Triple Lutz Report #411 – Do I Talk Too Much?

from Financial Survival Network

From recent FSN member feedback I realize that I’ve fallen into bad habits. I guess I’m not letting my guests speak enough. I’ve made a New Year’s Resolution to cure this bad behavior. Seriously, I appreciate the criticism, we intended and am always looking to improve the show and my skills. If there’s a guest you want me to invite on the show or anything we can do better, please let me know. Next, we’re getting workaholic government. Most of us would settle for government that just works, but with Trump in the Whitehouse, his group of executives are known for their outstanding work ethic. Most of them anyway. Let’s see if their private sector skills can transfer over to the public sector. Finally, Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, seems extremely well qualified and completely unobjectionable. Leave it to the Dems to screw it all up. Do they really think they’re gaining votes in the much needed rust belt by trying to obstruct his cabinet and his judge pick? Au contraire, this is going to destroy the party and insure that they won’t get elected dog catcher. While they’re at it, why not make anti-white anti-semite Keith Ellison party leader? Sounds like a great strategy for victory.

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2 Responses

  1. Gerry says:

    I’m so glad other complained. You may have been a god lawyer, Klutz, but good radio person you ain’t. You’re ponderous, repetitive, partisan and generally lacking insight into the future. As you freely admit, you mostly get things wrong. So just let the guests talk please. Take a lesson from Eric King of King Wolf News, he puts in small comments now and then, and that’s all.

  2. Simon says:

    Kerry, ignore the trolling criticism and childish name based insult from Gerry.
    I think when you have a regular guest on, such as Andy Hoffman or John Rubino, a friendly conversational approach, but where the guest does the majority of the speaking, is fine. That’s what you mostly do. Andy Hoffman and John Rubino have their own solo podcasts, so if listeners just to listen to them alone, they can.
    If the guest is new, or has markedly differing opinions than most of your other guests, a more formal interview approach is best.
    There aren’t many times when I’ve thought you are talking too much, Kerry.
    The interviews on King Wold News are a different style to yours, where Eric King clearly “tees up” a talking point and the guest goes on their semi-scripted, semi-rehearsed spiel. That’s fine – its a way of the guest getting a lot of information and their opinions out quickly, but there’s room for both styles, so don’t copy Eric King – your style is fine.

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