MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast! Episode 1 – “The Train Job”

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Multimediocrity – The Broadcast! Episode 1 – “The Train Job”

Hey now, gang. When State-Lines co-founder Mr. Haas first talked with me about relaunching this here site of blogs and podcasts, I told him that I would be more than happy to contribute some of the former, and had been intending to re-up my own of the latter. The initial recording of said ’cast has been “dropped,” as the kids say, and here we are. It’s a very brief episode–only 15 minutes in length–that serves as more of a “how you doing?” introduction to me, the show, and what’s to come. Hope you guys enjoy this abridged first installment of MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!

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SHOW NOTES
— Referenced podcast feat. yours truly #1: STATE-LINES Interviews Shawn
— Referenced podcast feat. yours truly #2: The ORANGE ROOM Broadcast
— Intro music: The Hold Steady – “Positive Jam” (Almost Killed Me, 2004)
— Outro Music: Childish Gambino – “Fucks Given” (STN MTN / Kauai, 2014)
— Closing Audio: an excerpt from Kevin Smith’s 2012 Epix special “Burn In Hell”

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HOW TO LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST

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Shawn Talley

Shawn is a cinephile, music junkie, comic book geek, sci-fi nerd, and pro wrestling apologist who knows all the words to the seminal hip-hop hit "It Takes Two". He speaks in pop culture references and riddles, and aspires to be just rich and/or famous enough to not need a LinkedIn profile.

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