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Bourdain at the Keswick, Comments?

Bacchus101 | | Feb 15, 2011 06:54 AM

We found Anthony interesting, smart, and quite capable of holding ones attention with his observations and personal charm (charm?). He sold out the house and the house seemed to love him. Having read his recent book we found some redundancy, but that is to be expected, call it consistency. We enjoyed the later travel oriented segment and his tips to the traveler on how to respect their host country was right on point and may contribute to improvement of the "Ugly American" stereotype. He was gracious in taking numerous questions from long lines of inquisitors. He definitely has "the common touch" while his phrasing, vocabulary and observations show more of his qualification to be accepted at Radcliffe( very tough entrance/although a short timer) than of his days as a Bridge and Tunnel guy from Jersey with a drug problem. His profanity is so natural he could seem disingenuous without it. Good show! IMHO

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