Clambake Episode for August 30, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for August 30, 2005.

This is not a fun show. I talk about dead people and drowned cities and play a few songs that cheer me up.

This show as a whole is Creative Commons licensed Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 1.0.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father.

5 thoughts on “Clambake Episode for August 30, 2005”

  1. Dave:

    Thanks for the show. My New Orleans experience has been at conventions, during which no bad meals were consumed, and precious few sober breaths were taken.

    I always had the sense that there was another New Orleans outside the French Quarter and the Convention center; what a shame it is that I’ll never get to see those other parts.

    It’s almost surreal to remember US planes and helicopters airlifting supplies in *Iraq*, *Thailand*, *Indonesia*, and any-other-place you can name overseas, and see our own citizens just ignored and left to die. I can’t type anything eloquent or insightful at the moment, but the people who were getting the necessities of life by “looting”, “finding”, or whatever the term is, are doing a damn sight more for themselves than any governmental entity has done thus far.

    And also, always great to hear Michelle 🙂


  2. Hi Dave,
    Re: New Orleans-a dream place that I’ve wanted to go to and have never been. Hopefully, I’ll have that chance-irregardless I hope with all my heart the good folks of New Orleans get their chance to shine again.

    Once again I give you kudos on your candor and willingness to share such a poignaint and deeply personal matter in a public. I know you’ve already been stressed out by pre- and post-Katrina issues,so that obviously was a little more fuel on the fire.

    In closing, Michelle is some of the est stuff I’ve heard that wasn’t already on the Rolling Stones Exile on Main Street.

  3. Been a fan of the show since I discovered podcasting and once again you prove why I listen. Your a stand up guy who shoots from the hip and says what he thinks and doesn’t care what others think. Don’t ever change that.

    Kudos, also on admitting when you make mistakes. Most humans have a problem with that for some reason so I applaud you for doing so. On that note I thought I’d let you know that based on the feedback that our wording on the Podsafe Music Network wasn’t appropriate we’ve updated the terms and if your curious you can see the change at

    Keep on doing what your doing. Your one of the originals!

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