KR Paul joins the show. Kay is active duty US Air Force, having initially joined the reserves in August of 2001. Kay’s Air Force career has taken her on multiple deployments throughout the world and taught her invaluable lessons along the way…such as how to play Crud, hunting zombies with JTACs on Guam, the elastic definition of ‘acquiring more food’, and the resilience that comes with falling down a hole and climbing back out. In addition to all that, Kay is the author of the urban fantasy, “Pantheon.”

To learn more about Kay and her work, check out,
https://authorkrpaul.com

To follow Kay’s very active Twitter:
@AuthorKRPaul

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  1. Gazpacho Grande' Coolidge
    Gazpacho Grande'
    @ChrisCampion

    Great pod! Really, really disappointed there was no story about all the zombies moving to one side of Guam, and then Guam tipping over.

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  2. Nick Plosser Coolidge
    Nick Plosser
    @NickP

    Gazpacho Grande' (View Comment):

    Great pod! Really, really disappointed there was no story about all the zombies moving to one side of Guam, and then Guam tipping over.

    Thanks for listening! And don’t worry, Hank Johnson’s prophetic warning will come true one of these days…when enough zombies populate one side of Guam! 

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  3. HankRhody Freelance Philosopher Contributor
    HankRhody Freelance Philosopher
    @HankRhody

    Okay, one question before I start: do you refer to them as Guambies?

    If not, missed opportunity.

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  4. Nick Plosser Coolidge
    Nick Plosser
    @NickP

    HankRhody Freelance Philosopher (View Comment):

    Okay, one question before I start: do you refer to them as Guambies?

    If not, missed opportunity.

    GREAT name! We didn’t and it was definitely a missed opportunity! 

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