My podcast explores entertainment culture (nerd, pop, ect),self improvement and philosophy with a touch of whimsy and humor.
RIP Greg Ham of Men at Work

The toughest part of this whole process has been the lack of feed back.  I have been trying to tweak the podcast by what I feel I like.  The problem is that I don't like listening to me.  So it is basically all shit to me.  I finally received some feed back.  The consensus is that I start off well then babble.  So this week I took a deep breath and really became the producer of my own podcast.  I hope you enjoy the results.

Recommendations:It's a double animation recommendation week!! The hard work of both groups of people create the awesome art that is animation.  You really cannot have one without the other.  If you are an animation (cartoon and anime) junkie like me, both are well worth your time. 
  1. Rob Paulsen's Talkin' Toons http://robpaulsenlive.com/category/podcasts/
      * Voice Actors
  2. Clay Kaytis' The Animation Podcast http://animationpodcast.com/
      * The guys that draw the characters. I forgot about this podcast until I started listening to Rob Paulsen's podcast. Welcome back old friend!

Here is a link to the article I wrote:

RIP Greg Ham

Thank you for listening.  Seize YOUR burrito!

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Opening up theme is "Open Up Wide"  and closing theme is "Handbags and Gladrags" by University of Rhode Island Marching Band(2008) under the direction of Brian Cardnay.

Direct download: podcast_0-22.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:31pm EST
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