Where would you listen to the podcast weekly? Matt told me you never missed a show and even asked on your behalf when I would be back last season when I went on vacation.
I wanted something to fill the void from JK's show and I add/drop shows all the time based on time and usefulness. I listen to 20-30 shows every week. When time permits, I'll listen to archived shows more than once. You're being a bit ridiculous here...get over yourself and whatever Rail may have said. Many podcasts at IQ are useful, but I have my own reasons for listening and it doesn't have anything to do with blindly following anybody. I've listened to ER for years. Waz's NFL analysis is worth listening to. Your college football analysis is worth listening to, but as I've mentioned many times, too often you spend as much time rambling about #'s you have in pocket that no longer are available than anything else. If you were being truly transparent, you'd have a few more mentions of lines moving against you. Only liars are on the right side of every move. However, I'll listen to people who are actually betting and working like yourself.
I'm much less of a tout hater than many here. I knew the people would soon come after Waz here. Most here won't bash you publicly because you do appear to be a decent person. Waz acted like he was doing JK a favor being on the show, despite never really providing anything useful. "Shopping for the best # and beating the market" are more tired phrases than realtors' "Location, location, location." Waz's tone always maintained a current that he wanted to be a tout and here he is. He mumbled about becoming some stock market wizard and instead has hitched his wagon to IQ and making money from legalized sports betting newbies. I recall posting here and saying on radio that if somebody can charge for picks, good for them. Just know that most people are going to view you folks as poorly as used car salesmen. If the goal is to make money from selling your services, than you've succeeded. Many used car salesmen make money too. The more you try to defend what your doing as being honorable work, the more foolish you appear here.