Episode 128: Unfortunate by B.D. Anklevich

On his date, Geoff gets an unusual message in his fortune cookie. It’s just a practical joke, right?

Afterward, Big and Rish talk about the origins of this tale, and Rish asks the non-musical question, “How do you know?” Oh, and Big goes ahead and asks it musically.

And Big wishes to apologize for his audio sounding bad. Apparently, one is supposed to record with the front of the mic facing one’s mouth. Who reads instructions, amiright?

Special thanks to Julie Hoverson for lending her voice to today’s episode.

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Related Links:
Julie Hoverson’s 19 Nocturne Boulevard
Big and Rish on John vs. Patrick
Photo by Beth Kanter
Music was Omnipresence by Dereleech.
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3 Responses to “Episode 128: Unfortunate by B.D. Anklevich”

  1. Big mentioned he went to a writing prompt site for inspiration. Can you share the URL? Thanks!

  2. Pirvonen Says:

    A gimmick story. But a well crafted one.

    Thanks, guys, for making the effort to avoid podfade. I have been liking you, including (most of) your post-show banter. Please keep going if it doesn’t start feeling a chore.

  3. Phil the Busboy. Thanks? Good going. Glad you haven’t podfaded yet. Keep up the great work guys.
    I don’t comment because I’m on the road when listening, but the stories are greatly appreciated and you were the first podcast I started donating to. :-)

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