The Eruditorum Press Christmas Party Shabcast

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Take time off from wading through the flooded ruins of your home and join the entire 'inner party' (as it were) of Eruditorum Press - Holly, myself, James, Jane, Kevin and Phil - for Shabcast 14, a massive festive blather-session.  (Anna was invited, but was too tired from doing little things like, y'know, fixing the site.)

Like any office Christmas 'do' there will be simmering resentments and blazing rows, the awkward office joker will embarrass everyone, somebody will get spannered and photocopy their arse (or, these days, scan it and email it to people I suppose), the boss will be unconvincingly jovial with staff who can't relax while he's around, two people will sneak off for a tryst in an empty office, and the whole thing will be interrupted by terrorists led by Alan Rickman.

It's undoubtedly the finest piece of Christmas-related media you're likely to experience in the next couple of days.

Download or listen here

And have a pleasant end of December.

 

 

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Jane Campbell 1 year, 5 months ago

That office was not empty!

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Jane Campbell 1 year, 5 months ago

I think, uh, I think the fax machine is broken.

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Jack Graham 1 year, 5 months ago

Well, it is *now*.

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Kevin 1 year, 5 months ago

Alan Rickman turned out to be very nice.

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dm 1 year, 5 months ago

I rolled a bad cigarette and listened to james's singing and it was actually bloody lovely.

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James M 1 year, 5 months ago

That's made my day, thanks.

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Matt M 1 year, 5 months ago

There was no election in 1990. Although Thatcher was knocked off in Nov 1990. So that may have provoked much joyous procreation in someone's household.

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Hypo-Calvinist 1 year, 4 months ago

So does John McClane carry lipstick with him, or should he be seeking a patent for:
"A method of writing quite legibly using only the blood of your vanquished enemies" ?

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