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So cool!!!! As a long-time fan of your blog, I'm so excited for you and for everyone getting a chance to read these amazing entries. I'll definitely tune in tomorrow. Thanks, Michael!
Michael,It's so great to be recognized for your work. It is much deserved.Best,Timothy Gager
Thank you, Maggie. I always know I've written a good one when you comment. And thank you, Timothy. I know you understand what it's like.
I'll be listening next week. Congratulations!All the best,Kenp.s. Thank you for your description of a runner's high! That was a perfect answer; just what I was looking for.
Thanks, Ken and Lizzie. And, Ken, I'm glad that description helped.
I can't wait to gingerly place my cheek on my radio speaker and nuzzle the volume knob with my nose. Ok. Not really. You rock.
I heard the interview today and was reminded of Orson Scott Card's "Speaker for the Dead." In the far future, any human colonist can request a speaker from the home world to come, investigate the deceased, and then speak that person's life, good and bad, at a public ceremony. The concept's stayed with me for years, it's so compelling. Who wouldn't want that? I think you're onto something.
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