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I said I would try to make this thing biweekly, so I guess now's as good a time as any to make this post. So here it is, whether you be a mod or plain ol' user who wants to be part of a podcast, either send me a PM or reply in this thread to show your interest.
 
The tentative title of the next show is "My Prejudice Trumps Your Observation." In this show, along with the usual slate of shows that will have (hopefully) premiered by the time next weekend rolls around, we're going to try and broaden our horizons by talking about things that everyone has already heard. Here's a draft of the outline for the next show:
 
  • Intros and shout-outs
  • Rundown of the week's shows (and any more goodbyes to the last season if we have time)
  • Is it possible for an anime to become a good live-action movie now? (or, "Cowboy Bebop is dead, long live...Voltron?")
  • Old vs. New Dante and why people will still play the new DMC anyway (or, "vidya games moment")
  • [Some other newsworthy or controversial topic]
  • Final thoughts
 
 Keep in mind this is subject to change, but we're going to try and follow this outline loosely because while this podcast is not going to be super-serious, at the same time I don't want everyone to just ramble on about pointless stuff for an hour. You can do that on your own time.
 
Anyways, we're looking for a few good people who are willing to show up on the morning of Sunday Oct 3, at about 10 AM EST, to rap about animu-related things for free on the internets. You need a copy of Skype, Audacity, a microphone, and to be available for at least an hour or so. After that, we can (hopefully) work out the kinks before and after the show. Just as before, we will stick around for a few minutes to help with technical problems, but once we start recording you will not be able to jump in, so if you do want to join in the recording you had best be on time. There will be no further warnings about this.
 
So on that note, hope you're willing to hop on board. Or if you've already done this, welcome back.
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