Saturday, November 22, 2008

Episode Thirteen

Here, for all of you to enjoy, is Episode Thirteen. Or, as I like to call it; "You told me to fight, well I'm fighting, this place is not safe, not upstairs or down."

As you will be able to tell, we learned from our mistakes last week, and have a cell phone interference free show.

Now, if we could only stop bumping the table.

Here is the link for the Hollywood Stock Exchange.
Listen to the show to get the first details on the contest we will be running.

E-mail us and let us know which logo you prefer, number 1 or number 2.

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Till next week,
thanks for listening!

1 comment:

  1. This is Frank's "Twilight" from Yahoo!

    I can totally understand the appeal of using a vampire motif to tell a story about teen romance, but when using such a vehicle, there are rules.

    Vampire rules include the aversion to sunlight and the inability to generate a reflection. "Twilight" breaks these two basic vampire rules. I normally wouldn't mind a little rule-breaking, but at least give some credible reasons for it. Sunlight, for the love of (enter deity here) is not negotiable! When Edward enters a bit of sunlight streaming through the forest his sparkling skin, which could have been explained in some way, only looks like someone went at the boy with a Bedazzler.

    Plus, the movie is just plain BORING, BORING, BORING. This emo-heavy, pastey-in-all-the-wrong-places schlock is something I would have expected to be cancelled in the middle of its first season on the old WB.