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Green Room - Week 31 - Day 5

I just received a phone call from Adnan Syed letting me know that he had absolutely nothing to do with this week's poll: http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/816301.html

I'm not sure what to think though, so I will be exploring this in a 12 part podcast.

In the meantime, make sure you check out that link so that you can weigh the evidence for yourself!

Or take part in the Killing Floor/Home Game and help protect the innocent! http://therealljidol.livejournal.com/815412.html


Who is innocent in YOUR life? Who is most definitely guilty?


Dec. 17th, 2014 04:01 pm (UTC)
"This is really gorgeously said. (Do you write much in the way of non-fiction essaying? You have a superb command of the language, but more...an impressive way of stringing many thoughts/sentences together to create nice and meaty paragraphs which then provoke thinking....)"

Thank you! And thank you again! I don't really do a lot of non-fiction essaying - I do some noodling over in my personal journal, and I played with doing non-fiction for Idol in exhibit B with mythingperson (I caught myself saying "I can't do non-fiction" and when I notice a "can't" I get riled up and try to prove myself wrong). The noodlings are sometimes ok, and the stuff I produced for Idol I'm fond of, but mostly I stick to made-up stories and worlds that don't exist. It's more comfortable for me.

I agree that it would be great if Gary could make a living off of Idol - I don't know if that's going to happen, but it's an admirable goal, anyway. It's just such a hard thing, dealing with money. Emotions get all tied up in it and people have a pretty astounding capacity for getting weird about it (including me. Someone offers me a book as a gift and I'm like "ooo thank you!", but offer me the price of the book as a monetary gift just straight up? I feel weird about that).


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