Monday, May 19, 2014

Episode 116: We're at the End of Our Tether


We've got some more interviews from the ASL Open. We visit with Jim Burris, the host of the St. Louis ASL  Tournament. It is a great tournament that you won't want to miss. So head on over and visit the "Gateway to the West".  If that's is not enough for you, we have a discussion with John Lehman, member of the SoCal ASL group.  Hearing from one of our West Coast brethren is quite an honor.

During the letters segment we reveal the winners of the "Suggest a Contest" Contest.  Listen all the way through 24:40 to discover whether or not you are one of the chosen ones. If you are wondering just what is in  Winter Offensive Pack #5, we have the answer for you right here. Just hit that play button. 

And don't forget to let us know when/if you ever let others win and why you do/don't to be entered into our newest contest to win valuable prizes. This one is still open and ends 6/14/14.

SHOW TIMES
1:00 - Intro Banter
12:35 - Letters: The Call-In Kind
27:00 - What's in the Box?
42:30 - Jim Burris
53:00 - John Lehman
1:05:45 - Total Running Time

LINKS
Zulu: Men of Harlach
Men of Harlach (with lyrics)
Zulu: Zulu Warrior's Final Chant



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3 comments:

The prophet said...

Hey Jeff and Dave! I really enjoyed the last couple of shows. I do miss the "funny skits, jokes" which used to start off each episode. Any chance of bringing them back? I sometimes let "newbies" win, not exactly... but make movement decisions which are not in my best interest OR point out rules they could (read should) take advantage of. ASL has so many rules.... 'noobs' are at a very real disadvantage when playing a veteran ASLer. Our hobby needs "youngbloods" if it is to survive. You both recently attended ASLOPEN... how many college age or younger in attendance? Last August at WBC the MMP booth had ASLSK1 for $18. When I asked "Thought these were out of print?"... was told they have a "few" which are brought to conventions. I purchased a couple for our gaming group to offer as club prizes at events for newcomers. Later in the month saw Starter Kit 1 on Ebay going for upwards of $70!! Sure fire way of enticing newcomers to ASL, let's gouge 'em good right at the start!

Anonymous said...

Some puddin' heed's already selected the dull option. Give the boys a break!

Rabbie Burns has spoken.

Jack Dempsey said...

Cheers Jeff and Dave. Your latest episode is not appearing on Itunes.

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