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Garrison Keillor calls impressionist Jim Meskimen and forgets the question




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Keillor and "A Prairie Home Companion" in the 1970s.
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The words "incautiously," "rhubarb," and "behind" figure prominently in the latest celebrity interview by Off-Ramp's favorite impressionist, Jim Meskimen:

Jim Meskimen field a call from Garrison Keillor

By the way, Garrison's successor, Chris Thile, brings A Prairie Home Companion to the Pasadena Civic this Saturday. If you were wondering about this new fellow, now's your chance to see what the fuss is about. And if you weren't that into Garrison, Thile has freshened up the show without losing its essence. Here's my Off-Ramp interview with Thile.



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