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Episode 65 — Dubstep on the Grass

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I've listened to this episode twice already and it slays me. Only impression James was missing was his Gary Busey. Also I would've KILLED to see this episode set up on Ustream or some video site just to see Howard laughing.

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Oh my God , I burst out with the Eppitone / Glass impressions that was amazing.

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He absolutely killed it! Who Charted is an absolute joy, and this one had me chuckling out there on the London streets on my lunchbreak like a nutter. I have to agree with the Todd Glass comments- that was the only impression of him I've heard but he absolutely NAILED it... That was some insanely observant stuff right there. Agh, I love him. Thanks Who Charted! You're the greatest.

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This was a great episode of a consistently awesome show. James Adomian is never not amazing. I've played the Eddie Pepitone bit for anyone who will listen.

 

Does anyone in the world have more fun making a podcast than Kulap? And Howard, thanks for never failing to make art with your words.

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Once again proving my excessively passionate opinion that James Adomian needs his own podcast. Or I should say I need James to have his own podcast for my own selfish entertainment reasons.

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This episode made laugh the hardest of anything I have ever heard. This was just awesome.

 

Adomian kills it hard this episode.

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@Walter Nice. It might work better the other way around i.e. if PFT's face is placed over a HST picture. But beggars can't be choosers.

 

Well, Rusty Shackleford, if that is your real name ( which it isn't, because I happen to know that that is the alias of one Mr. Dale Gribble), I present to you the real Hunter S. Tompkins!

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