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Podcast Special 001: The Shit I Don’t Feel Like Writing

Sunday, November 4th, 2012 by

Today’s podcast is different than the rest. One man, one mission, one microphone. Today, the cheese stands alone.

Join Fade to Slack as he delves through a variety of topics such as the iPad 4 (which he mistakenly refers to as the iPhone4 a few times) and iPad Mini launch, the Zynga layoffs and the first three games that will be closing up, the Nintendo Wii-U, Rocketcat’s Punch Quest failing to earn money, and anything else he was too lazy to write about.

Take your rest breaks and grab your snacks, the show’s about to start. This is the “One Man Show.”

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iTunes Link: Delta Attack Podcast

About the Author

Fade to Slack is a founding member of Delta Attack, an American expatriate in South Korea, and a true believer in the legitimacy of mobile gaming. Keep up with him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Fade2Slack so he can justify having a Twitter account.

Fade to Slack has written 352 posts on Delta Attack

3 Responses to “Podcast Special 001: The Shit I Don’t Feel Like Writing”

  1. Markham Asylum says:

    Nice work. I especially liked you referring to the masses as stupid (recall my prior comments about Angry Birds) and, of course, the mention of redheads.

    • Thanks, sir. I feel like I was a bit scattered and actually had to do it twice due to my stupidity of not testing a recording while working with new software (the Bossjock Studio app). I definitely prefer doing the three-man show for the sake of rapport and keeping my rants in check, but I like the idea of maybe just pushing a few of these out when I don’t have time to sit and write.

      You know, sir, I wonder sometimes if my abrasiveness is too elitist and divisive or if it’s somehow endearing. I like to think it’s a little of both, but it’s more likely the former.

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