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Your weekly dose of U.S. pool and billiards news.

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If you into pool at all this is a place that keeps you informed.

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I've been following the podcast for some months now, and it is getting a bit better. I'd like to make a few comments directed toward our friend Mr. Bond. Im curious - do you prepare for your interviews? If not, I can't suggest it highly enough. Writing your questions in advance has many advantages, not least is which you can take the time to compose searing, relevant, straight-to-the-point questions. You will also avoid what I consider to be the main problem with your interviews - taking 2 or 3 FULL minutes to ask a question that , with a little preparation, could easily be asked in 20 seconds. Every time I hear one of your interviews I find myself cringing when I hear this kind of floundering around looking for the words you want. As an example, your most recent program had John Schmidt as a guest. He is a bright, well-spoken man who undoubtedly had many, many insights into the Mosconi Cup. The art of the interviewer is to, firstly, COMPOSE your interview in advance! That doesn't mean that winging it can't be a part of things, but the general direction of the interview has focus that way. The interviews are continuing to suffer from a meandering feeling. If you knew the questions in advance, you would lose that quality of flying by the seat of pants. And don't be afraid to ask TOUGH questions! If this is ever going to once again be a sport that attracts even minor attention in the media, etc, there needs to be controversy! Ask the tough questions. You won't step on toes - these players would love to be involved in an interview where they can REALLY say what they feel. I'm guess I'm just suggesting that you do a bit more homework before each broadcast. I listen to the whole show, but I often find myself fast-forwarding ahead through parts of the interview where any focus is out the window. All this said, CONGRATULATIONS on keeping the program alive. I will continue to listen. You have an excellent opportunity here - you've got the market cornered. Please make the best use of this opportunity as you can! All best...

Great info, poor recording quality

I love pool and try to listen every week. When mark calls in on his cell phone it becomes unlistenable. People talking over each other and line noise is too much.

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