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1-16-2010 @ 9:57PM
@Wazzul "I think the tricky part of Rossi's contributions is that sometimes less Rossi is better than more Rossi."First, I don't mean any offense to Matt Rossi at all. I think, overall, you're extremely insightful and knowledgeable about WoW. The problem is when insight turns into an over-the-top speech every thirty seconds. In regards to why I believe it's less bearable now is because he now holds a larger role in the show. The idea of comic relief is lost, at least for me, and just comes off as a puppy that's been ignored all day and suddenly is allowed to show off and be crazy for an hour. Sometimes it's just too much to handle, and other times a flat out train wreck of bad podcasting.
1-16-2010 @ 10:40PM
@ ichristpherI'd like to add as well. This is what, week 3, of this new podcast. It takes a long time to figure out the rhythm and chemistry of any show. Mike and Turpster had a tremendous rapport, at least by the end, and new people are not going to be as smooth. I think they are doing very well for a new show. Constructive feedback should be welcomed, and hopefully Rossi can hear what we are trying to say.@ RossiYou did make me laugh out loud with the WotLK as hosted by the Lich King detour from last week. I don't know how to tell you how to zero in on the funny, but I thought that in particular was very funny. Maybe it was more observational and less self-referential? Something to think about...
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