Friday, November 15, 2013

Blogcast 4: Fa-la-la-la Rum Balls






We mean it! Ask us questions!

Sorry for the delay everyone! Here's the fourth blogcast.
(download link here)

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7 comments:

  1. I'm so happy it's on iTunes. Now you're with me wherever I go...that's weird, isn't it? I suppose I could have listened from my phone, but I'm partial to my iPod and don't like draining my phone battery. But I've subscribed and rated/reviewed (under yet another pseudonym) because I hear rating/reviewing helps.
    My question: Was Carmen San Diego a symbol of feminism, saying that a woman can be the greatest master thief (and teacher of geography as a result), or is she yet another symptom of an inherently sexist, patriarchal society, once again saying women are nothing more than thieves and object of pursuit?
    Also, this got me thinking of the TV show, so another question: A cappella music, unbearably unlistenable or tragically annoying?

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    1. Now that I have listened (yes, all the way through) on my commute, thank you again for the kind shout out. I feel like an unofficial third wheel in your conversation.
      Also, I'd love to hear you two reenact a conversation between you and your sister. Boyfriend plays you, you play your sister. That won't cause any friction, I'm sure.

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  2. I will be listening to the Blogcast later, but I just wanted to get my question out of the way first.

    Given that time is infinite, and the universe is also infinite...would you like a toasted teacake?

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  3. You changed your music! Did Boyfriend just mention me because I said he has a sexy radio voice? I swear I heard him say "Janie". Do you have any other Janies? My question is the following: scones or crumpets? Willy Dunne Wooters has some rum balls. I hope he shares.

    Love,
    Janie

    P.S. If that really was me getting a mention, I may die of happiness before I even get to enjoy Willy Dunne Wooters' rum balls.

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    1. Here's a question: Is Boyfriend ready to leave you for an older, more experienced woman named Janie?

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  4. What kind of a cat does BOYFRIEND want? :3

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