I have been listening to your podcast for about a year now and finally I have come to realise what it is that fascinates me so much about you.
There was a series on television called Columbo starred by Peater Falk.I am lately re-watching it, this time in the original English version (I had before watched some episodes in Spanish). He is a very clever detective that always solves his crimes. However he does it in a very strange way. He always gives a misleading appearance of a clumsy and distracted ordinary man to his suspects.
Now, I'm not saying that you are any of that, but what inspires me it's the same thing I appreciated about this fictional character. The enthusiasm and precision that you apply to whatever you are working on. That meticulously dedicated approach on getting into the meat of the matter it's terrific sir! (as Columbo would say).
The clear way in which you explain things, is something not to forget about either. I am from the Basque Country and English not being my native language I appreciate this.
I just want to tell you what a good job I think you are doing. Please keep it up.
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