David Waldman is creating "Kagro in the Morning" podcast
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Welcome, Recurrency refugees, and new fans and supporters of Kagro in the Morning!

As fans of KITM, you know that I work hard to put together an entertaining and informative two hours for you each weekday. And you've probably heard me explain that there are another couple hours worth of work to do behind the scenes each day. And I know you've heard me say that there's still more the team could be doing to make a going concern of this thing, including paying the team to make a going concern of this thing!

I waited a long time before daring to ask for any support from you, producing the show for nearly three years before I felt like I'd demonstrated a serious enough commitment to you to ask for your help in going forward. Now, we're at the point where, if everyone who were listening to the show regularly would toss their pocket change into the hat every time we entertain you, this thing could be... a "real job."

And that's what I'd like it to be.

And it wouldn't hurt if it could be one for a few other people, too.
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Welcome, Recurrency refugees, and new fans and supporters of Kagro in the Morning!

As fans of KITM, you know that I work hard to put together an entertaining and informative two hours for you each weekday. And you've probably heard me explain that there are another couple hours worth of work to do behind the scenes each day. And I know you've heard me say that there's still more the team could be doing to make a going concern of this thing, including paying the team to make a going concern of this thing!

I waited a long time before daring to ask for any support from you, producing the show for nearly three years before I felt like I'd demonstrated a serious enough commitment to you to ask for your help in going forward. Now, we're at the point where, if everyone who were listening to the show regularly would toss their pocket change into the hat every time we entertain you, this thing could be... a "real job."

And that's what I'd like it to be.

And it wouldn't hurt if it could be one for a few other people, too.
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