Very nice! You have an expressive voice. You could read audiobooks for a living, in case the billions from the Boyer lawsuit doesn't materialize. hahaha
Rick, I just heard about the first half of your podcast, and I must say... very cool! You are a great reader... on top of being such a great writer! Your dialogue... I always say it, don't I?And, I also wanted to mention I stopped by the site of your new journal and it's looking good. The first issue is due out 6/1, I think? I look forward to reading that first issue. Hurrah for taking such a bold step, Rick!Nevine
Thanks, Nevine. First time I've ever done anything like this.
That's a great podcast voice. I didn't used to notice stuff like that but these days I pay more attention to peoples'voices and what the sound invokes in my mind. This one made me think of classical music stations and introspecitve thoughts. Nice.Jai
What a nice thing to say, Jai. Thanks so much- it makes me feel like a classy guy!
Well done. Sounds very professional, and a great story too.
Interesting post! I would stumble over my words, you read so clearly.
Hey, Charles- for the next podcast, I'm adding music. Then, the dance routine, which will be hard to see through the speaker, I admit, but it will be there.I might be getting carried away.
I bet you'd do a great job, Glynis. In fact, once you got started I don't think we'd be able to stop you. I'm giving you ideas, aren't I?
grand tale, bro!one nit: unless it truly IS silverware, methinks the term is 'flatware'....
Thanks laughingwolf. And yep, it was real, very real silverware! :)
nice to be rich, i guess? ;)
Now if only I was that rich, laughingwolf.
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