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The Three Hoarsemen (Episode 23): Lines of Longitude


It’s hard to believe it has been nearly a year since The Three Hoarsemen met in meatspace in a hidden sanitarium in upstate New York shortly after John Stevens received his cybernetic upgrades. For this episode, your hosts battle the gremlins of scheduling and meet in cyberspace along the same line of longitude but at differing latitudes. With Jeff Patterson melting from the insides in the south, Fred Kiesche battling conga line dancing viruses in the middle and John Stevens working his way through the stacks in the north we take pause…

…and bring you our nearly most epic episode to date (at least in terms of sheer running time or time that it took John to pause to take a breath). You want rambling? You got rambling! From a breakdown of the works nominated in nearly all the categories of this year’s Hugo’s covered by John Stevens we segue to a discussion about reading and self-education by Fred Kiesche. Jeff Patterson attempts to unravel the tangled mysteries of Marvel’s Secret Wars. We conclude with our usual (snicker) brief look at what culture we have consumed since our last episode (as usual, The Hoarsemen are not to be held responsible for any damage to your wallet!).

Imagine how long the episode would have been if we had had our scheduled guest! Not to worry, she or he will be on in the future and we’re lining up many more folks to browbeat—errr—converse with into next year!

Running time: One hour, fifty-four minutes.

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4 Comments on The Three Hoarsemen (Episode 23): Lines of Longitude

  1. Fred Kiesche // July 3, 2015 at 5:24 pm //

    CAVEAT: I did the sound editing on the podcast. This is the first time I have edited sound since 1981. The last time I edited sound was with reel-to-reel tape and a razor blade.

    Fingers crossed…

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