Key Quotes from the Game and Post-Game:

Matt Gilliland: Jeff Riggenbach is the voice of my interior monologue.

Frank Marcopolos: I don’t have any kids, but each one of these stories should be considered a child of mine.

Mike Reid: Does ANYone live within 1,000 miles of me?

Jeff Riggenbach: I’m older than dirt.

Tracy Lawson: This vanilla vodka is medicinal.

Meg Gilliland: Uber failed me.

Mike Reid: Don’t worry, Tracy and I will shut you down.

Mike Reid: Frank, you should do all your readings with people shouting “Drink!” every time you read a color.

Tracy Lawson: Don’t do drinking/reading events if you write children’s books.

John Hunt: I think I recognize those shelves from an adult bookstore I once visited for research.

Mike Reid: I alternate voices for my interior monologue.

31:10…31:24 Awkward silence.

Frank Marcopolos: You know a man takes his drinking seriously when he has to go OFF CAMERA to get more.

Richard Masta: Jeff Riggenbach had to pull the right book from his shelves to open the wall where he keeps all his liquor.

Jeff Riggenbach: I’m pantsless.

Matt Gilliland: In over 40 Liberty.me LIVE events, you’ve never seen what pants I am or am not wearing.

Tracy Lawson: You just have to look good from the snappy scarf on up.

Tracy Lawson: 4 or 5 shots is the key to success. Apparently.

Jeff Riggenbach: The State of Texas has elected to protect me from smoking certain things. But drinking is almost always possible.

Frank Marcopolos: Jesus did turn water into wine. Allegedly.

Frank Marcopolos: Gin is the sneakiest of alcohols.

Jeff Riggenbach: Beer is definitely better, because you get modified more slowly.

Matt Gilliland: People tell me when I drink that I just get “More Matt.”

Mike Reid: Matt, it sounds like you’re just a really advanced butler.

Tracy Lawson: The Amazon Drones are actually “Skeet Shooting with Prizes.”

Frank Marcopolos: We had no idea this room was going to become an incubator for the next Generation of entrepreneurial ideas.

Mike Reid: We’re all gonna be rich!

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Frank Marcopolos lives in Austin, Texas. Hiding from the ever-present Texas sun because of a well-founded fear of skin cancer, he writes short stories and novels that have been praised by some readers, while others have been, like, "Meh." He also produces free audiobooks of public domain works on his YouTube channel. You can subscribe to that here: http://youtube.com/brooklynfrank