Monday, October 19, 2009

Podcast 38: Lessons learned

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Alright, so we didn't learn any lessons to change our (or probably anyone else) lives this podcast. But we did learn that no matter how early we start, we still won't end recording our television podcast until 1am. We also learned that even when we say we have nothing to talk about, we still end up with a podcast over 2 hours. We also learned that when we finally get to discussing constitutional stuff in The West Wing we will probably be arguing a lot (as evidenced by our near shouting match on the topic of rights). Finally we are really pleased to have finally put together two promotional spots that we can use to help market us (links for promo 1 and promo 2). We only know of one person willing to do this so far, but it's good to have something put together in case there are others.

There were no guests for this week. This podcast covers episodes 16-20 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 6.

Various topics discussed in this podcast include:
    TW5 Promotional spots
    The right to die in battle
    Should you point out the truth if it will destroy peace?
    Worf is a racist
    Why does music evoke so much emotion?
    Should a captain be allowed to date a subordinate?
    Joey hates public displays of affection
    Do you own your DNA?
    I Fight Dragons
    JC Hutchins 7th Son Novel

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Here are the ratings that we gave for each show:
Birthright Part 1 & 2: 1hr 20min 44sec
Peter: SciFi - 4 Television - 3
Joey: SciFi - 5.5 Television - 3

Starship Mine: 16min 54sec
Peter: SciFi - 4 Television - 4
Joey: SciFi - 3 Television - 4

Lessons: 28min 42sec
Peter: SciFi - 5 Television - 6
Joey: SciFi - 3 Television - 2

The Chase: 34min 32sec
Peter: SciFi - 8 Television - 3
Joey: SciFi - 7 Television - 4

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