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Tim on the Arsecast

Tim on the Arsecast

Like every Friday, colossal Arsenal blogger, Arseblog, has come out with his weekly Arsecast. It's always worth a listen for the witty dialogue and inventive characters, but this week's edition is special due to the presence of Vital Arsenal's own Tim Stillman as the guest commentator.

Here is a link to the show. It's quite good. Enjoy.

Beware: Some may find Arseblog's humour too crude, so listen at your own choice. The 'c' word flows quite regularly. For me, that's why I listen.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Brice Coffer
Date:Friday March 19 2010
Time: 2:38PM

Comments

0
Looking forward to listening to it when I eventually get out of this hell hole. Or work, to the layman.
Gunnerman
19/03/2010 14:50:00
0
I would point out that I didn't use the 'c' word once. Whoch is quite some achievement considering I was talking about Phil Brown for a good five minutes.........
Little Dutch
19/03/2010 15:01:00
0
You were much too polite for that sir :)
nikolaijns
19/03/2010 15:07:00
0
im listening to it now on arseblog....ive just remembered what i was looking for,does anyone have a link of phil brown on the touchline as bentdner socres the winner?
fran merida
19/03/2010 15:22:00
0
Very good LD
ajwb
19/03/2010 15:24:00
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Quite enjoyed finally hearing your voice, LD. Great discussion.
jaelle
19/03/2010 15:56:00
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Thought Arseblogger was only good for "gutter humour" ;-)
shewore
19/03/2010 16:08:00
0
No it was toilet humour wasn't it? ;)
nikolaijns
19/03/2010 16:23:00
0
I've always found 'bloggers voice very soothing, it's the Oirish blarney thing, he's the potty mouthed red and white Terry Wogan
nikolaijns
19/03/2010 16:26:00
0
I love the way he says ****. That's why I listen
gunnerkid107
19/03/2010 16:42:00
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