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Episode 33 of the Super Podcast Action Committee is a "Best of 2012" episode, or a "clip show" as Andrew Eisen is fond of calling it. With Andrew trapped in the "land where there is no Internet" (also known as some rural part of Kentucky), and the Christmas and New Year's holidays on the horizon we thought it would be a good time to take a break and prepare for 2013. So this week we pick our favorite segments from the first 32 episodes of the show. We hope you enjoy this look back, but if you don't we'll simply blame Andrew for it and move on... Download it now: SuperPAC Episode 33 (1 hour, 9 minutes) 64 MB.

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Credits: The Super Podcast Action Committee is hosted by E. Zachary Knight and Andrew Eisen, and produced by James Fudge. Music in the show includes "Albino" by Brian Boyko and "Barroom Ballet" by Kevin MacLeod. Both are in the public domain and free to use. ECA bumper created by Andrew Eisen.

Direct download: SuperPac_Episode33.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 8:22 AM
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    posted by: Greis on 2013-09-15 22:31:19

  • I was surprised to see Rice here, as I know her more as an arts & ctafrs teacher. I had the pleasure of taking a class from Rice many years ago at a rubber stamp store here in Lubbock, Texas. Very charming lady! And so knowledgable and patient with us rubber stampers in her class. Rice lives in Midland, TX, which is about 120 miles south of me. If any of you have the chance to take a class from Rice, go for it! She is well worth your time.

    posted by: Lucy on 2013-09-15 18:46:46

  • So much info in so few words. Tolsoty could learn a lot.

    posted by: Dragon on 2013-09-13 19:59:32

  • Great hstoiry, thnaks for posting. I didn't realize SR stopped the press in 1997. I wrote a couple of pieces for it that fall. What would be cool is if the new SR put forth an effort to digitize a lot of those old issues from the 80s/90s (kind of like Dialogue did with its back issues) and put it up for alumni to trip down memory lane.

    posted by: Moises on 2013-09-13 06:07:15

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