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DJNewStyle
Jan 19, 2006
THE DJNEWSTYLE SHOW

The DJNewStyle Show
Site: http://djnewstyleshow.com
RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DJNewStyle
Genre: Comedy, General Entertainment

Two friends from New Jersey check in on each other once a week to keep in touch and brutally insult each other. We talk about our personal lives and focus our energies on maintaining the will to continue our uneventful existences in spite of the fact that we are surrounded by assholes who make our lovely day more difficult to endure. New episodes posted every Wednesday - listen and be thankful you're not us.

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Cellophane S
Nov 14, 2004

Now you're playing with power.

I'm rapidly approaching 50 episodes in 50 weeks.

PHEW!

StrikerObi
Aug 1, 2003
SECharger73 hates sad reminders :[

OK So I do a few podcasts. Here is their info. I hope you enjoy them!

Nintendo World Report presents: Connectivity
http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/connectivity
iTunes: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/...st?id=327358769
Genre: Videogames (especially but not 100% exclusively Nintendo)
Release: weekly, on Friday or Saturday
Description: This is Nintendo World Report's "other" podcast (the main one is Radio Free Nintnedo, which I helped create but left a few years ago because I was too busy). We talk about Nintendo stuff, we try to keep segments to 10-20 minutes and we try and mix it up and make it interactive. This used to be our "Newscast" but Nintendo news is boring as gently caress so we expanded it to make it more fun and experimental. We're only 6 episodes into this format (we had 69 newscasts which are still on the RSS feed).

Box Office Poison
http://www.crosstawk.com
iTunes: http://crosstawk.libsyn.com/rss
Genre: Movies
Release: Every other Saturday
Description: "A podcast about movies and movie things". I do this show with my friends Karl, Jonny, Jon, and Stan. We talk about movies that we have seen, and on every other episode there is a Movie of the Month (we take turns picking it) that we all discuss. On the other episodes, we have started a segment where we talk about new trailers. I really enjoy this show. We all love film, and have pretty varied tastes which I think makes for good conversation.

Hardcore Nerdography
http://crosstawk.com
iTunes: http://crosstawk.libsyn.com/rss
Genre: Comedy?
Release: Monthly, usually a Tuesday
Description: I do this show with my girlfriend Amanda and our friend Dante. Dante is loving hilarious and I think most goons would probably agree. We talk about random stuff, occasionally make up bits, and just be goofballs in general. I don't know if anybody outside of our friends likes this show, but we enjoy the gently caress out of recording it and would probably continue to record even if nobody listened.

Both Crosstawk and Hardcore Nerdography are on a shared RSS feed for all of Crosstawk's content. We're keeping it that way for now since the shows have a fairly shared audience of our friends and various followers. If the shows get more popular we'll spin the off.

Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



New Alcohollywood episode - this time, Jared makes an insanely awesome and creative drink and we shoot the poo poo over the original True Grit.

DangerDummy!
Jul 6, 2009


Can anyone recommend a good mic? Reasonable price (from whatever to about $150 apiece) and decent performance a major plus. I hit Google first and got a few doable options, but I reckoned a forum with a bunch of good DIYers was decent place to check in.

Daryl Surat
Apr 6, 2002

I don't care what you say about this post, but if anyone steps on my bunion, I'll kill them!

DangerDummy! posted:

Can anyone recommend a good mic? Reasonable price (from whatever to about $150 apiece) and decent performance a major plus. I hit Google first and got a few doable options, but I reckoned a forum with a bunch of good DIYers was decent place to check in.

I personally advise against getting USB microphones. Not out of any audio quality concerns so much as they're difficult to make work if you ever find yourself in a multi-microphone setting. You tend to need fancier recording software to permit recording from multiple USB sources, but I still just edit everything in Audacity because it's the only one I can logically comprehend.

The true voice professionals will recommend a dynamic ribbon microphone (voice actors like Steve Blum and Jennifer Hale use these) or possibly a phantom-powered condenser one (what radio guys like Howard Stern use), but as someone whose knowledge of audio engineering is minimal and is too drat lazy to construct a makeshift recording booth environment, those are more hassle than they're worth. They tend to literally pick up the sounds of your AC or refrigerator running, or even fabric on the clothes you're wearing. Still, if you can set up the whole carpet/foam isolated sound booth (or even the small ones that just house the mic) AND have enough voice discipline or editing time to remove all the mouth/lip noises those mics will pick up, those would be the way to go.

No, I'm just going to recommend you get a Shure SM57 (aka "the microphones whoever the President of the United States is uses") or SM58 (generally used by singers). These are dynamic microphones that each seem like they've been price-fixed around $100 forever, and they're unidirectional so they're less liable to pick up ambient sound. They're meant more for live stage use than podcasting, so I imagine most people's response to my recommendation would be "those are okay, I guess." AWO's not exactly the high watermark of audio quality between the low bitrate/sampling and the fact that I tend to just run things through Levelator and call it a day, but I'm currently using an SM58S after having used an SM57 and can't really tell the difference between the two; I only switched to give the 57 to a cohost. A 58S is exactly the same as a 58 only it has an on/off switch, though as I found out the hard way using it during a recording tends to introduce a click that simply clicking Mute would not. You're probably not going to come off as having that rumbling, booming voice of God sound with the SM57 or SM58, but they are mics which are mid-range price-wise that "just work."

Daryl Surat fucked around with this message at 16:42 on Nov 5, 2011

Cellophane S
Nov 14, 2004

Now you're playing with power.

I recommend getting a Zoom H4n, hook a mixer (with as many mics as you like plugged into it) up to it using XLR cables. Then use the Zoom as a USB soundcard.

It's cheap, plus the Zoom is a GREAT portable microphone in its own right.

Song For The Deaf
Aug 10, 2006

I HAVE TO USE MY SOUND SWORD NOW.


This is the advice I give whenever the question arises:

If you absolutely don't have the money to get an interface and an XLR microphone, the best USB mics (in my opinion) are the Samson Meteor and the Blue Yeti. Both have headphone jacks for self monitoring, which is important for getting good mic technique.

You will also want to invest in a stand that will get the mic close to your mouth, and a pop filter (since these are condenser mics).

XLR mics are really a good way to go, especially if you're willing to lay down some money for an interface like the M-Audio Fast Track Pro. You can usually find them on Craigslist for about half of their list price. Any XLR mic wil work on any interface or mixer, since most come with phantom power. As long as you take good care of it, you can always count on it working. Someone else has also mentioned the benefits of XLR re: having more than one person in a room. It's a nice luxury, but if you're primarily going to be working via Skype, you might be able to put it off and stick with USB.

For XLR microphones, I currently use the MXL 990, which is very reasonably priced, sounds great for speaking voices, and comes with a shock mount. I'm putting my pennies away for a Heil PR40, because that's just about the best drat dynamic microphone you can get.

DangerDummy!
Jul 6, 2009


Thanks for the advice, guys. I'm not looking forward to this aspect of the process (I can usually figure the technical stuff out, but I've got a ridiculously steep goddamn learning curve), but you've given me a lot to work with.

Daryl Surat
Apr 6, 2002

I don't care what you say about this post, but if anyone steps on my bunion, I'll kill them!

It took us forever, but Episode 101 of the Anime World Order podcast is out! Joining us this time around is Patrick Macias, who in addition to being editor-in-chief of Crunchyroll News and Otaku USA Magazine is also an author, TV/Internet video personality, admirer of bad fashion, and all-around paranoiac who's a menace to our society.

The topic? Harmagedon. In my opinion, one stunning--and stunningly BAD--movie...that happens to also be an all-time favorite of 50% of those appearing on this podcast, Patrick included! Audio quality's a dip from usual due to having a fourth person on, but it should be fine to listen to.

Sir Charles
Apr 25, 2006
Can't...seem to...penetrate the fabric...must be...some kind of...polyester weave!

I'm one of the other guys in Love Perth Hate Perth. We just got done recording episode 006 of our podcat. I think the past couple of episodes we have gotten over our nerves and become a bit more natural. It is basically 4 goons talking about bizarre Australian and Perth news. An Australian UYD with constant loud laughing at each others jokes.

While the theme is supposed to be about the wonderful/Horrible city of Perth the topics generally nosedive into the sexually and mentally deranged universal areas of our society.

Would love some goons feedback. This week has been the first week we have gotten feedback from random listeners. It is a great feeling knowing that there are random people out there who are listening to you and your idiot friends talk poo poo and are engaged enough to email in.

Check out episode 005 here http://loveperthhateperth.com/post/...739/episode-005.

mcsnitches
Oct 26, 2010


Latest episode of Dead Mics is up. We discuss many things including a party that got social suicide bombed by one of our hosts and have our first guest on talking about his angry toward Kanye West not coming to our city for the Big Day Out Festival.

Link yo

Cellophane S
Nov 14, 2004

Now you're playing with power.

My microphones are from sE Electronics and they're called X1.

They're among the cheapest condenser microphones but they sound good! They're about 80 USD a pop.

aniero
Oct 11, 2009



Hey all, I do a few podcasts, and I'll go ahead and just link all of them, but the one that I'm looking for feedback on is my most recent project, Re:Fresh, which can also be heard streaming on GhettoRadio.us.

Re:Fresh
Website
iTunes / RSS Feed
Genre: Talk/Music show (think morning show-ish just without the suck)
Release schedule: Currently weekly
Description: This is a fairly new show (we just recorded our 9th episode) that covers news, politics, video games, drugs, stupid poo poo, television and movies. We're all pretty sardonic and opinionated so we have some fun discussions. Some of what we talk about is straight out of GBS, though I am the only goon on the show. We talk more then we play music (out of a 3 hour show 1 hour is music 2 is talking) and, yes, we do podcast some of what we play on the show by getting permission directly from the artists (yay legality!). We'll play all kinds of music, but we've been sticking pretty close to hip-hop because it's what we're all listening to right now. Any/all feedback is welcome!

Aetheryte Radio
Website
iTunes / RSS Feed
Genre: Final Fantasy XIV
Release schedule: Sporadic but trying to get to 1 episode every 2 weeks
Description: A Final Fantasy XIV podcast. If you like Final Fantasy XIV, you might like this show. If you play MMOs it may inspire you to check out XIV (quick! while there's still no monthly charge!). In all fairness, this is less than half my show. I helped design it a put together some of the production work and I'll help host it sometimes, but Andrew (aka Fusionx) puts way more time in on this show. Just giving credit where credit is due.

Limit Break Radio
Website
RSS Feed
Genre: Final Fantasy XI
Release schedule: when we can (kinda on hiatus)
Description: We did this show for 5 years and it serviced the FFXI community. If you play FFXI, you might like it. If you play MMOs it may inspire you to check out that fossil of a game. We hardly do this show anymore because 1) FFXI is a mostly dead game right now and 2) having a ton of schedule conflicts.

Pious Pete
Sep 8, 2006

Ladies like that, right?

Episode 4 of Ninjas vs. Podcast is up. I'd love to hear some feedback as far as sound and joak quality. I'm also in constant need of questions, so if you've got any good would you rathers or vs. questions you'd like to hear on the show, feel free to send em my way.

QUICK TECHNICAL QUESTION: The episode lengths aren't showing up in iTunes. I'm currently using Feedburner's SmartCast. Is this just a fault of there's or is there something I'm missing here? Thanks.

iTunes | RSS

Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



Several more episode of Alcohollywood are up - Planes, Trains and Automobiles, The Sea Wolves, and Labyrinth! Come check us out. [b]PLEASE let us know how we're doing, and suggest possible movies, especially Christmas candidates; I'm hoping to check out more of you gents' podcasts here soon and let you know what I think.

On added goon notes, our theme song is by goon-made band A Giraffe, so https://check and help support a wholly goon-made product!

Vargo (of Something Awful Current Releases fame) is going to give us a shoutout on the SACR Facebook page once the full website gets finalized, which should hopefully be soon - I just want to thank him for being awesome, and liking the idea!

Stay tuned on Wednesday; we're reviewing and drinking to ThanksKilling for the Thanksgiving episode!

EDIT: Here's our review of ThanksKilling, including our rules and drink - we also have a spirited discussion about the difference between intentionally bad and enjoyably bad horror films.

Hewlett fucked around with this message at 21:57 on Nov 24, 2011

Fil5000
Jun 23, 2003

HOLD ON GUYS I'M POSTING ABOUT INTERNET ROBOTS


Cult Bin Advent 1 (of four) is up.

This first of four episodes finds Tim sharing the TV programmes that always gave him that special Christmassy feeling whilst answering many highly important questions like: Where could you find a team of four Bernard Cribbinses? When is it the optimal time for a paper plate with a face drawn on it? Who might Simon Pegg play in a Box Of Delights remake? And why is Roland Rat…actually that’ll do.

A slight departure from the normal format, and we'd be interested in any feedback anyone has.

Pious Pete
Sep 8, 2006

Ladies like that, right?

Ninjas vs. Podcast: Episode 5

This week’s contenders:
Blonds v. Redheads
Hot Pizza v. Cold
Disillusioned v. Disenfranchised
Arnold Schwarzenegger v. Sly Stallone
Unicorn v. Pegasus


"Tell you the truth, the truck is, uh, you know, the most important thing for me. I... I don't really... it doesn't matter if I, uh, become the champion or anything. That's, that's not the most important... I... I need this truck."

- Sylvester Stallone, Over the Top

Pious Pete fucked around with this message at 18:38 on Dec 15, 2011

Spekkio
Sep 23, 2005

Really satisfying music!

"If you're an east coaster and all you hear about Perth is mining, mining and killer sharks. This is a game changer!

Filled with boyish banter and tales of yonder, LPHP is a campfire style talkfest between a group of Perth lads.
Focused mainly on local and international news of the week.

The show features comedic segments psychoanalysing gumtree ads, bizarre real world stories, Internet social memes and masterminds.
The topic's and stories on hand are both informative and highly relatable, for the international outsider this is the perfect window into contemporary Australian life.

Nowhere will you find a more open discussion on Australian issues and Australian perspectives, plus not forgetting the humour.
LPHP is another great example of Perth's remote isolation breeding unique and entertaining content.
If it's not your cup of tea then probably drinking coffee!"

- An iTunes review of our podcast. They explain the show better than we ever could so check it out:

http://loveperthhateperth.com

DJNewStyle
Jan 19, 2006
THE DJNEWSTYLE SHOW

Posted Episode 322 of The DJNewStyle Show:



On Episode 322 of The DJNewStyle Show, I invite Steev the Larper to provide his take on a few awkward and embarrassing situations I've found myself in recently. I'm letting my house fall apart, being careless with my pornography, and trying to be a good consumer of electronics - too bad I'm preoccupied with all the things that irritate me about Southerners.

Download MP3
Streaming Video
Like on Facebook
Subscribe on iTunes

Jay Dub
Jul 27, 2009

I'm not listening
to youuuuu...


The Current Releases team is attempting to put together a podcast, and we've got a segment break to fill. If any of you guys have short promo clips for your shows you'd like us to run, we'll gladly run them.

PM or email me (jaydubsa AT gmail).

bionic sheep
Nov 30, 2011


Hey everyone! I'm part of http://ohnovideogames.com/ and we run a podcast I figured some of y'all might like?

The Oh No! Video Games! Podcast
http://ohnovideogames.com/category/podcast
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/...mes/id432509109
Weekly video game discussion
Oh No! Video Games! was a stupid project started by four guys that just wanted to talk into microphones. Then we went a little crazy.

Our intention is to move away from games journalism standards that we’re tired of; we want to inform people about news that actually matters to them, provide editorials that question the current shape of the medium and put a spotlight on independent developers to offer the coverage they deserve. We want to make a game website that encourages critical thought about an industry we love.

If that sounds a little too heavy then don’t worry; we can also be total dumbasses for the sake of your amusement.

Cheers!

Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



We've got some [url="https://"http://alcohollywood.podbean.com"]new episodes up at Alcohollywood.[/url] In the past few weeks, we've covered ThanksKilling, Oldboy, and now the 1994 film noir classic Laura - come check us out!

Also, we have drinking guides/supercuts for some of our episodes up on Youtube!

SelfDisgustTribunal
Nov 30, 2007



No, Virginia - a themed music show, & a chance to ramble.

Site: http://www.mixcloud.com/novirginia/

A show I've been putting out for TrinityFM three times a month. It's themed - so far I've played songs related to vice (jail-bait, juleps and gin; whiskey and women, champagne and reefer, cigarettes, sex and violence), Armageddon, Old Time Religion (boogie-woogie preacher-men and Daniel in the lions' den), the organ, &c.

There's generally a fair bit of talk related to the topic at hand, and a lot of the blues. Sometimes I read out a smutty story by a Latin American author or a Swiss adventuress.

SelfDisgustTribunal fucked around with this message at 18:00 on Dec 20, 2011

Pious Pete
Sep 8, 2006

Ladies like that, right?

Ninjas vs. Podcast: Episode 6 - Peas on earth

This week’s contenders:
Buff Squirrel vs. Rabid Raccoon
Being a Wizard vs. Meeting a Doctor
Bieber vs. Nickelback
Hipster vs. Emo
Burning vs. Freezing


"Definitely in the top 10 best episodes we've done."

RSS

Pious Pete fucked around with this message at 18:40 on Dec 15, 2011

Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



Alcohollywood Episode 09: Starship Troopers

In this double-length episode, my cohost and I debate whether or not Starship Troopers is amazing or a piece of poo poo (HINT: I like it, my cohost hates it). Also, we make a drink called the Christmas on Klendathu.

Edward Mass
Sep 14, 2011

The Timeless Child is THE DOCTOR? Oh, for God's sake!


Top Cop

Recording a new Saturday Night Curtain Jerkers right now, a Christamas special where we review December to Dismember 2006, often regarded as the worst wrestling PPV in the past 10 years.

Song For The Deaf
Aug 10, 2006

I HAVE TO USE MY SOUND SWORD NOW.


The newest episode of Those drat Ross Kids is pretty funny. Chex it.

http://duckfeed.tv/thosedamnrosskid...nciliation.html

aniero
Oct 11, 2009



New episode of Re:Fresh is out

http://radio.gamerescape.com/2011/1...-dont-say-that/

Highlights: Occupy news, SOPA news, Square-Enix hackings, Skyrim Online?, and something called "Slay a Dragon for Ron Paul". We check out Bad Lip Reading for the first time and try to figure out what's up with the racism on the Kenmore East High School girls basketball team....phone calls are made.

Check it out. Or, ya know, dont.

Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



This week, Alcohollywood celebrates Connickuh with the 1998 romantic drama Hope Floats! Luckily, we have a drink and rules for the film to help you get through this mishmash of sentimental, overly down-homey tripe, so have a Harry Connickuh everybody!

Our Christmas Special, where we drink to Die Hard, will be coming on Friday.

Pious Pete
Sep 8, 2006

Ladies like that, right?

Ninjas vs. Podcast: Episode 7 - The Reason for the Season

THE CHRISTMAS EPISODE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



This week's contenders:
Home Alone 2 vs. Mental Stability
10 Lords a Leaping vs. 11 Pipers Piping
Eggnog vs. Fruit Cake
Icicle Lights vs. Inflatable Decorations
Real Tree vs. Fake Tree
1966 Grinch vs. The Grinch 2000


Best enjoyed with a tall glass of Christmas spirits past, present and future.

RSS

Pious Pete fucked around with this message at 16:26 on Dec 29, 2011

Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



For the first Christmas episode of Alcohollywood, we drink to Die Hard!

Check us out and learn the recipe for the Bloody Merry Christmas - let me know what you think!

Pious Pete
Sep 8, 2006

Ladies like that, right?

Ninjas vs. Podcast: Episode 8 - Foot. Long. Hot dog.



This week's contenders:
Hamburgers vs. Hot dogs
Patrick Stewart vs. Patrick Swayze
Dickensian vs. Kafkaesque
Reg Soda vs. Diet
Hearing animals’ thoughts (but they secretly hate you) vs. Spooning with a leprechaun.


RSS

Dancing Potato
May 21, 2007


Why Does It Exist?

iTunes
RSS

I started WDIE as a blog last year. My goal was to watch and review movies that were below the radar of bad/cult/psychotronic movies. Mickey Rourke movies from the late 90's, National Lampoon comedies, straight-to-DVD Val Kilmer movies and bigger-budgeted theatrical movies that never really made any ripple at the time. It was mostly born out of my fascination with movies I could hardly find any info about; while grindhouse movies have their own cult audience, things that fall somewhere out of that jurisdiction do not.

Out of that grew the podcast. I invited my friend Dan along and we watch a movie every week and discuss it. This isn't strictly a bad movies podcast; we go in as blind as possible and aren't necessarily looking to rip the movie apart (but it tends to happen nonetheless). Every week we feature a different song by a Montreal musician or band and we have some special guests lined up in the new year from the Montreal entertainment scene (comedians, actors, musicians, etc.).

The sound quality on the first 2 - 3 episodes is a little rough without necessarily being muddy but the last couple are much clearer (I'd start with those if I were you) and I've already planned to purchase some better microphones in the next couple of weeks.

Ez
Mar 26, 2007

Drink! Feck! Arse! Girls!


Here's the two podcasts I'm current involved in.

The Ring Crew Show
Genre: Comedy/Wrestling (WWE, TNA, ROH)
Release Schedule: Every Thursday
The Ring Crew Show is a weekly wrestling podcast where we talk about news about the industry, indie news, we see live events for our Ring Crew Road Trips, we also write and preform sketches, parodies and all kinds of stuff. We've been going for 2 years now and have 123 episodes. We do interviews with wrestlers and people in the business, and Maffew from Botchamania is a frequent guest as well. Every week we review Pay-Per-Views, DVDs, games and of course all of the big wrestling shows from the previous week.


The Basement Vagrants
Genre: Movies/Video Games/Pop Culture
Release Schedule: Twice a month
The Basement Vagrants Podcast is my personal show that I started a few months ago. It's got 13 episodes and is becoming kind of a companion to the Ring Crew Show, and may turn into an offshoot of that where the guys can take a break from wrestling and talk about whatever else interests them. On the podcast we typically talk about movies, trailers and news, as well as video games and whatever else we want. Oh and there are occasional articles too.

bionic sheep
Nov 30, 2011


bionic sheep posted:

Hey everyone! I'm part of http://ohnovideogames.com/ and we run a podcast I figured some of y'all might like?

The Oh No! Video Games! Podcast
http://ohnovideogames.com/category/podcast
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/...mes/id432509109
Weekly video game discussion
Oh No! Video Games! was a stupid project started by four guys that just wanted to talk into microphones. Then we went a little crazy.

Our intention is to move away from games journalism standards that we’re tired of; we want to inform people about news that actually matters to them, provide editorials that question the current shape of the medium and put a spotlight on independent developers to offer the coverage they deserve. We want to make a game website that encourages critical thought about an industry we love.

If that sounds a little too heavy then don’t worry; we can also be total dumbasses for the sake of your amusement.

Cheers!

Following up on this, and through the same feed, we're going to be podcasting a game of Dark Heresy - a tabletop RPG set in the warhammer 40k universe - which I wrote and GMd in the coming weeks. If you're interested in a bunch of nerdy dudes making dumb jokes about cussing in space while drinking and dodging sleep, this might be the podcast for you?
http://ohnovideogames.com/category/podcast

Daryl Surat
Apr 6, 2002

I don't care what you say about this post, but if anyone steps on my bunion, I'll kill them!

Anime World Order Show # 102a – Subatomic Trivia Skirmish 9001

Okay, so we poo poo the bed even more so than usual between not releasing an episode in like two months and then releasing THIS. The audio quality is...sub-optimal because two of us recorded in the same room and two others joined in over Skype. What was originally supposed to be just us answering emails was actually an elaborate surprise anime trivia "contest" in which there could be no winners. In the end, we could only answer some of it, but "some" is probably still an accomplishment with questions like these. This spiraled out of control such that this podcast is just the first half of the incident. Part Two will be released shortly.

Our guest throughout this is Erin Finnegan, a podcaster in her own right whom we conscripted into joining us in writing for Otaku USA. She's probably best known as the author of the Shelf Life column at the Anime News Network.

Daryl Surat fucked around with this message at 16:07 on Jan 5, 2012

aniero
Oct 11, 2009



Re:Fresh episode 12 - Good Luck With The Apocalypse

So I forgot to post this when we released it last week and since we're skipping this week due to an unfortunate scorpion accident, I thought "I NEED MORE ATTENTION"...so I'm posting this.

This show contains: dildo fights, massive amounts of squirrel feces, amphetamines and special guest Steve-O. I'm totally not lying.

Fine, I am lying. But listen anyway.

ChristianDB
Jun 29, 2008


The show's name: The Catacombs of Neptune
The show's website URL: http://catacombsofneptune.podbean.com/
The show's genre: Comedy
Release schedule: Weekly ( one hour)

Description: Just a bunch of longtime friends shooting the poo poo. This is our first episode but it's mostly going to be news related, movies, game, relationships and whatnot.

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Hewlett
Mar 4, 2005

"DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!"

Also, drink
and watch movies.
That's fun too.



OFFICIAL WEBSITE IS UP!

This week on:




Welcome, loyal listeners, to 2012! On Alcohollywood, we revisit a film classic – Sidmey Lumet’s 1957 film 12 Angry Men!

Learn about the finer points of 1950s racism, the judicial system, and personal prejudice, all while sweating out the hottest day in New York. Henry Fonda leads a fantastic cast, including Piglet, A Robot, Diet Don Draper and young Grandpa from Problem Child!

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