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Radio Free Burrito: Episode Thirty

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Holy Crap, it's time for a new episode of Radio Free Burrito!

On this RFB, I deliver a bunch of weird audio collected from the internets, a whole lot of thank yous, and a reading from the special edition of The Happiest Days of Our Lives.

Show Notes:

Ready? Then kick out the jams, mother effers, and 

Download Radio Free Burrito Episode 30!


18 Responses to “Radio Free Burrito: Episode Thirty”

  1. Tekdiff says:

    Woah! New episode! Downloading as I type! Woot!

  2. Tekdiff says:

    Great show Wil! Great to have RFB back. If I may share a related link, here’s a youtube video of a very early Jim Henson piece done to a Ken Nordine recording. Very cool in an unsettling sort of way…

  3. DetlefKroeze says:

    For the next time you’re trying to think of a planet: and
    Love the show, btw!
    Thank you!

  4. beth9133 says:

    Hey, dude, I keep tellin’ ya – 30’s are the new 20’s! And since I’m 42, I need to repeat that mantra often, cuz, well, the forties are the new thirties…

  5. Melimsah says:

    HAHAHAHA!! I was all like “Hmph! He didn’t get to mine!!” and all surly the whole episode and whining on twitter, and then I heard your “lost my convention box!” excuse, and I now I’m just laughing like an idiot. xD Oh, Wil. You’re so normal.
    I guess I can wait oooone moooore weeeeeek for that long-anticipated thank you. XD I’m so glad the Burrito is back!!

  6. beth9133 says:

    I just wish my dad wasn’t the dick idiot driver…
    Oh, and another Guinness (proverbially) on its way! Just be careful when you visit planet Epsilon blah blah blah!
    Theresa W

  7. karohemd says:

    Love the vintage ads.
    Ah, driving stories. Is driving at night part of driver’s training in the US?
    Loved the Incredible but True bit, I’m going to listen to a few of those. Thanks for the tip.
    I’m a huge fan of incredible stories/unexplained phenomena, too but always in a “what could the scientific explanation for this be” way. “Ghosts” or other supernatural “explanations” are just too easy, it’s just something we haven’t quite grasped yet, a bit like Clarke’s Third Law.
    Something you might enjoy: Tintin meets H.P. Lovecraft. Somebody needs to properly write those.

  8. Jeff Smith says:

    I feared there would never be another one. Thanks, downloading now.

  9. Edgizmo says:

    This was an excellent episode. I especially liked the Incredible, But True segment and the excerpt from your writing. Thanks for doing it, Wil!

  10. TaiiChii says:

    Thanks for another half hour of great entertainment, I really enjoyed this episode!
    Just wondering whether you forgot me on the thank you list or Pay Pal got something wrong and you never received my food for the burrito back in May …

  11. Worth the wait, fer sure. Thanks, Wil! I went googling to uncover a picture of Zoltar The Fortune Teller and found this neat-o coolio necklace on Etsy that holds parchment paper fortunes inside. Thanks for sending me down that delightful rabbit hole…

  12. AmyElkVO says:

    Love the show, Wil. I am very happy to know where I can get a full orchive of the show now. Excellent!

  13. I think this was a quite tasty burrito. An eclectic mix of fun clips, mixed with Uncle Wil’s funny insight. Look forward to the next burrito. My only complaint is that I have to wait for the next burrito. 🙂 I will look forward to knocking the burrito my lobes next week.

  14. Yay for a new podcast! Your son’s drawing is great, it reminds me of old Tool videos. As someone navigating being a step-parent, I always enjoy your stories about your kids. Hope for more podcasts in the near future.

  15. Zkid6050 says:

    Awesome new episode, but you need to just turn down the drop in volume.

  16. Eric in PA says:

    Awesomesauce. Wish you had more time to do this regularly, your podcasts are always kick-ass…

  17. Thane9 says:

    I’ve recently begun listening to RFB in the car rather than my dumpy little earbuds and I’ve noticed something that didn’t seem like such a big deal before. The volume between your spoken sections and the other items in your podcast seems to vary greatly. I was finding myself turning you up to hear what you were saying only to be blasted when you’d cut to music or some other piece. I’m not sure if this is on my end, or part of your production, but I thought I’d mention it.
    Otherwise I savor these on the bi-weekly drives from Chicago-Columbus and back. I’m saving 31 for next weeks trip.
    Keep up the good work!

  18. Magicwoman says:

    Yeah! A new Burrito!!! Loved listening to it this morning on the bus…now going to listen to the next new episode!
    Enjoyed hearing Zoltan – always reminds me of “Big.”
    Thanks for such entertaining podcasts!