Ross, welcome to this cool network thing dan started here. i have a daughter who lives in brooklyn so i went to your myspace to see what kind of stuff you were doing so i could maybe check it out next time i am up visiting her. very nice work. i will be sure and check your calender and maybe catch a show next time i am in the city. ed
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