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Topic - Steve Marantz
"When he needed to be consulted," Marantz writes, "[Manager] Pat Petronelli called Hagler's neighbor, who relayed the question and called back with an answer."
One day, after he'd had to deliver two or three messages, he told Petronelli, "I hope this is the last question — I'm getting exhausted."