Thursday, March 21, 2019

Episode 86 - 11.02 Ten Years Later... or How Star Wars is Like WWE

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In the 86th episode of the podcast, I discuss the tenth anniversary of the The Random City Podcast.  I get a new tagline for the podcast, but my main topic is how things have changed the last ten years.  Much of this discussion centers around how Star Wars is like WWE.

The episode is available now, in Spotify, Google Play, iTunes, Stitcher, the Satchel Player, and YouTube.  I would greatly appreciate your ratings and reviews, on any of those platforms.

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