Irwin Corey Audio Excerpts:

  The Prof. on Frued
Although the Professor did write a treatus on "Sex:it's origin and application," this quote actually explains how it all began.
 
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  The Prof. on Geography
The Professor offers a resolution to many of the modern problems emminating from that geographical part of the United States.
 
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  The Prof. on The Language Baricade
At last, an explaination for even those for whom communication is not their native language.
 
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  The Prof. on Henry Miller
Though regarded as a literary giant, the Professor has found a quote from the author that has not only economic but far-reaching geo-political dimensions.
 
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  The Prof. on Life
It's care, cure and Prevention.
 
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  The Prof. on Death
and its religious demensions.
 
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  The Prof. on Einstein
Relativly speaking.
 
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  The Prof.'s Philosophy
Irwin Corey, Mayor Daily and Al Capone. Actually, I'm not afraid of guns, it's them bullets that scare the s*©+ out of me.
 
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  The Prof. on The Bard
A quote actually written by Sir Francis Bacon, or was it
Christopher Marlowe?
 
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  The Prof. For Pynchon
1974 National Book Awards, Fiction Citation for
Gravity's Rainbow and a Crown of Feathers, Isaac Beshevis Singer and Studs
TurKal. The full speach will be released on the upcoming Village Vanguard CD.
 
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  The Prof. on Geography (Again)
Better than a compass, the ultimate advise to travelers, (even those using out-of-date maps!).
 
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