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Saturday, May 28, 2005
LILY AND ME...[HUMBLE COUGH]

There's a nice interview up here with Barbara Hall. (You have to click on the link on the upper-righthand side, where they spell our name wrong.) This is my favorite part...

FAITH: Tell us about your conversion to Catholicism.

BH: I was born and raised Methodist. I went through the RCIA process – I was taught by an ex-nun. She was much like the ex-nun who appears on Joan of Arcadia, but wasn’t into surfing and smoking like that character is.


It makes me want to run out and buy a pack of Marlboros.

[Did I spell that right?]