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RetroforceGO! records episode 95 tonight: Listener questions


1:00 PM on 07.09.2009
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The time has come once again, dearest listeners. The time ... for nonsense. Tonight we record another of our all-listener questions episodes, made up entirely of whatever ridiculous poppycock you happen to leave us in the comments. We're not fans of rules, and tonight there won't be any.

So hit the jump and ask us about absolutely anything. The more creative and original your question, the more likely you are to win our weekly swag pack giveaway. I encourage you to be offbeat, thoughtful, and/or outlandishly offensive. We'll sift through and select the best of the best tonight for episode 95. Now then. Onward ... to mayhem.






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