For those of you that have been waiting, wait no more! At least in terms of the release of a new Duelcast episode. If you want to keep waiting for something else–like the liberation of a segregated social group you identify with–you may keep waiting. Or, better yet, wait no more! Take action and be liberated! Start a movement or something. But, you know, be cool about it. Don’t hurt other people or anything. Just like, responsibly begin to take action to make people around you be aware that their actions may not be as good as they should be in regards to how they act or treat you in your specific group. We are all free to disagree, but we shouldn’t be jerks about it, you know? Maybe like a news letter that has a really easy opt out feature. That way, if people want to know more and get involved in upcoming events they can, but they also don’t feel like they’re getting spammed beyond their control. Basically, what I’m trying to say is we have a new episode this week.
Last week someone, who will remain nameless, was on a business trip and didn’t have time for us. Or, should I say you. But we’ll take it easy on them, because they are nameless and as such cannot be identified with pronouns, and to be honest dealing with the fact that their parents couldn’t even name them at birth is kind of heavy. I mean, to not even be assigned a name is pretty cold. Even dolphins name their young, and they’re one of the least evolved mammals of all the mammals. They never even bothered to go onto dry land, and they name their young (I think…). And if you don’t have a name you are just constantly being referred to by general descriptors like ‘it’ or ‘that’ or ‘Jeremy’. But because life has treated this unnamed person intrinsically worse than you or I could ever imagine we’ll give them a pass.
That said, we did a thing and you should listen, because we like you and you like us and let’s be happy, the end.
Also, we are featuring some sweet new music. The intro bumper is by RoccoW, and is a cut from his song Electric Donkey Muscles, and the outro is a cut from Alpha Brutal, Epic Song.
Click below for links to full versions of the songs: