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GK: Right after this message from Fritz Electronics. Lots of people have the new iPhone—the one that talks to you.
SS (SIRI): Hi. This is Siri. What can I help you with?
FN: I'm looking for a grocery store.
GK: But Siri isn't good for everybody. Some people would rather not have a woman telling them what to do.
SS (SIRI): It's right there. The grocery store. You're looking right at it. What's the problem?
GK: Now there's an alternative. The mPhone—the phone that talks to you in a man's voice.
TR (ROBOT): Hi. I'm Larry. What's goin' on?
GK: Larry's a straight shooter. No games. He just tells you what he thinks.
SS: Larry—where can I adopt a cat?
TR (ROBOT): What you want is a dog.
SS: I don't want a dog. I want a cat.
TR (ROBOT): If you get a cat, you're never going to find a husband.
TR (ROBOT): Get a dog. A German Wirehaired Pointer.
GK: Larry talks to you just like a real man would.
SS: Larry—where is this movie theater?
TR (ROBOT): We're almost there.
SS: You said that 10 minutes ago.
TR (ROBOT): We're even closer now.
SS: We're lost, aren't we? Just admit it.
TR (ROBOT): We are not lost.
SS: I don't believe you. Show me a map.
TR (ROBOT): I don't need a map.
SS: Larry, we are so late! Why don't you just admit that you're lost?!
TR (ROBOT): I am not lost. In fact, I know a great shortcut. I think.
SS (OFF): No!!!! Larry!!
GK: That's the mPhone, featuring Larry: he's just like a real man would. Available now at Fritz Electronics.
Lovingly selected from the earliest archives of A Prairie Home Companion, this heirloom collection represents the music from earliest years of the now legendary show: 1974–1976. With songs and tunes from jazz pianist Butch Thompson, mandolin maestro Peter Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and the first house band, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas and Mary DuShane).