Raymann: Her name is Argus Bovopeep Erica, and so her name,
in short is Erica.
Alex Chadwick: Erica?.
Alex Chadwick: Toward the end of summer, everything is grown,
everything is ready for display.
Chadwick: It looks like Erica feels this interview is over.
Jean Raymann: Yes
Chadwick: At the state fair, they give blue ribbons for the
best produce and the finest animals. Why aren't there prizes for
what people have to say?
Bramwell: You know, I'm nervous. I'll be honest with you, it's
the most -- it's the scariest thing I've ever done in my life, it
Alex Chadwick : retiring?
Bramwell : Yep. I was thinking, too, a friend of mine, he taught
me this. He said, you know, his wife, he looks out in the morning
at breakfast, and he says, you know, "Why don't we go make out or
something?" And she says, "I've got a headache" and he
says "That's all right, I've got time, I'll wait." So, he just sits
there across the table and stares at her until she gives in. I can't
wait to try it. I'm just dying -- in fact, I'll do it the next morning.
If I retire the 23rd, you know what I'm going to be doing on the
24th. I'll either be doing it, or I'll be waiting. So, I'm just
gonna tell her, say, "I've got time until your headache's gone or
when you feel comfortable."
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