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So Let's Get To The Point

@TheKennEdwards talks to whoever he needs to to get out whatever he needs to say, and finds out way more from them than he ever knew. What started as an uncertain experiment has grown to a plunge through the self-masturbatory nature of a man who fell in love with his own show. Follow Kenn Edwards through life as he struggles as an amateur artist, trying to find his way. Forget structure - the only regular thing you can expect is a general aura of positivity. Other than that - subject matter, release frequency, episode length - anything goes, all dependent on what each episode calls for. The trek is a familiar one, but I've made the story my own. Come follow along.
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Now displaying: September, 2014
Sep 19, 2014

Kenn's entry into the September Alien/Predator podcrawl consists of a fascinating discussion on the works of Damon Lindelof, centered on the 2012 film, Prometheus, with guests Paul & AJ of the Gobbledygeek podcast and Blake & Mary of The Living Reminders podcast!

Sep 15, 2014

Kenn is joined by a roundtable who's who of his podcast community for this one! Joseph William Lewis (Nowheresville [youtube.com/toastedschizo], @ToastedSchizo, co-host of Smoke Gets In Your Ears), AJ Wiley (co-host of Gobbledygeek & Smoke Gets In Your Ears [gobbledygeekpodcast.com], @UnpluggedCrazy), Paul Smith (co-host of Gobbledygeek, @Haunt1013), Greg Sahadachany (host of The Debatable Podcast [debatablepod.tumblr.com] & All The Pieces Matter [@Wire_Podcast], @MisterGreggles), and Eric Sipple (host of Making The Scene [OUT TODAY! saalonmuyo.com], @saalon) get together to for a friendly debate to discuss the career of Kevin Smith, complete with an in-depth analysis of his 2011 film, Red State. A follow up to this episode, complete with a review of his new film Tusk, will be out next week!

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