Episode 32

January 03, 2022

00:29:05

The Year End Episode

The Year End Episode
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Show Notes

Ducks and Pomeranians the size of elephants?

Elon Musk and Joan of Arc breaking bread in the Courtyard?

In a light-hearted episode depending on your point of view, The Sound Bearier’s Tom Wilson and Matt Poole riff on giant animals (not tarantulas), overrated super heroes, and the random questions we put to our guests in our seasonal wrap-up episode.

The Sound Bearier team says thank you to all our guests and the Northeast State Department of Entertainment Technology for their excellent work to make TSB roar to life.

 

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