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Phonecalls and Fingernails

by MacHugger / March 28, 2006 9:23 AM PST

OK, since somebody had to mention it... we could hear you talking over the calls today in the podcast. Happy That didn't bother me so much as... YIKES please set a quality-limit for which calls make the cut for the podcast. No offense to Bill from Baltimore because his call was good once I actually lowered the volume but I think I actually ripped my headphones off in pain when the recording started.

I'll just go scrape my fingernails on a blackboard for ten or twenty minutes to cool down from that one Happy

-Kevin S.

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thanks Kev

for your ever-so-gentle comment.

sheesh!

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I smileyed
by MacHugger / March 28, 2006 9:55 AM PST
In reply to: thanks Kev

Twice, even Wink

-Kevin

PS Obviously it wasn't so bad as I made it sound. But I think I did cringe when it came on. Just the initial shock of hearing gentle studio quality banter followed by "screeeeeekkkkkktch tt ttch" Like I said, wasn't so bad once I turned my audio down and the call was interesting.

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!!
by Veronica Belmont-20381073359499778927797251280312 / March 28, 2006 10:03 AM PST
In reply to: I smileyed

Smilies do not negate hurt feelings!!

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Sounds like...
by rtemp / March 28, 2006 10:16 AM PST
In reply to: !!

Veronica needs a hug.

You should be ashamed of yourself, Kevin, for doing such a terrible thing.
Silly

-Ryan

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Oops
by MacHugger / March 28, 2006 10:26 AM PST
In reply to: !!

I thought it might offend Bill but not you guys. The content of the call really was worth hearing just, maybe read by Tom or you in that particular case. The cell noise was just a bit much in that call at the level I was playing the podcast when it came on.

I assumed the talking over it was an accident - either that or EVP Happy (go (ahem) rent White Noise.) In fact, I found myself trying to hear what was being said by you and Tom. Kinda like an easter egg in the podcast.

The smileys were meant to say don't take it too seriously. You nor Tom nor Bill's feelings should be hurt by it. Ugh... I really hate text when trying to communicate. Since I'm failing miserably, it's time to take a break for a while.

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Easter Egg
by AndyInTN / March 28, 2006 10:41 AM PST
In reply to: Oops

Thats what I considered it to be, I kept trying to make out what they were saying. It was an added bonus.

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hehe
by Veronica Belmont-20381073359499778927797251280312 / March 28, 2006 10:42 AM PST
In reply to: Oops

I'm just bustin' on you.

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