EscapePod silence...

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well to all DC hierarchy; please keep contact with Mr. Familyman-Eley and get him to come do guest voices when he's not changing diapers.
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He can do the voices WHILE changing diapers.

Nice special effects...
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bell wrote:He can do the voices WHILE changing diapers.
Good call...

..but honestly, Norm you really need to do another space opera style ep. and should get folks from the pod-casting community for the cast...
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So, seriously Norm, how do you have time for this? You're going to be doing 2.5 shows (extremely high quality) shows a week, plus whatever you do to feed yourself? Have you developed a way to avoid sleeping or are you just that good?
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Mr. Tweedy wrote:So, seriously Norm, how do you have time for this? You're going to be doing 2.5 shows (extremely high quality) shows a week, plus whatever you do to feed yourself? Have you developed a way to avoid sleeping or are you just that good?
Nah, I think I'm only doing 2 EP hosts a month, that's not too much to take on. But ya, sleeping's for chumps. :wink:
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Mr. Tweedy wrote:So, seriously Norm, how do you have time for this? You're going to be doing 2.5 shows (extremely high quality) shows a week, plus whatever you do to feed yourself? Have you developed a way to avoid sleeping or are you just that good?
And don't forget to recording hours of Silveo lines. And Norm says _I_ don't sleep. Ha!
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Haven't you left yet? Or are you posting from the road?
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A new EP episode is up, Steve's last. A fitting story, too, I'd say. full of fun, yet poignant.
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swamp wrote:A new EP episode is up, Steve's last. A fitting story, too, I'd say. full of fun, yet poignant.
Yea I liked it... it got the point across... I liked the guest voice in the reading too lol...
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From a totally selfish standpoint, this makes me so sad- Steve was the host that got me hooked on EscapePod in the first place, and from there the other zines and then the podiobooks. I will miss listening to him!
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jannypie wrote:From a totally selfish standpoint, this makes me so sad- Steve was the host that got me hooked on EscapePod in the first place, and from there the other zines and then the podiobooks. I will miss listening to him!

Me too. Stupid baby. (kidding!)
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is Norm on vacation ?
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He said episodes would be a little late this month, he's teaching guitar at a camp last I knew.

Last episode published was 173 on July 27.
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Yah, what Tom said. Episodes will add up right monthly, but not on release on usual Wednesday until further notice. Sorry, tryin my best, but just too hectic!
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Good time to catch up on past episodes, if you're new. Check out http://www.gardenstreet.org/drabblecastarchive/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I've started listening from episode 1, and so many more inside jokes/themes/tropes make sense!

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