I already follow you on Substack and Telegram. You are one of my favorites, but I only have so much time (and $) to read all the great writers I subscribe to. Maybe I need a speed reading course, but at age 79 I doubt that would help :-)

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Oct 30, 2022Liked by The Vigilant Fox


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I’m 76 & so value the work. I’m a retired & tired nurse with only two shots . Had Covid only mucosal never to lungs never took Paxalvid

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Yes!! Speed reading would help me too and I’m just 49, haha!!

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Old dogs can still learn to read faster....:)!

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Oct 30, 2022Liked by The Vigilant Fox

You do amazing work and we thank you for your efforts. I would suggest that you put links for other mini articles in your daily substack. I subscribe to about 15 different substacks and my email box overflows. If it’s one we can scroll through it at different stuff and go from their. I have been considering dropping some substack or at least moving them to a different email as I cant keep up. Your content is top shelf but if it’s more than I can handle I will have to unsubscribe. I wish there was a way to juts look at the substacks in the app and not get them all in my email except really important ones. So that’s my feedback. I one a day is lots and then sub articles within. Like a mini newspaper.

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Substack needs to offer a daily email with rolled-up notifications for all subscriptions!

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Oct 31, 2022Liked by The Vigilant Fox

I subscribe to both your Substack also your Telegram channel. Your survey does not give us the option to select “More long form articles”, but maybe that is what you mean by additional Substack subscriber content coming. That would be my preference. In my opinion, Telegram and Substack are two different forms of media with different purposes and different audiences. I subscribe to several Substack writers who also have Telegram channels but I have different expectations for their work on each platform.

I look to Substack for more in-depth analyses, exposés, and investigative journalism pieces. For example, I subscribed to Glenn Greenwald and Alex Berenson on Substack when they got kicked off all the other platforms. I look to their Substacks to read their investigative articles, which are mostly long form, and they deliver that.

On the other hand, I subscribe to various Telegram channels as a way to keep up with the latest news and information, to see video clips or even longer videos of the day, to learn about current scandals, and the latest buffoonery out of the illegitmate Biden regime, etc. I use Telegram as one of my daily news feeds.

Also, I sometimes find links on the Telegram channels of some writers to articles on their Substack columns. That is in fact how I found your Substack, you linked to it one time. Going forward, links to your Substack are a good way to point Telegram readers to your Substack, and that is sufficient. And since Telegram is free, so I would not repeat content on Substack that is on Telegram. If you look at my profile, I support a number of writers (including Vigilant Fox) as a paid subscriber. I do that because of the oppressive bans and censorship currently running rampant throughout the world, and many interesting and well-informed people are being shut out of any way to inform people. When I find a particular writer’s contributions and work especially valuable, or I like the topics they cover, then I support their work.

So I would not turn your Substack into another Telegram channel with 2 – 3 inputs a day, especially if they repeat what is on your Telegram channel. I would enjoy more long pieces on Substack if you have the time and resources. Otherwise I am satisfied to follow two media sources for two different types of information. IMHO.

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Thanks for your input! I think I am going to stay away from porting work from Telegram onto Substack and keep it separate.

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Just in: About strange nude man attack on Pelosi: Paul Pelosi was most likely attacked by a male prostitute

An unavoidable conclusion about Paul Pelosi

1. Assailant in his underpants

2. Paul Pelosi knows his name and tells police he’s a “friend.”

3. Assailant asks “where’s Nancy?” to make sure she’s not home.

4. Pelosi takes bathroom break from spat and makes 911 call

Conclusion: This guy was a sex partner or male prostitute!

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Sham marriage...Nancy & Paul.

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For a moment there, I thought Nancy would have set up someone to kill Paul and keep the money for herself. Especially since Paul knows what Nancy's done and may be on the Joe Biden slide downwards in psychological sanity. You never know what someone might say.

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Well dang it! Nancy shoulda asked Hillary for help. 😆 Good point!

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Maybe you can let people opt in or out from receiving everything including news, or selectively.

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Since we only have a limited amount of time to use reading about issues, having the ability to select what information reaches us is a big plus. Thank you S.S for your post.

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Special event going on NOW - livestream about the global dangers of WHO/WEF attempt to take control and what to do about it, the grave harms caused by the covid shots, & more. Now talking: Rabbi Jonathan Rietti. In 1 hour at 5:30 PM EDT - live with Dr. Pierre Kory MD in NY! Afterwards: Attorneys Thomas Renz and Bobbie Anne Cox. Please join! https://truth613.substack.com/p/critical-livestreamlive-event-this

Recording will G-d willing be posted on my substack afterwards.

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Does Substack have a "Daily Digest" notification option that you can turn on? That would be ideal - one update per day, say at 11 pm your time, with a list of links to however many articles you posted that day. I don't need to be notified of new articles in real time. Old Skool Listservs still have some redeeming features :)

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I think there’s a box you can un-tick when you post so it doesn’t get emailed. https://open.substack.com/pub/markcrispinmiller?r=1ro5iw&utm_medium=ios sends conglomerate emails with several embedded posts (deaths in UK, US, etc).

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GG tweets – extracted ~Nov 2 period https://twitter.com/ggreenwald

Note the intensity of Glenn’s activity despite a serious health emergency in his family

• (re-tweet) unusual_whales @unusual_whales

JUST IN: Treasury Department officials have begun looking into whether they have the legal authority to start an investigation into the Elon Musk’s Twitter purchase because of Musk’s ties to foreign governments and investors, per the Washington Post.

Everybody knows exactly why this is happening.

• One day after a major story from @lhfang and @kenklippenstein proving the US Govt and Security State are directing Big Tech on what to censor, the #2 Senate Dem tries to radically restrict what "free speech" means in a way that contradicts all 1A caselaw:

Senator Dick Durbin @SenatorDurbin –“Free speech does not include spreading misinformation to downplay political violence.”

• By the way, one day after this massive story about the US Govt directing Big Tech censorship was published by a Dem-friendly site, with a popular left-wing figure as one of the reporters, neither CNN nor MSNBC invited them on, and no Dem politician has mentioned it.

Why is this?

• 2015, BBC: "Meet Twitter's second biggest shareholder, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal"

If DC Dems want an excuse to investigate Musk's purchase of Twitter on "national security grounds" because he won't censor for them, they'll need a better excuse.

• Also, few things are more darkly hilarious than Dems pretending to be so deeply concerned about Musk's involvement with Saudis when it's the US Government that is single-handedly responsible for propping up the Saudi regime with arms and surveillance tech

• Americans are being conditioned -- by "journalists" of all people -- to believe it's immoral or mentally ill not to immediately and uncritically accept whatever institutions of authorities claim.

Glenn Greenwald @ggreenwald weighs in on the Paul Pelosi attack: "Skepticism itself can never be wrong ... Even if evidence does emerge later on to prove it, the skepticism itself was not just valid, but necessary."

• To this very day, you can read articles in liberal corporate outlets branding as "conspiracy theorists" anyone asking about Nuland's comments - same for those who questioned claims about COVID vaccine efficacy and mask mandates, or *any* claim that the US Security State issues.

• The US corporate press is trying to train Americans to believe the first and most solemn duty of citizenship is instantly accept whatever institutions of authority tell you to believe. No wanting to see evidence, no noting contradictions: just happily recite what you're told.

• Rather than obey France's censorship order, Rumble turned its services off for France and will sue. But France should have no right to impose its censorship laws on the world.

• This is why I'm so proud to be working more with Rumble and why I believe in their free speech commitment. The easy thing to do would be to obey French politicians and remove anyone foreign governments demand. Rumble would rather lose France then submit to them.

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I do not listen to any lying legacy media, therefor appreciate getting your news on my email.

HOWEVER, at 80 years, I am a widow living on a pension and cannot afford paying everyone who expects it. Also please don’t send so many articles in one day.

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Please do not publish the comment I just made. I got you mixed up with another subscription.

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I live in an area that does not have mobile. Whatever materials or information you send I will easily be able to receive through the internet, but not my mobile phone. I pay a $5 monthly fee. Thank you.

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Oct 31, 2022·edited Oct 31, 2022

Think of the Coca Cola branding strategy. It has many brands and products catering to different segments. In that way, it captures more market share than exclusively selling sugared water.

Apply that strategy here, you perhaps want to cater for different people by having different contents on each platform. If you have the same contents on all platforms, most people will only follow one! In addition, some don't have as much time as others so they need to choose. Therefore, if you have two contents on platform A, and 5 on platform B, then people can choose accordingly. The disadvantage is that some people might be on one platform only so they might miss out on important information. One solution for that is to include all your channels on all your posts on all platforms. Therefore, seekers will know where to seek.

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I keep reading if people pay they get more premium content, I would like to know what else is premium, other than getting to comment? For some reason I resent that, w/out the comment section things can get mundane. I have dropped numerous sites because of it.

Based on where I live I do not have unlimited streaming. There are only so many hours a day, I find the articles and content are pretty much the same everywhere, especially when it comes to the Vaxx. I don't know the answer or have a solution, people need to eat and should be paid for their time and efforts.

For me I would be broke if I subscribed to everyone that wants me too. I prefer things like 'Buy me a coffee' or a Tip Jar, then I can contribute when I have some extra cash to share. That of course does not help people that want subscribers maintain a budget.

Do what you need to do, and if it works out, great, if not, then you will find another solution. Main thing in life is to find your passion, and if this is your passion it will all work out in the end.

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Oct 30, 2022·edited Oct 30, 2022

There's this reporting... https://dannielleblumenthal.com/2022/10/30/brave-reporter-outs-paul-pelosi-theory/

And it makes a whole lot more sense than anything else being pushed out there. Especially with the level of security that goes with high profile people.

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I appreciate all that you do. I don’t want you to burn out either. So, you do what’s best for you.

I’ll keep reading everything and I’ll share it throughout

the social platforms that I am on.

Thank you.

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