Monday, July 27, 2009

Podcast 27: Providing even more ways for people to not contact us

Well the great experiment of trying to trim podcast time down continues (a little over 2 hours this week). But even more awesome is the fact that we now have a Trek West 5 Twitter hash tag where you can keep up on: the latest TW5 news, chat with other TW5 listeners, find out about upcoming podcast episodes, and possibly get in on the ground floor of cool giveaways. But not so much of that last one. We have also decided to tap in to the wondrous beauties of a Google Phone Number. If you would like to call in and leave a brief (no more than two and a half to three minute) message/comment about the podcast, the episodes, or Joey and Peter just call in to this number: 801-788-4913.

We had no guests, so you are left to enjoy the dulcet tones of Joey and Peter. But once again, Listener Jim comes away with a few doosie comments. Very hilarious. This podcast covers episodes 4-6 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 5.

Various topics discussed in this podcast include:
    Do you prefer short or longer podcasts?
    New ways to keep up with TW5: Twitter and Google phone number: 801-788-4913
    Writing vs. Verbal communication
    Animal sentience? If they aren't sentient then does it matter if we kill them?
    Humans can't survive in open space. Even if they hold their breath
    Video about Mallory Holtman and Liz Wallace
    Joey gets freaked out by lightning while talking about disasters
    New sponsor: Designz By Dede
    Personal laws are dumb

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Here are the ratings that we gave for each show as well as Season 2 lists/recaps:
Silicon Avatar: 57min 32sec
Peter: SciFi - 6 Television - 4
Joey: SciFi - 7 Television - 4

Disaster: 38min 30sec
Peter: SciFi - 5 Television - 6
Joey: SciFi - 3 Television - 6

The Game: 31min 16sec
Peter: SciFi - 5 Television - 3
Joey: SciFi - 5 Television - 6

If you have something to say then we welcome your comments below, or feel free to email us at, twitter us at hashtag TrekWest5, or leave us a voicemail at 801-788-4913.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I agree with Peter fully about pets.

I like animals as an abstract idea and pereserving them is a good idea.... but I don't have pets, I don't want pets, and I don't understand how pets can be such a big deal to 'pet people'

basically, I like animals I don't have to take care of.

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