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Watching all of this unfold, I can only hope that this whole ordeal might make an episode of RFB... Silver lining, you know.
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Sorry to hear about this, Wil. Anything that my husband or I have lost in public has never been returned, so I'm a little pessimistic about your odds of receiving a response from whomever holds your Kindle. People are dicks.
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I admit I was somehow willing to believe that people were just posting bolded comments for some reason... Good job :D
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Thanks for the new episode of RFB, Wil! I love it! I also thought I'd mention that I enjoy the non-edit shows the most. You're hilarious and I'd hate to miss out on anything. Looking forward to more when you have the time :) /feed
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Ha, this is great. Like so many others, I am a huge fan of cats (I am a servant to four of them) and I find that your feline comments in general are simply awesome. Cat + D&D = a level of win I had not encountered until today. ...My cats just knock pens off my desk or lay on my paperwork to let me know that they don't appreciate my alternate interests.
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RFB is the best! I sincerely hope you will find the time and inspiration to record new episodes. I came upon the podcasts about three months ago, so I must say thank you for such an awesome trove of entertainment. I am super excited at the prospect of new material and will continue to share your work with my friends :)
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Hey Wil! I love your writing and always look forward to a new blog post. Your personal stories are awesome - but I'm going to use my comment to suggest writing short (or flash, if you will) fiction to get the process rolling again. I really enjoyed 239 Sycamore St. and Hunter. I don't know if this will help at all, but when I find myself wanting but unable to write I like to screw with my perspective. I pretend I'm writing a campaign (you know, for my friends that refuse to play D&D anymore) - I figure if I can come up with an adventure that would keep the interest of players, it might be readable all on its own, too. I find I'm less resistant to throwing babblish ideas at the page and worry a lot less about the final product. This tactic eventually brings my attention to something more manageable. Maybe I decide I can drop the fantasy world entirely, having created a character that I want to transition to some other realm. Or write something "deep" about the human condition. Whatever. Oh! Or maybe you could throw out some ideas in a Radio Free Burrito podcast and see what kind of feedback you get. It's often much easier to vocalize creative thoughts - writing has this wonderful ability to stop us in our tracks when we notice our typos and grammar fails. So...okay. Didn't mean to cause a flood there. Seriously, though, I feel the need to directly express: RFB! I am so in love with your podcast, new episodes would be amazing
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