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Podcast request: anecdotes and stories

 
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Paul and Jocelyn, I know your busy, but I'm selfish: my favourite parts of any podcast is the side stories and anecdotes. Can I be so bold as to request a podcast of *only* anecdotes and side stories? Talk about your pre-Wheaton lab lives, stories from Mt. Spokane and Seattle, early mentors, trials and tribulations, projects, biggest gardening mistake, biggest success... basically, anything. Or, does this exist and I missed it?

Thanks!
 
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Rob,

Maybe you should make a list of questions for us. And once there is such a list, then others might have a list of similar questions. And then we can try to do something from there.

A few years ago ben lawson interviewed me - have you heard that one yet? I had a slammin headache that day, but it was mostly a bunch of questions kinda like what you are suggesting.

 
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