No time for a lengthy explanation of this week’s episode. Heck, we can’t even remember what we talked about. The only thing that sticks out is the fact that Aaron Linde swooped in like an angel and kept Brad from ruining your favorite show with his tired, semi-coherent mumbling. Thanks, Aaron!
This week on The Electric Hydra Internet Radio Show, Joseph joins Brad in a delightful pre-Super Bowl discussion. The dynamic duo then address what their respective teams, The Colts and The Titans, need to do next year. Naturally, if you don’t care about NFL football or have anything more than a passing interest in such things, you definitely shouldn’t listen to this. Also, if you’re a fan of high audio quality, this definitely isn’t a pod you should put in your ears. We had an unfortunate microphone issue.
Whew. That’s a lot of caveats. Anyway! Feel free to listen to the podcast below if none of the above has made you flinch.
This week we discuss, in extravagant detail, where we’re recording from. Also, we enjoy several long pauses. When we’re not doing that stuff, though, we’re diving into exciting subjects like Metal Gear as a series, the failings of Metal Gear Solid 3, and even the Zelda Timeline. Anthony and Aaron also give their overall impressions of their “SW: TOR” experience thus far.
Give us a listen just below, or hey, subscribe to us on iTunes. Thanks for being patient, guys. I realize there was a long-ish break and all. You’re the best!
Hi dudes! It’s been awhile since I’ve dropped a pod, so I thought I drop in and say that we’re still around. Also, I wanted to announce that we’re not recording this week due to some scheduling conflicts / illnesses.
Three weeks without TEH is a lot considering we’ve been delivering fairly consistently over the last (almost) two years. I miss recording, too — TEH is a fantastic time for us all to catch up, so it’s a special thing. If time, family, and work doesn’t get in the way, we’ll put on a show next week. I’ll let you know via The Twitters.
Have a great week, guys. Oh! And if you’d like to listen to at least one of us this week, check out Podtoid or The TouchArcade Show. Both are fun! Yay!