Tom and Kelly,
Thank you so much for the podcast. I’ve listened to the entire catalog of podcasts at least two times, and y’all have been with me since 2011. Over the years, I’ve sampled a number of podcasts, including some of the “big” movie and TV ones, and they all pale in comparison to the QT3 movie podcast. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve related something hilarious or charming to my family, after having heard it on the podcast. You both have an interesting perspective on life that’s invaluable.
I’ve never met nor interacted with either of you to any significant degree, so I think that my opinion isn’t really influenced much by history. Y’all are able to deliver incredible content and memories, and I sure hope that the world doesn’t lose that. I wish that you knew how many times I’ve changed plans (Dang it! Hey Brent, let’s go see (x movie) at the theater instead, that’s what’s showing on the Quarter-to-Three movie podcast this week!) in order to sync up with the podcast. Likewise, there have been some movies that I haven’t cared about seeing, but have yelled “SPOILERS” when my friends start talking about it, because dang-it, I’m going to watch it when it’s available to rent, and I’m not going to put up with having the opsis ruined! Not even!
I love you both very much! Someone upthread mentioned maybe doing some sort of fund-raising episodes while you’re getting figuring out what to do—I know that I’d chip in, and I know that Christien and Wendy would have liked to see me pitch in for that.
When I lost my best friend, I didn’t know what to do. What can you do? I elected to share more of my life with others, which isn’t something that I voluntarily do very much if I can help it.
I wish you both well, no matter what the future holds.
“Thanks for all the fish.”