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Prove You Can Hear

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Aliens You Will Meet, 14: The Pickaderians

Download here The Pickaderians are extremely sesitive to symbols, so avoid actively making a cross, circle, cross-in-a-circle, square, square-in-a-circle, circle-in-a-square, cross-in-a-square or a cross-in-a-circle-in-a-square with your hands, feet or silverware, as these are all thought to be bad omen buy these highly superstitous people. Despite these precautions, you may find one or all of these

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Candy Mayhem At Dr. Sketchy’s

Published on June 26, 2007 by in Sketchbook
 
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The Department of Public Words Podcast, Eps. 1

Download here Featuring Chapter Two of From The Earth To The Moon, by Jules Verne, as read by Podcasting’s Rich Sigfrit. This podcast was recorded live at Balticon 41. Our theme was written and recorded by Russell Collins.

 
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Pseudopod 41: “Fingerbones Hung Like Mobiles”

Published on June 21, 2007 by in podcasts

Appearently, the story I read for Psuedopod, FINGERBONES HUNG LIKE MOBILES by Paul Jessup went up two weeks ago. My own fault for not noticing my own subscriptions, I suppose. It’s a fascinating take on a few classic folktale concepts, so naturally I ate it up. Go download it here. These woods are filled with

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Aliens You Will Meet 13 – The Sepch

Download here The Sepch exist as a hive mind, and have a surprisingly short life span, so do not be alarmed when one expires in mid-sentence only ot have it’s conversation finished by whomever is closest. The prime minister will die and be succeeded no less than twenty-five times during your visit, and it is

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