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Podcast of the Ohio - Podcast #1.

Sunday, March 25, 2007
So here it is. My very first podcast!

It isn't anything I'm really proud of. Honestly, having never done anything like this before, I sort of waffled here and there, so forgive a fubar or two in the MP3, alongside the possibility that I could have picked some better topics to touch on.

Since I lack any sort of file host, just follow the directions at Megaupload. Type in the code at the top right, wait 45 seconds, then download. Simple as that.

Now I have stuff I must do! Go Jackets!


  • At 5:29 PM, Blogger Temujin said…

    It's interesting you mentioned the notion of tanking the rest of the way to get a better draft pick. Head on over to any Oiler blog and this is the subject matter you will find being discussed.

    And advocated.

    The Jackets have a lot of decent pieces but overall they were a bust. Norenna was certainly a bright spot this year and maybe the Jackets can build around him. There will probably only be two Jacket players with over fifty points this year, and that simply isn't good enough. Vyborny, Zherdev, and Modin are never going to be 40 goal scorers. Federov isn't getting any younger, either. Ron Hainsey is your best defenceman and fifth in team scoring with 31 points.

    I'd like nothing more than to see the Jackets make the playoffs last year, but they'll never be able to consistenly beat the Detroits and Nashvilles of the NHL with that roster :(

    Maybe it's time to remove Doug Maclean from the GM chair and get someone in there who has better vision.

    Great podcast, though. Very thought-provoking! Especially for a first time.

  • At 11:31 PM, Blogger Bethany said…

    Hey great podcast Michael....keep it up!!

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