"We're small, but we're growing" - Sam


Friday, December 23, 2005

The Elusive Show Number Five

If you were an early listener to The SG Show, you know Sam has been agonizing over a promise he made on our very first episode -- to produce a play for you all.

Well, we didn't write the play and certainly didn't produce it, edit it or create the fantastic music for it (a bunch of Podcast all stars did that), but nevertheless, Sam feels as if his promise is fulfilled.

So, for your consideration, and to amuse you this holiday weekend (while we still work on the Show #25 extravaganza), may we humbly point you to:

A Podcast Christmas Carol

Featuring Sam as Tiny Tim

Sunday, December 11, 2005

The SG Show #24 - Your Seven Year Old

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On this show, a knock-joke from our fan Brendan. Check out his Podcast. note: May not be appropriate for young kids.

The Oxford English Dictionary.

Sam recommends two new things to read:


  1. Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher

  2. The Goosbumps series by R.L. Stein (and yes, R.L. is the author of the Haunted Lighthouse 4-D movie we saw at Sea World in San Diego.


Legoland, home of the world-famous Dragon rollercoaster.

And from the quiz:


Podcastpickle.com, a great Podcast directory that has a movie-like rating system for Podcasts.


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Saturday, December 03, 2005

The SG Show #23 - The Listener Show

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Holy cow! Thanks to everyone who wrote and called in! If we didn't get you on this show, we're sorry!! Be sure to click on the Frappr link and let us know where you're listening to the show.

Good quiz questions this week. Here's some more stuff you can check out:

What's the difference between the north pole and the place where compasses point? And where could magnetic north be moving? Find out on this site.

Why do we sometimes call policemen (and women) cops?

Who invented the pencil eraser?

And, what is the atmosphere of Mars made of?

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