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3-18-2010 @ 10:50AM
Every complaint listed here is valid. It is not the same show it was with Schramm and Turpster. I've given up waiting for it to come around. I am not able to listen live but really looked forward to listening to the recording on Monday or Tuesday. Again, its Thursday with nothing posted but an excuse, which is more than normal, I'll give them that. it doesn't seem they really make it a priority to get the rebroadcast up.The silver lining is, if you miss Schramm and Turpster you can find them at their new podcast:http://www.incrediblepodcast.comIt is not totally a WoW podcast but there is a heavy dose of it included. All the fun and great guests you remember from the old WoW Insider show. If I see the wow.com podcast is actually posted, I will probably still listen, but this has taken their spot in my listening schedule.
3-19-2010 @ 5:49PM
Thanks for letting me in on the new Turp/Schramm podcast. It has been too long since I heard those guys but their new podcast seems to be a bunch of them running their mouths about nothing. At least when they were doing the wowinsider show they had some focus and direction..those two get on a tear and you can't get them back on topic...Even though this week's show has failed to show up on the site before the next week's show I will stay listening to the show that Rossi and Sacco do..
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