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I sat down recently with Confabulation Mtl‘s Leigh Kinch-Pedrosa to talk about the usual nonsense – wine, butchery, me being a fraud. Some of the more incoherent bits got edited out, including me attempting to articulate the old May ’68 slogan “I take my desires for reality because I believe in the reality of my desire” as a mantra for wine amateurism, but you can  check out the rest of the interview over at Salon .II.

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