16 July, 2008

GoyFire #56

Posted by alex in Goyfire, radio at 5:27 pm | Permanent Link



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  7. 12 Responses to “GoyFire #56”

    1. Bill Blass Says:


    2. Heather Blue Says:

      I could not get it downloaded from the link for some reason. But if it is the one that was posted on the forum I have already heard it. Alex certainly sounded well and in fine form. All three were in fine form.

      Excellent program. Bravo!

    3. Stan Says:

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    4. Christopher Says:

      115 meg. That’s kind of big. I’m downloading through a proxy and it keeps timing out. Can’t you put up a smaller, lower bitrate version for people on dial up and using proxies? Not to mention anyone with an old MP3 player who doesn’t want to use up 1/10th of their storage for one show.

    5. Olde_Dutch Says:

      Good listen, and not the least bit dated.

      Let’s not forget the effort with a few dollars sent to:

      A. Linder
      POB 101
      Kirksville MO 63501

      Offset the price of spuds.

    6. itz_molec Says:

      File size over 110MB , that’s just absurd . Can’t someone transcode it down to something reasonable , like 20 or less MB ?

    7. saltriver Says:

      Gentlemen, keep the Goyfire broadcasts coming. It does my heart good to see Alex. Chain and Aegis expose these jewish bastards for what they are— pure vermin and filth. Welcome back Alex. We need at least one Goyfire a week.

    8. alex Says:

      First, I would never pay .88 for a potato!

      Second, I’ll let Agis know re file size.

    9. Olde_Dutch Says:

      I just came back from the local farmer’s market: .89 cents a pound for spuds of all kinds i.e. red skins, yukon gold etc. This is right in farm country too.

    10. StuGavin Says:

      Potatoes don’t taste good at all on their own.

    11. italiano Says:

      Not even yams?? Just a teaspoon of butter and I’m in heb’m.

    12. italiano Says:

      Incidentally, yams are a real bitch to grow. Never seen a crop so susceptible to rot.