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Writers Ask: Who Likes to Type?

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This week we’ve got a question from a teen! We try to give her some writing (and life) advice without being creeps. We also talk about the difference between comedy and humor, windowless vans, Bazooka Joe, and a service for writers who hate to type.

Do you have burning questions about writing, reading, or life more generally? Send ’em our way, and we’ll answer them in our usual, roundabout way.

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Author: mikeingram25

writer, editor

2 thoughts on “Writers Ask: Who Likes to Type?

  1. As an Australian listener, listing to you both talking about wanting a “shag” in a panel van to be hilarious. http://australiandictionary.net/shag

    Otherwise, another enjoyable pod cast.

  2. The relevant Bazooka Joe link: http://www.theonion.com/articles/burned-lower-half-of-morts-face-revealed-in-bazook,2590/

    It’s a parody, alas. Instead of Bazooka Joe looking into the void, Bazooka Joe *is* the void. Read his hijinks and despair.

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