A period of highlights from 10radio\'s fortnightly show Sorry Not in Service. Tunes and Chat (without the tunes)
Today is gonna be the day
That they're gonna throw it back to you
By now you should've somehow
Realized what you gotta do
I don't believe that anybody
Feels the way I do, about you now
Back beat, the word was on the street
That the fire in your heart is out
I'm sure you've heard it all before
But you never really had a doubt
I don't believe that anybody
Feels the way I do about you now
And all the roads we have to walk are winding
And all the lights that lead us there are blinding
There are many things that I
Would like to say to you but I don't know how
Because maybe, you're gonna be the one that saves me
And after all, you're my latest Sorry Not in Service podcast etc and so on...
Welcome you hoary old dogs to this extra special Sorry Not in Service podcast. 'Why so special?' We hear you splutter as you finish off your 4th pint of beefshake. Well, it features not one, not two, but TWO of your regular presenters PLUS the extraordinary comic stylings of our brother Richard. He really is a #ultramegadude and a mean compiler of all things.
We discuss Richard's Top 5, his advice for Simon about child rearing, and our memories of Richard's yute/yoot/yout (delete as correct). We also neatly put the PodPodCageCage feature to bed.
Some might call this the most self indulgent Sorry Not in Service ever, but they would be fools to do so because they are doofuses. You wouldn't want to be a doofus now would you?
The Birth of a Child That Nobody Wants
Dear competition winner. You have been selected ENTIRELY AT RANDOM to receive a complimentary Sorry Not in Service podcast. It is both lightweight and Ab enhancing. Furthermore, for ease of use you can listen to it using your ears.
All that we ask from you in return is that you are kind about us to your friends and kin, and overlook the poor audio quality / poor audio found within. One of us was ill and the other was in a funk. See if you can work out which was which.
In many ways it was the perfect level of incompetence and disinterest in our listeners to mark our 100th podcast.
Person A: 'Fancy meeting you here, you're looking well. Have you had a nose job?'
Person A: 'I thought so.'
Person A: 'Yes, Dr Dexter is a marvel with a scalpel isn't he? Anyway, must dash, I've got a baked potato in the oven and it won't butter, cheese, tuna mayo and side salad itself now will it?'
Person A: 'Actually, just before I pop off can I give you the latest Sorry Not in Service podcast? It's Podcast 3 (see title) and is 42 minutes long. Yes you're right, that IS one minute less cumbersome than a PodCage podcast. It's got a dog, an Audio Pictionary competition, Will not being drunk and some admin in it. It really is the full ticket.'
Person A: 'What's that?'
Person A: 'You'll treasure it forever?'
Person A: 'That's right, you will.'
Person A: 'Now bugger off.'
Corpse A: *continued reverential silence*
Check you out with your internet connection. Ooooh la-di-daa, aren't you just Lord/Lady Muck with your cutting edge technology? Well Lord/Lady Muck, we are your humble servants and will bow and scrape to you and your every whim.
Speaking of which, that whim you had to download and listen to a nice fresh Sorry Not in Service podcast has been fulfilled. Here it is!
In this one, Simon has doubled his initial outlay on the home studio in an effort to improve the audio quality, with the inevitable consequences (it is worse). Will tells us about his Darty Party, we review PodCage in PodPodCageCage and we hear from the voice of reason, Tooty Baghorn.
All in all, it's 59 minutes of your life that you won't get back. Like every other minute you've ever had.
Look! It's shiny! It's new! It's a 10radio-less Sorry Not in Service podcast!
Actually, on closer inspection - while it is a 10radio-less Sorry Not in Service podcast, and it is new, maybe we're over selling it's shininess. It's a dull coloured, slightly scraggy, rough at the edges podcast with poor quality audio equipment and two flailing hosts trying to make sense of their surroundings and having an existential crisis with bells on.
But fear not! There are no bears in your bathroom and the content of the podcast is still just about palatable.
Just like the world, it will get better. Or fizzle out, just like the world.
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