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Episode 53: Tacos Give You Energy

by Michael Cole - June 26, 2009, 11:05 pm PDT
Total comments: 8

Neal and TYP host Radio Trivia in spite of their mutual exhaustion.

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DAaaMan64June 27, 2009


DAaaMan64June 29, 2009

More attention on this!  Thanks for the podcast as usual, TYP. I always look forward to these coming out.

I look forward to them too, except when I'm on it. I don't really like listening to podcasts that I'm on.

The way I look at it, I lived it. Regardless, these are fun...so everybody listen!

DAaaMan64June 29, 2009

Maybe you should have forum members on the podcast :P

NWR_DrewMGAndy Goergen, AlmunusJuly 01, 2009

Quote from: DAaaMan64

Maybe you should have forum members on the podcast :P


I rarely listen to Radio Trivia Podcast Edition... not sure why.  I'm fixing that by listening to this episode.  Need to subscribe to this feed.

Nick DiMolaNick DiMola, Staff AlumnusJuly 08, 2009

You definitely need to get on that feed, Radio Trivia rocks!

Another great episode here, guys. I second Neal's sentiment about listening to podcasts you're on. It's always so weird when you do. Plus you know what's coming, so it kind of takes the fun out of it. Also, I always feel like I sound like an idiot (I probably do), so it can be painful to listen.

Yeah, I've become moderately immune to hearing my own voice. It helps that I can edit out stupid things I say on this podcast.

yoshi1001July 10, 2009

5. Is it just me, or is the music for this game horribly overcompressed? Seems like there's no dynamic range at all. Even so, I must admit it is great music.

I've actually gotten pretty used to hearing myself, since I'm doing it on a daily basis.

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