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The Problem: John is powered by confusion. more
The Problem: Unfortunately, his name can only be scatted. more
The Problem: John lost the gravestone many years ago. more
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This was a great podcast until John was neutered by the cancel culture and Merlin was frightened into compliance. This is now arguably the most boring, safe, banal and humorless conversation you can listen to. But the listening community is safe from even the slightest chance of minor offense now… so the world must be better.
Heads up: Episode 453 seems to have an audio sync issue that gets progressively worse further into the episode. Pretty trippy and rather unlistenable, unfortunately. ☹️ This happened before, sometime last year. MM probably doesn’t read these, so into the void it goes… 😉
This show was always funny back when Merlin would SHUT UP FOR 30 SECONDS and let John finish a g.d. thought occasionally!!!
Before listening to Roderick and his sidekick I was back in the jungle where I couldn’t even rely upon games of chance. Money was pourin’ in from outta town. The odds were narrowing and goin’ straight to hell. Luckily I took Roderick and the sheeny’s advice and look where I am now. I’m the chief of police and I don’t know nothin’ much less which hand the shiny penny’s in. I do know that Roderick ain’t givin’ away silver underwear and the boys ain’t selling’ any. I’d better stop squealing like a ... more
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Roderick on the Line launched 11 years ago and published 445 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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