MU Podcast 050 - Semicentennial with the Count of Chaosium

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Re: MU Podcast 050 - Semicentennial with the Count of Chaosi

Post by Shannon Mac » Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:33 pm

Yes, congrats. In your honor I left a voice mail. I'm sure I'll do another or two or three later. :roll:

MURPH: you were talking about insects and getting lost in the forest. A tale my Campbell.

Might that have been COLD PRINT and the short story was "The Insects from Shagghai"?

If I am correct I only know this because I started reading it yesterday. :!:
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Re: MU Podcast 050 - Semicentennial with the Count of Chaosi

Post by Dr. Gerard » Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:50 am

I've had Cold Print in my Amazon cart for two weeks. Needs it!
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Re: MU Podcast 050 - Semicentennial with the Count of Chaosi

Post by Howard » Tue Mar 11, 2014 5:44 pm

You guys made many of my work hours fly-by with a smile. Cheers! Looking forward to the next 50.

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Re: MU Podcast 050 - Semicentennial with the Count of Chaosi

Post by fallingtower » Wed Mar 26, 2014 7:07 pm

You guys rock harder than Shub Nigurath's gallstones!!

I just realized I totally did not download this episode.
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