Zack: That's it for our critical analysis of the 1st Edition Monster Manual. I had a lot of fun.
Steve: I bet you did. I bet it's fun to be mean and negative all the time, even when you're wrong.
Zack: You didn't have fun?
Steve: I had a blast, I just didn't like what you were saying about owlbears. They're no laughing matter.
Zack: In the future we'd love to cover the weird Dungeons & Dragons you, the readers, have suggested. Steve knows all about the monster books, but if you know of a strange adventure or source book we sould discuss then email us your suggestion.
Steve: Do I have access to that email account?
Zack: No, that's mine, but I'll share the emails with you.
Steve: Okay, but they're not really emailing us, are they? Like if someone sent in an email that said, "I love Steve but this Zack guy is a jerk" I bet you wouldn't show me that one.
Zack: You're being unreasonable. You're blaming me for something I haven't even had the chance to do or not do.
Steve: Yeah, we'll see. We'll see how many emails you show me with suggestions that also say you're a jerk and I'm awesome.
Zack: What if I don't show you any of those emails because there aren't any that call me a jerk and you awesome?
Steve: These imaginary scenarios of yours are getting to be a little over the top I think.
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