Tuesday, April 15, 2008

AmeriNZ 84 – Tim too

Episode 84 is now available, and it's free no matter where you get it from. You can listen to it or download it through the player at the bottom of the post here, or subscribe for free through iTunes here (you must have the free iTunes player installed). You can also listen to it for free through the player on my MySpace page.

This is part two of a two-part conversation with Tim Corrimal (There Are Some Who Call Me Tim and Go Rainbow Radio podcasts). You can find part one over at Tim’s site. In part two, we turn a little serious, talking about the circus that is the US presidential election. The media plays games, and often favourites. Perceptions affect a lot. People need to pay close attention to whoever McCain picks as his running mate.

There’s plenty of silliness, too, and we end the conversation talking about time differences, which leads us to Trek-out. A phone message and a few comments on my episodes follow. There’s even a WMBYS-style outtake at the very end.

Leave a comment. Or, you can ring my US listener line on 206-339-8413. Email me at arthur{at)amerinz.com. You can also still use my other address, amerinz[at) yahoo.com.

Running time: 31:42 (29.2 MB)

Links for this episode

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Anonymous said...

Another great show from Tim. I loved that you played a voice mail to Tim on your show.

Tim Corrimal said...

It was great being on the show! Thanks again Arthur. I thought it came out great.

And you actually got me to talk Politics which I almost never do. You can chalk that up as an event in history.

Arthur Schenck said...

Archerr: Yeah, I thought playing the voice mail was a fun twist.

Tim: Thanks, Tim--it was a lot of fun. I don't know why you don't talk politics more, you have a lot of interesting and informed things to say!

Roger Owen Green said...

I'm not sure that I buy Tim's notion that Barack's getting a free pass; you've followed the ongoing Wright and "bitter" debates, so you know what I mean.
But he is absolutely right that there is a lot of sexism toward Hillary (references to the size of her thighs, e.g.)

Arthur Schenck said...

Roger: The media has certainly been beating up on both candidates, and a little bit on John McSame. I think the question of who's had a worse time of it is kind of beside the point when the general quality of the journalism has been so bad. No wonder people are getting so turned off to the election!