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The Sudden Death of Levi Pinkerton is our very first "true crime" episode. I hang out on IRC and ICQ on Thursdays between 9pm and 11pm, and the people there tell me that true crime is a very popular podcast genre, so I figured I'd throw...
The dumb little podcast, Just Gonna Read This, is back with the first episode of season 4:
REDACTED: I Fought The Lawyers and The Lawyers Won
Sometimes you just have to give in and admit that your original plan wasn't, in the legal sense, a very good idea.
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From the makers of Just Gonna Read This comes a new video series, 5 Minutes of Relaxation. Relax and unwind to the reading of random passages from really old books.
Think of it as a brief reprieve from the horrors of the world, and in 2020, we’ve had our fair share. You can find 5 Minutes of Relaxation on YouTube by following the link below. Subscribe today, and don’t miss your next 5 minutes.
This special season 3 bonus episode is a cringey reading of the virally retweeted poem, The First Lines of Emails I've Received While Quarantining, by Jessica Salfia, the first live author to be featured!
Monstrously dumb, the season finale of Just Gonna Read This Season 3 is a measles fever dream breaking at the zoo.
The title serves as a warning.
This episode can best be described as a plea for help. Alternatively, it is what happens when an astronaut loses consciousness and slowly comes back. Very slowly. If you listen, say hello at email@example.com
Wildly reckless abridged audio book classics, to be enjoyed in the comfort room, washroom, bathroom, water closet, terlet, john, or crapper. Listen all at once during a serious session, or listen in quick bursts spread out over the aftermath of Brenda’s chili.
Find it all and more at www.justgonnareadthis.ca
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This episode is not suitable for children that you care about.
Have you ever actually read any of the real Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes? Let's just say, I am of the mind that the woman liked the sauce. Have a listen and you tell me.
This special March 14 episode is a memorial, of sorts, to a dear friend and former bandmate. Yeah, it's a little personal, but sometimes ya just gotta. Not a typical Just Gonna Read This episode, but not a drag either. Join us for the ride and hear sounds that you never ever learned.
Under The Sky Video (1992) https://youtu.be/AJmTvuSrJj8
Tasty Fish - The Way It Goes (1991) https://youtu.be/IdX3oy8n9_U
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Ever wonder what THE celebrity chef of the 19th Century had to offer? Me neither. Regardless, here is a selection of his best recipes for us working folk. Random (or are they?) selected recipes from A PLAIN COOKERY BOOK FOR THE WORKING CLASSES. BY CHARLES ELMÉ FRANCATELLI. Published in 1852. The most riveting episode yet. Be careful who you share this with.
Everybody likes fried eggs for breakfast, but would a chicken?
“It's not so bad, being on trial for murder.
Of course, it's a little embarrassing—when
the principal witness is the corpse!”
SEASON 3 IS HERE!
New Season - New Music - Same Lame Dude Talking
S3E1: Nearly 1.5 Million Marlon Brandos and The Next Generation is out now!
Visit wwwjustgonnareadthis.ca to listen to every episode and look at a bunch of old 35mm slides I collect that have nothing to do with the podcast!
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My gift to you this holiday season is an awkward reading of the first 3,005 words of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. I make no apologies to Kevin Costner. Stay tuned for Just Gonna Read This: Season 3 in early 2020. www.justgonnareadthis.ca
The Season 2 finale is here! S2E10 The Gettysburg: A Dress
No jokes in this one folks. Except that one.
Just in time for Halloween, an unexplained and supernatural tale from 1904: The Dead Woman's Photograph. Public domain literature never sounded so...odd. Things rarely are what they seem.
The first and last chapters of an old book by Hugh Walpole, more Robert Service, two attempts at the same joke, more sketchy recipes, and a trailer, literally a trailer. We're all Friends here.