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May 7, 2010

As promised, here be our second interview show with Benjamin Grundy and Aaron Wright of Mysterious Universe!

I won't even tell you to enjoy it, cause I already know you will.

Opening Music: "Alive WIP v2" by George Carpenter
Closing Music: "Superheros 2007" by The Toxic Avenger

 


Dave (UK)
almost nine years ago

Congratulations gentlemen. I suspect the first episode with no darkness. I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Funny, witty and just laid back enough to be... er... nice. I did enjoy this, some nice background on Jason Newkid, sorry Aaron and a bit of tin-foil-hatted-ness to boot.

In summary: win.

Sorry I\'ve been tardy to the party of late but been bust with camping trips and hung parliaments... ;o)

Joe
almost nine years ago

Well Dave, glad you enjoyed the break from the bleakness, cause here it comes again next show!

It\'s not on purpose, honest!

Dmitriy
almost nine years ago

\"What do you mean you have no flight response?!\" - priceless...

As much as I enjoy your show - I still think you haven\'t fully tapped your potential for interviewing people. How about you go and invite some more open minded folks from similar beyond-the-mainstream podcasts just to ramble? From the top of my mind I can name quite a number of podcaster who are not that hard to get hold of: Jim Kunstler of the kunstlercast.com, KMO of the c-realmpodcast.podomatic.com, Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver of The Bugle, maybe even Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak? I am sure that if you just send out a friendly letter to some of the above or any other you will get a positive feedback.

Anyone else has any suggestion for future guests?

Joe
almost nine years ago

Dmitriy, I agree that this show had more of a bounding box than most, which was just the reality of the constrained time we had to work within. I will look into the shows you mentioned above, and I am also hoping we can get Ben and Aaron back for a more free-wheeling show, one where we can really get in depth on some of the things we touched on.

And yes, the flight response exchange was very funny.