Walter & Leo Search For a Missing Man
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Walter and Leo search for a missing man using a partial voicemail he left as a clue on The Finder. "The Conversation" is the 10th episode of the 1st season.

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    You know considering some of the veonuoms feedback I've received so far (I haven't published them), I don't think I'm going to share more. I don't really feel like being a punching bag for people to let out their frustration on. Sorry. I think this is the wrong approach. You should try to revel in the praise you get from the majority of readers, and simply ignore the crap that people fling when no rocks are around and they've had too much chili. There are always going to be people who think they're better than you or that you're stupid, and part of this whole blogging thing is getting used to that and simply ignoring it. And you've done a good thing by not publishing it. But think of people like that as human spam: they may not be pleasant, you might not be able to stop them, but there are things you can do to control them.And if you're really worried about it, you can always disable comments. But I think you'd be doing a far greater disservice to your readership by not writing more stories like this than anything these pricks are doing to you. Or, if it really bothers you that much, you could let handle the feedback.