'Ed's real name was Edgar Jansons. He worked at a television repair store on the second main road of the second largest suburb of a large regional town in Victoria, Australia (a country in Oceania, south of the equator). He was Latvian, and identified as such. He would say: "Why I am Latvian, of course," as if expecting the thickness of his accent to penetrate the thickness of years of ingrained racial prejudice and lax education standards. He owned the television repair business, which was named: Telemarket...'