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They open with a reference to their Kishwaukee Walkie Talkies hashtag from the previous episode. DVK talks about Rory doing a guest opening set at his recent CD recording show, where someone wrote and handed each of them postcards. Rory lost his post card and is now asking the person to re-write it. Rory mentions that he is going to beat the shit out of me at the upcoming Live Pen Pals in Atlanta. Right before they go to the letters Rory starts up a #saga chant, but they keep it at a scream whisper the entire time. DVK really quickly mentions stationery. They talk about kids learning that they can get dizzy and that it is like the first drug and then they come up with an idea of a stand up set where they each cover the same topics in different ways. They want to call it Double Dragon. Rory does his foley work again quickly before DVK reads the first letter. First letter writer is from Teutopolis. DVK wants people to write in guessing how to spell Teutopolis, and wants to play a game, Rory guesses that the game is going to be “how old is Teutopolis” in reference to “are they 71?” The first letter has the guys talking about their fears of using Uber/Lyft, and sitting in the front vs. the back seat when there is a woman Uber/Lyft driver. Rory makes a reference to 80/20. Between the letters Rory mentions that he’s going to see Tool with Andrew Youngblood. DVK quote “You’ll never regret the money you spent on a great time.” The 2nd letter wonders about plagiarism w/r/t songwriting and giving credit where credit is due with comedians and other creators. They talk about comedians supposedly stealing bits and how it so rarely happens, and they go into a discussion about word choice as a comic and how specific a comic’s word choice is.