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Sunday, May 17, 2015

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Henry Franke

Great to have you back, David! And I feel quite accomplished as I only had to stop and research twice this time. Inside jokes are much of the fun and I can't miss fun. Keep up the good work!

Stephen Simmonds

David,

Thanks for the unexpected episode. Hopefully you'll remain out of sync with Kevin Stroud (I mean, really. It's like waiting ages for a bus, then two come along at once).
Also had to dig out your old episodes (early 1000s), since he often dips into pure history, and two heads are always better than one. (He seemed to give more mention to the St Bryce Day massacre...)

Music: you have your signature tune, it's worth keeping it as such. It's NOT jarring.


Keep up the very good work. I know you like feedback, so I should pay the price of admission more often.


Regards
Stephen

The History of England

Oh Ha ha !
And thanks, Stephen!

CalLadyQED

Oh, please don't keep the music interludes and chapter headings. It's very jarring. I'm sorry, but I sick of that tune now. The episodes aren't long enough to warrant so many delineated sections, anyway.

(Sorry for the late comment, but I got behind.)

CalLadyQED

Sorry, that should have been "I'm sick." It's late at night in California.

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