Audio: A Totally Professional Conversation with John Axford

Both the present author and Brewers reliever John Axford are professionals in their respective fields. As a result, any and all conversations conducted between them are, by definition, professional conversations.

Like this one, for example, conducted minutes ago in the Brewers clubhouse and largely concerning foreign film:

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Carson Cistulli occasionally publishes spirited ejaculations at The New Enthusiast.

5 Responses to “Audio: A Totally Professional Conversation with John Axford”

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  1. Schwartz says:

    Fantastic job, Cistulli.

    But do all Canadians tend to be this prolix?

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  2. Human says:

    This was excellent.

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  3. Nick says:

    I also studied film and currently do a job that has absolutely no relation to it at all, I have something in common with an MLB All-Star!

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  4. marshall edwards says:

    I saw the Erotic Curveball open for the Most Hittable Fastball at Miller Park, 2012. As a Brewer fan of the way too loyal sort, Axford is exactly my kind of human. I just hope he can return to being exactly my kind of reliever. Never go up against a Canadian film-buff reliever when death is on the line!

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  5. Marlene Buechel says:

    I know virtually nothing about film, but I greatly admire John Axford as an intelligent and multi-faceted human being. As a Milwaukee baseball fan since 1953 (Yes, I am that old!) watching John Axford at his best has been a highlight of those many years.

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