Shut Up and Let the Guest Speak
Richard, do us all a favor and let the guest get in a word every now and then. If you want to filibuster don’t have a guest on, just do a solo podcast. Your so-called discussion with Jim Miller was unbearable because you asked 5 minute questions, let him speak for 30 seconds and cut him off. I wanted to hear his take on the ESPN-Grantland situation, something he knows much more about than you, and yet you went on and on without allowing him to answer the “questions” you posed. You could hear Miller’s frustration and annoyance with you as he tried to speak. You should re-listen to that podcast and learn from your mistakes going forward.
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