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October 27, 2005

Night of the Living Left: Part One

It's here, it's now and it's happenin' . . . the latest Pure Idiom Podcast is available for download!

Click here to Listen to "Night of the Living Left: Part1".

Nathan, Scott and Tinkerbell fight off a commie zombie invasion, led by Professor Ward Churchill (all impersonations of real and unreal people are strictly fiction, and are for entertainment purposes only). They visit a Zionist Elder for advice, and use the Impossibility Engine to stock up on zombie killing weapons.

Pure Idiom Podcasts contain explicit language. All impersonations of people and depictions of places and events (real or otherwise) are entirely fictional and meant for entertainment purposes only.

Part Two, the conclusion to "Night of the Living Left", will be available over the weekend. Enjoy!

Posted by nathan - October 27, 2005

Comments

Absolutely Fantastic!

Posted by: Matthew at October 28, 2005 02:47 AM

Thanks Matthew! We had a lot of fun putting this Halloween podcast together.

For all you gorehounds out there, I'll let you know that Part 2 of "Night of the Living Left" contains a lot more violence.

Posted by: Scott at October 28, 2005 10:46 AM

*purr*

Posted by: Laurence Simon at October 28, 2005 11:48 AM

Former radio guy here. Damn, that's one nicely produced bit of hobby radio. Seriously good stuff (both here and at the "other" site).
Levels are in check; mix is good; incidental sound and layering is professional sounding.

I'm got a real case of radio envy working here. Wish I still did this kind of work. Excellent!

Content don't suck either.

Posted by: Ron C at October 30, 2005 12:44 AM

Thanks Ron. Nathan is the guy behind all of our audio production and he works VERY hard on these podcasts.

I don't do much other than show up at his house to bother him every week or so... Amazing he gets anything done at all!

Posted by: Scott at October 30, 2005 09:12 PM

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