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This week, we read, "10,000 Years," by Lindsay Partain. Join Sharon, Michael, Liz, and Robert as we get a look into the obtuse relationship of Jamie and Freddy. 

If you would like to help support our podcast, visit our Patreon at www.patreon.com/boapp. For as little as $3/month, you can help us fulfill our mission to explore and develop new plays and playwrights on Best Of All Possible Podcast. 

If you would like your play to be read on the podcast, please submit it to [email protected] for consideration.

If you would like to learn more about Panglossian Productions, please visit www.panglossian.org.

Special thanks to THE SOUND TECH WHO SHALL NOT BE NAMED

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