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When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show".

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When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show".

    Video Game Show Episode 266

    Video Game Show Episode 266

    When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show"

    • 22 min
    Video Game Show Episode 265

    Video Game Show Episode 265

    When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show"

    • 27 min
    Video Game Show Episode 264

    Video Game Show Episode 264

    When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show"

    • 10 min
    Video Game Show Episode 263

    Video Game Show Episode 263

    When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show"

    • 15 min
    Video Game Show Episode 262

    Video Game Show Episode 262

    When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show"

    • 30 min
    Video Game Show Episode 261

    Video Game Show Episode 261

    When pitlord Kromus the Undying spewed forth what we now know as "the universe" a small portion of his waste matter coelesced into a pinhole dimension. This reality of filth overlaps our own and produces vibrations that sound vaguely like human voices, as well as often emitting a high pitched squealing that can loosen the bowels of even the stoutest mortals. Using scrying devices only recently unearthed, we record these sounds and post them to iTunes as "The Video Game Show"

    • 28 min

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