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The personal musings of dirty ol' goat & his Flame Dame! Expect random musings about Theatre, Role Playing Games, Hockey, and The Impaler!

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

The Satyrsphere #160 - Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

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Captain Scott & Cindy are together again! We talk theatre, the Satyrsphere Book Club, a new Podcast Pimpout and we announce the winner of our Crabs Adjust Humidity contest!

Find out more about our contest sponsor at: Crabs Adjust Humidity

Last Weeks Mystery Musical:
Flower Drum Song

Podcast Pimpout:
Homeo & Juliet

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Contact the show at or on Twitter at @Satyrsphere or call our voicemail line at 206-666-2313.

You can find Cindy on Twitter at @ArmyofWomack  or Captain Scott at @Satyr69

Until next time,
This is the Satyr, over & out!

1 comment:

  1. Okay, I'm following up on my last two calls, so I'm hoping you guys haven't recorded yet. You might want to mix-and-match the two mediums of communication.

    I guess the first time I heard your new "Podcast Pimp-out" bumper I was in a car with bad speakers or something. I was listening through headphones today, and realized the music wasn't a bad cover, but was in fact Queen. I admit, in my first call, I was wrong.

    I still don't like that bumper. It's not as interactive as the Abney Park song. You and Cindy grunting along to that piece is something I think your audience does along with you. I know I do. Those little things allow us out here to bond with you folks there.

    As to my second call, the one I made earlier today, I'll clarify that the song that hit me so hard was "Fight the Dragons" from "Big Fish the Musical." That song got to me on a lot of different levels, both good and bad. I'm including it in tonight's NaBloPoMo post. That I could be so moved was a wonderful surprise. You've engaged me like no other media. Thanks again.