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Greetings once again from London, Ontario, Canada. My girlfriend and I are at a crossroads, and so I was hoping to get your input. Despite her best efforts, my girlfriend is a horrible storyteller. Whenever she attempts to tell a story about her day-to-day life that involves multiple people or plot points, she inevitably mixes up characters and goes on numerous tangents. This makes her stories impossible to follow. To save us both time, as soon as I recognize that a story she is telling might be too complex for her storytelling abilities, I have tried interrupting her to ask if she would be willing to simply skip to the end. Although I think this approach saves us both a significant amount of time, she generally does not seem to appreciate it. Given your substantial expertise in listening to and re-directing peoples’ stories as an interviewer, I thought I would reach out to ask: what is the best way to deal with a bad storyteller? As always, appreciate your valuable insights.
I really enjoyed your interview with shaved head Dustin on Monday. He was fired up and ready to fight someone! Out of all the names mentioned as possible opponents, I personally want to see Poirier vs Chandler since they’re both in title contention at 155 and there seems to be some legit animosity between them, plus the buildup and the fight would be incredible.
How do you think this all plays out and who is next for Dustin and when?