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Those Guys Have All The Fun, a 700-plus page book about the history of ESPN, hits bookstores on Tuesday, May 24. (You can order it here.) I was lucky enough to get a copy yesterday right before SI.com media reporter Richard Deitsch and I interviewed author James Andrews Miller. (For tidbits from the book, scroll through my Twitter feed.) Miller talks about what went into his reporting, the feuds that are highlighted throughout the book (Chris Berman vs. Tony Kornheiser is a doozy), the debacle known as The Decision, how Deadspin is like "crack cocaine" to ESPNers and much more. You can listen below, download it on iTunes or download it to your mp3 player.

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