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  • Writer's pictureEthan Nicolle

Bridget Phetasy is a person who is good at Twittering. I find her entertaining and I love her podcast because it is both about trying hard to make it in Hollywood and also about the poison of political correctness overtaking our culture and making us all hate each other.

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  • Writer's pictureEthan Nicolle

I'm a little late to post this here, but last week Axe Cop reached a new level in the lexicon of American pop culture when it was referenced in a Jeopardy question.

Here's the video:

And here's the screenshot of the question:

This was a teen episode of Jeopardy and none of them got it. The one guess was "Axe Murderer" which would be an interesting job. I'm kind of glad though, because I got to hear Alex Trebek say "Axe Cop."

Honored, thrilled, jazzed... this was so cool. Whoever writes questions at Jeopardy, thank you!


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  • Writer's pictureEthan Nicolle

I recorded this audio book using a Blue Yeti USB microphone. I created a padded cell using couch cushions to make a sound-proof booth and recorded the whole thing in my garage over a number of weeks while my family slept. I took a long time because it was my first audio book and I had to redo a lot of chapters because I kept blasting out my P's and reading too fast.

I did read the book in a somewhat old-timey voice on purpose. I wanted the voice to sound very sure of itself, confident, and not at all aware of the joke. I think I pulled it off.

What I love about this audio book is the unique experience of having an artist describe images to you in audio. I do not describe every image in the book, only the ones pertinent to the information. Sometimes the description is even funnier than the image itself.

You can get it on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.

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