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March 14, 2005

Baby Talk with Famous P.

In a break from the recent string of amusing interviews with fellow law students, the latest edition of Ambivalent Voices features a conversation with Famous P., an old friend from graduate school who became a new father just three months ago. Famous P. and I talk about how he got his nickname and what it's like to be a father for the very first time. Click below to listen, or right-click to download the mp3.


Famous P. and I always have a lot to talk about, so stay tuned for future episodes in which he may explain why the world misunderstood Hegel for the last 150 years, why graduate school in English is both a paradise on earth and a soul-sucking self-flagellation, and the art of pouring a truly wonderful Tucher Bräu. If you would like to be part of a future episode of Ambivalent Voices, please drop me a line. (Use the email link in the top right of this page.) It's lots of fun. I promise! Technotes: This podcast was recorded by phone via I added bumpers via Garageband and compressed the mp3 in iTunes. Baby sounds are courtesy of here and the Absolute Sound Effects Archive. To subscribe to Ambivalent Voices in a podcast aggregator, add this link to your aggregator's subscription list. In addition to being able to access these recordings via the Ambivalent Voices Slapcast page, you can also find the local posts about each recording conveniently collected in the voices category here on ai.

Posted March 14, 2005 07:37 AM | voices

Thanks! Congratulations, Famous P! I remember, oh so vividly, each of my daughters' births and their infancy. What a lovely time of life you're in right now. It's good that she dominates everything. All too soon (god, I know how trite this sounds!!!!) she will be grown and you'll hunger for even a phone call.

Posted by: Denise at March 14, 2005 09:23 PM

adorable! i need to listen to more fathers talk about how awesome their children are. it's so sweet.

Posted by: monica at March 15, 2005 12:57 AM

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