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What’s up Internet? Welcome to OutestSpaceTV! This little project is brought to you by yours truly, the Internet’s Archymedius and future NASA Head Administrator-Cooke.
So what is OutestSpaceTV?
It’s something very nebulous and not well defined in the slightest.
It’s a conversational based video series (read as “Internet TV channel”). I guess you could call it a talk show. There will be guests now and again but it will always consist of myself and Administrator Cooke (I have completely resigned to calling him that because I figure I might be working for him someday). Segments (read as “shows”) that could end up repeating or not. A lot of talking about stuff, whether it’s real (like space and news) or fictional (like comic book/movie/TV characters etc). Nothing is really off limits when it comes to OutestSpaceTV. Seriously, we’re talking about the farthest reaches of the known universe, anything can happen out here.
Try OutestSpaceRadio first…
Before you get to see our introductory “episode” of OutestSpaceTV, you can listen to our technological failure of an episode on OutestSpaceRadio staring Archymedius and Administrator-Cooke. Just click the link and download the mp3 and enjoy. (Parental Guidance is Advised)
Here’s the podcast for our failed first episode of OutestSpaceTV. Check it out to get a bit of a preview of what’s to come. Be warned, it’s over an hour long.