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Okay, but I'm not commenting over there anymore, it's lonely. Did you come up with a catchy ending?
Comment here!My challenging idea of a catchy ending is the long-goodbye-hard-to-leave riff. Haven't you noticed???
I listen to your voice and I feel like taking notes.
I listened to it while cleaning my house! And, Ann, if you decide (for whatever reason) to review "A Return to Modesty," I have a used copy I can send you.
I thought you were just searching for an ending not finding it hard to leave, but then, this is me. Not a bit suprising is it? Just Please, Please, Please, don't end it by saying "Courage"
Paul, give me credit for my affectation. Actually, in the new podcast, the ending gets cut off. I don't know how that happened.
Best one yet. Your tone of bemused curiosity - at the world around you, at yourself, your blog, your commenters - is infectious and makes walking the dog a lot more fun. I suppose wanting a daily AA podcast is just me being greedy.
This is your best podcast so far, a lot of relaxed personality being projected. Laughter. Excellent.Terrible ending, so abrupt, I'm thinking either liberals, not likely, or jealous law professors, more likely, pulled the cord.I had to look up that word, affectation - that's not you.
Yeah, something happened to the ending in the final transfer!
Yes for some reason, it was easier to clean the kitchen with an Althouse podcast going off in the background.There's a lot to be said about podcasting- not least that you can mulit-task. No doubt this is why radio is still an effective broadcasting medium; you can do things while you listen.Blog-reading, on the other hand, chews up so much of the day... So three cheers for podcasting!
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