Dearest Mike and Charles… I thought I’d throw out a test. I’ve been told during nearly every episode of this, whatever it is, that all five star reviews are read. Also while listening to this… audio something or other, I was lead to believe there wouldn’t be many… I was mislead. However, I will proceed with my rambling idiocy with very little hope of either of you ever reading this, let alone hearing my own words come out of that sweet, soothing, deep baritone voice my wife so often uses through the night to drown out my horrific snores of selfish slumber.
We’ve been listening to this impersonation of a podcast since the beginning and I have finally decided it was time to do my part, and click those wonderful stars. Apologies for the wait, hopefully my reluctance to fulfill the duties of a proper “gentle listener” haven’t held back proper payment from advertisers. What has prompted me to leave these messy musings of a madman, is a recent Amazon delivery. Just in the last month I’ve bought the first three Travis McGee books, and today Don Quixote arrived. Perhaps that information, if shown to the right corporate shills, will make up for the delay in my due diligence.
What prompted me to actually remember to write this rambling review however was a post from our local police department on Facebook. Moline Police Department in Moline, Illinois have employed perhaps a match of Officer Tim Cottons wit, and is something I think you’d enjoy checking out if given the time. Perhaps rather than employing Mr. Cottons most recent book in a time of quiet reflection, MPD’s past posts can help you poop.
Keep up the great work, and thank you for inspiring me to not only get the aforementioned reading materials, but to stretch a long forgotten muscle I’ve forgotten I had… the one used here for this really late, really sincere, really real review.
Anyway, I’m off to continue impersonating a food broker while waiting for your writings to once again make a stretch of highway tolerable.
Tony - Moline, Illinois