Jeff Zen, Bohemia, Stephen Russell discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show


And no break. Shores of Bohemia. Which is the name of the book. It's a fun read. I want to finish it. I might finish it, listening to Jeff zen in my year as I walk around the Charles river or maybe in wealthy, but it's a fun read and it brings back a time that a lot of people don't realize the real roots of the outer cape and its fascinating to find all these incredible people in one place and that their work is still being carried on in the tradition of making the country a better country through whatever means people are able to do so. Again, I congratulations on the book. It's a great read, and I encourage folks to go out and get it. You know, the willfully general market runs a really nice bookstore. Yes. Stephen Russell. Yeah. Jimmy, it's been a privilege, you know? We've known each other a long time, but we've never done one of these. No, we never have. So it's a lot of fun. By the way, that's where I got the book. I got it was 15% off down at the wellfleet general market. It used to be Lima's. I still call it limas and Steven Russell sold it to me. He says, I said, why is it 15% off? He goes, we do 15% off to all the new publications. I said, what a great deal. And that's another way that the town supports the arts. So Ike, thank you so much for joining us today. Congratulations, continued success, and I'll see you on the shores of Bohemia. I'm looking forward to that. Thank you for joining us today. This has been a humor for humanity, production. Our mission is your mission, humor for humanity. Jimmy tingle dot com. Thank you.

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