it. It's fun.

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