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Ameni Rozsa : "Radio was made for the lonely,

the displaced and the out of touch. Its sound is our guardian angel, ubiquitous but unassuming. We move about our business while radio patiently follows. Its persistence soothes even our most sudden and sharp-edged isolations, softens the spaces between our souls and the ever-distant walls. In these ways, radio is forgiving, and the lonely are in need of forgiveness." Tangetially related, since the link is to a story about The National Story Project, I saw Paul Auster speak from his home in Brooklyn in the days that followed September 11. He was being interviewed by the television arm of Radio Canada and I was pleasantly surprised to discover that he speaks excellent French. It was just one of those tiny moments that you cling to when it feels like everything else sucks...

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