Podcast: O Positive & Blade Face Blow Their Unicorn Whistles

Posted by on May 6th, 2011

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Andrew would like to clone a Unicorn and comes up with a new way to fund a Space Elevator. Brian and Justin discuss their new lives as undead Special Forces agents. Meanwhile, a mysterious signal from an advanced alien civilization puts President Young in a pickle with his Vice President Brushwood and NSA Chief Mayne.

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6 Responses to “Podcast: O Positive & Blade Face Blow Their Unicorn Whistles”

  1. Methor8 Says:

    has this only just been uploaded or something? Can’t seem to get it on itunes yet

  2. john paterson Says:

    recommendation for you all, i’ve never heard any of you mention Red Dwarf (British Sci Fi sitcom), so just in case, i though i’d let you know. i know you”l love it (the books are pretty good too).

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I would buy a unicorn whistle. I would also buy a yeti whistle, a chupacabra whistle and a mermaid whistle.

  4. john paterson Says:

    I’ve noticed a recurring theme, there’s a book being plugged called “Andrew’s Mane” by Gwendolyn Shadwell. Something spooky is going on.

  5. Mrblackjinx Says:

    Surely it would be better to have a unicorn kazoo

  6. Jasong Says:

    You guys lamented the lack of space elevators in science fiction, but I remember you guys mentioning “Old Man’s War” a while ago which had a space elevator in it.  Granted it doesn’t play a central role in the story…