Heading Out

October 27th, 2004 | mobilesignals

Off to San Francisco at the crack of sparrowshit tomorrow morning, and not back until Nov 6. Don’t email me, as it’s unlikely I’ll receive it.

If you need contact on business matters, please contact my agent Angela Cheng Caplan at angela@chengcaplanco.com or my manager Aaron Michiel at aaron1050@aol.com.

See you at Spookycon at the weekend, maybe.

— W


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probably from the pub


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