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An Imagination Connoisseur from the Windy City, Joe Fawley, writes in that he hopes THE SECRET EXCHANGE starts a new trend in fan submissions … the short film.

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Hello Rob and my friends of the Post Geek Singularity! Today is a new day and I hope you’re all doing what you can to make it great!
I was lucky enough to catch episode #485 live before it was snagged offline. Which is a shame because that episode was an important one. It was the debut of the first Robservations short film, THE SECRET EXCHANGE. Which is now available as a stand alone on the channel!

The short was a lot of fun. I’m glad that PD productions focused on the visual story telling aspect as well as the dialogue. The performances were solid and quirky. The sound editing was really well done as well.

It’s hard to deny what made me exceptionally happy was that they decided to make a simple but effective comedy. Comedy in my opinion has been in a dark spot and seeing more people add to the art always brings a smile to my face!

I’m excited to see what they do next. Will they stick with comedy or switch genres? I’m also excited to see what the other members of the Post Geek Singularity create. I feel this group has the most creative fans on YouTube. Whether its Swak Props crafting movie quality books, Willow Yang with her insightful and thought provoking letters, The Richard with his wild watch parties, the countless members sending in videos of their collections and reviews, the beautiful artwork, and now the beginning of The Burnettwork-brand short films.

Thank you all for sharing your creativity. And thank you Robert for giving us a platform to share our voice and the ability to reach an audience we wouldn’t be able to otherwise.

I came to this channel for your insight that I love but became addicted because of this community of free thinkers.

Until next time, your friend from Chicago signing off,

– Joe F.