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AVRant #104: Just late

December 3rd, 2008

Don’t worry, there will be a new episode tomorrow. Better late than never? Not in this case. Feel free to fast forward past the first 12 minutes or so where we let you know all the deals you missed on Black Friday. I’ll let the responsible party let you know where to send your hate mail in the comments below. Dina has a super power. Blu-ray is back in commercials. Don’t think Tom didn’t notice. What you learn in marketing school. Sales figures and what they mean. More on Netflix/Xbox streaming. Comcast to blame? A Klipsch update (so far, no shipping info has come my way so let’s not reclassify them quite yet). A contest reminder for EVERYONE. ENTER NOW!!!! NFL in 3-D. DRM gets to Dina. Thanks for listening and don’t forget to vote for us at Podcast Alley.

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  1. December 3rd, 2008 at 16:56 | #1

    It wasn’t me, it was the one-armed man…

    See, I got in a car accident and spent the whole T-day in the hospital near death with Tom on the phone saying he needed me to edit the podcast while HE sipped Margaritas on the beach in Tampa.

    So after I got out of surgery I started editing, but I was still a bit groggy from anesthesia so I accidentally sent the podcast to some guy named TIM Andry (I think he lives in Delaware somewhere). So after I realized my mistake it was time to go back into surgery to remove the tendinitis I got from typing so much while in the hospital bed. But it’s all good cause I’m all about getting the podcast out for Tom. Surgery went well and I was back to my bed in no-time for recovery.

    But then my laptop crashed and I had to rewrite Windows XP from scratch since I didn’t have my recovery disc and my computer was 1 day out of warranty so Dell wouldn’t help me out by overnighting it to my hospital room.

    Next thing I know, Chrysler is on the phone asking me what they should do about their bailout. I told them to seek a smaller amount… less than 20 billion and go after the heartstrings of consumers. And install some software in their cars so that everyone can download and listen to podcasts while they drive. I told them I’d call Obama and see what he thought about it.

    So after I hung up with them I realized that I simply wouldn’t meet the deadline Mr. Happy Pants was insisting on and decided to just bag the whole thing and instead get back to work saving the economy and manufacturing designer sleepwear for french poodles.

  2. December 4th, 2008 at 12:35 | #2

    Wow, if only you could be that creative with your reviews…

    Zing! 😉

  3. December 4th, 2008 at 16:10 | #3

    Maybe if someone would make something truly new and innovative it would inspire me… lol. We are currently living in a “me-too” stage of product development.

  4. December 5th, 2008 at 11:23 | #4

    Totally.

  5. Raul in HD
    March 4th, 2009 at 20:54 | #5

    lol so the first half of the podcast, hmm. But the rest really good lol

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