Saturday, August 20, 2005


I'm thinking of starting a Podcast so that people can ignore me in another form of media.

Any have any ideas on a topic? Paranormal? Religion/Paganism? Politics? Any suggestions? Would any one of you be interested in listening?

Give me some feedback. I've been thinking about doing something like this for a while and Podcasting has taken off lately for those with and without iPods and other portable music devices so I figure now's time to get on board.

And anyone can listen to a podcast. If your computer can play MP3s, you can listen to a podcast.

Waiting for your feedback...

-=The Prynce


Shannon said...

You should do paranomal cause you have been wanting to find out if people have anything around them paranomal.


carrie said...

you should do interviews with all your friends :p

btw..we don't have ghosts here.

The Prynce said...

My friends and I only talk about things that we get, mostly. lol. I'm a big Andy Kaufman fan, but I don't think I could pull off doing things to entertain only a few people while pretending to entertain thousands.

That probably doesn't make sense, but go watch 'Man on the Moon'. It MIGHT make sense then. lol.

But I might do that... Of course, it will be audio only for a while until I get the hang of it all.

So Seattle is void of ghosts? Odd. :-P
The best way to make sure there are ghosts is to walk around and point at things and claim they're haunted. lol. My friend, Darrell, and I do that shit all the time, ripping on websites such as one as I'm gonna link here in a second.
But the link is The Shadow Lands.

But some of the things on that site (for SC at least) are just stupid and almost certainly have no berrings in reality. It seriously seems like people just walk around and point at things and declare them haunted (For example, there's supposed to be a haunted Subway resturant in Fayetteville, NC, which is about 30-45 minutes from here and it's just silly.).

-=The Prynce

carrie said...

tapeworm lived on an indian burial ground for like 9 years.