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Just to double check, the reading starts at 6? When do the doors open? I want to save my mother a seat

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Quick question. Would you say it's generally a better idea to have a character respond to a line of dialogue with a gesture instead of another line of dialogue to maintain or build tension?

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I went to Portland once (~2012). The grass there's so green... kinda stunned. I imagine you get a lot of precip in the area. I stayed at that Grand Hotel just outside Tualatin (sp?) off the Interstate. Some Portland Trailblazers were lodging at the time. Rookies, I think. All-in-all, really nice place. Too far from me now. This is a really neat think you're doing, man. Much respect!

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Yes Sir. On my way as we speak...

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Is the contest over at the end of May? Do readers still have one more opportunity to read in May to enter the contest?

Thank you.

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I’ll be there and I’ll be bringing a solid competitor for Krissy’s last month that raised the bar! Sorry to Colton’s mom I’m advance.

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It sounds like it will be an exciting night. Colton's mom along with Cheap and Crass. I wonder who else is reading?

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Do people still get writers cramp?

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Yo, if you post the date of the next Hindsight soon you may just see Portland Karie Anne.........it's snowed every Monday since January and I'm behind story telling schedule....

Have fun tonight!

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Can't wait to listen in on Hindsight Story Night! We just checked into our hotel and will be on our way! We're carrying lots of love from rain city Vancouver BC!

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Hey Chuck, quick question for you. You said in an interview that you prohibit rhetorical questions in a story. Are there any situations where it's okay? Or do you discourage it across the broad?

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I keep thinking about the story you read, Chuck, and pondering what something along those lines would look like for people who scam the elderly. I loved the Farrah Faucet device.

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