EGC Clambake for November 24, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for November 24, 2005.

This show’s glaring error: I refer to a Jill Sobule song as “unreleased” and 3 seconds later name the album it came from. Where are my continuity people when I need them?

I talk about what I’m thankful for; I play a holiday song from Jill Sobule; I talk a little more about the Portable Media Expo; I have a distressing mouth; I play a song by Big Leg Emma; I tell a little story of my youth and play a song by Camper Van Beethoven; I try to sign off but my laptop runs out of battery and force sleeps 15 seconds before I finish.

This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPod Observer and Reel Reviews! Don’t forget, you can fly your EGC flag by buying the stuff package. For the month of November, $25 of your purchase goes to the Mercy Corps.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

4 thoughts on “EGC Clambake for November 24, 2005”

  1. For some reason while this episode WILL play in iTunes, it will NOT copy over to my iPod shuffle (I’m running WinXP and have an iPod shuffle 512mb running the most recent version of apple’s software)

    Any ideas????

    This has NOT been a problem with previous episodes.


  2. Koen Baart says:

    This Koen from Amsterdam, I can’t copy the show on my iPOD.
    By the way in the 80’s I lived in Columbia S.C. and went to Mertle Beach, and found lot’s of sand dollars.
    Greeting from longtime listener (1 year).
    Koen Baart

  3. Dave says:

    Hey, Dave — your link to Camper Van Beethoven has an ‘r’ instead of an ‘n’ at the end of the URL.


  4. Ken Nelson says:

    That’s the first time I’ve ever heard “Maccabees” in a song. I doubt we’ll be singing Jill’s song on Christmas Eve, but it was humorous, and theologically correct, as much as some Christians may be dismayed by that.

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