The Vocal Fries

Hello, all! This is my very first review on this blog, and there is no better first podcast to review than The Vocal Fries, a current favorite of mine. At its core, The Vocal Fries is an informational linguistic podcast that seeks to broaden the world’s knowledge of how much linguistic discrimination affects our daily […]

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Fiercely Altered Perspective Podcast

I just spent four minutes choking on Cool Ranch Doritos so that’s where I am tonight. What’s up. Tonight I’m talking about the only podcast I officially endorse (with my absolute zero endorsement power), Fiercely Altered Perspective. I’m all about my Iconic Internet Parents™. Fiercely Altered Perspective (also known as “The Fap Pod”) is a podcast […]

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Empty Review – Zimbellina

Empty is a sci fi audio drama which starts off with a few audio diaries of various staff of astronauts. They are working on colonising a totally new galaxy. The universe is too crowded so they’re opening up the options to outside the galaxy. Our ship is coming after some colonising ships have already been […]

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The 1000 Followers Contest!

Hello, pals! It’s time we talk about this nifty little contest/giveaway that we are hosting since we have crossed the 1000 follower threshold! First, on behalf of all of us, we are so humbled and grateful that you have chosen us to be your champions, to promote you and praise you and stand beside you! […]

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The Blood Crow Stories Review – Zimbellina

The Blood Crow Stories SS Utopia Max, a college student doing a history thesis on Dr Wiseman and the SS Utopia, a cruise ship which could become a submarine. So he’s doing a podcast which combines his notes and the recordings from the ship. He says something is happening on the tapes which shows something […]

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Myopia: Defend Your Childhood

HI! Ren here with another review. Today I want to review “Myopia: Defend Your Childhood” a fun podcast that literally makes you defend your childhood. They take movies that are at least ten years old (and the occasional cartoon) and review them and ask “Do they stand the test of time?” I, for one, loved […]

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