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Posted on Tuesday, November 11 @ 18:25:09 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Many of you who come to the site never listen to our weekly podcast. Well you should try it now because it's easier than ever now that it is available for free on iTunes.

To download or subscribe, just get iTunes (also free if you don't already have it) and click right on this link. If you subscribe, you can even have it automatically synched to your iPod every week. That's free new gaming stuff in your iPod every week.

It's a lot of fun, and we have a lot of fun (and beers) making it. Almost every episode we figure out a way  to give away some of the gaming swag that we get sent to our listeners. We've had secret undercover GameStop employees join us to talk about GameStop's real policies and practices. We also get special game developer guests on the show.

This Friday's episode will have Dennis Fong joining us, who you old schoolers will remember as Thresh, the world's fist professional gaming athlete to actually make a good living at it. Dennis has since ridden the dot com roller coaster as CEO of a couple companies, and we'll be talking about his newest company Raptr. Oh, and we'll be drinking beer.

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