Turn 70 – Harrison Ford is Like a Fine Wine

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Featuring John “MusiM”, Lauren “Literally”, and Scott “Artisan002”, Suzy “Specter”.

Music by MusiM.  Buy the music at musim.bandcamp.com

Our intended topics of discussion are Scott Pilgrim vs the World, The Dresden Files, Howl’s Moving Castle, Ghosthound, Split Second, Reckoning Kings of Amalaur demo, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, Tony Tower, Tetris, and The Fault is in Our Stars.

Be sure and email us for the next show at carouselpodcast@gmail.com!


About MusiM
Musician, writer, Gundam model hobbyist, video game lover, host of The Carousel Podcast, and all with a day job.

2 Responses to Turn 70 – Harrison Ford is Like a Fine Wine

  1. Momotaru says:

    If you like dystopian societies and such, you might check out Marie Lu’s “Legend.” Written by an Asian-American (yay!) and has already been picked up for a film. Part of a trilogy, and the ending leaves you wanting more in a way similar to watching “Golden Compass.” About “Hunger Games” quality of writing, but I think it will improve with subsequent books.

  2. Comic says:

    Hey Thecarouselpodcast,
    In addition to your post I was wondering, Wine and France have normally gone jointly – if you want wonderful wines, you convert to the South of France. But facts are shifting, and Napa Valley has emerged as just one of the leading producers of excellent wines. Ratings of California wonderful wines have shown that both red and white wines from California have acquired a acceptance and name that may possibly even surpass that of France.
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