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Going All Arsecast On Your Arses

At the risk of some shameless self promotion, those of you accustomed to my loquacious witterings in printed word form, might be interested to hear my dulcet tones on this week`s arsecast. Having made myself a steaming hot mug of sugary tea and locked myself in a darkened room, I picked up the blower and had a chat with arseblogger about Jack Wilshere- the player and the tackler, Marouane Chamakh, impressions of the crushing of Shakhtar Donetsk as well as thoughts on the weekend visit to Manchester Council Accommodation.

You can catch the chinwag on www.arseblog.com. All the technical mumbo jumbo about how you go about downloading the arsecast onto your i-wotsits or onto jack plugs that then beam the cast directly into your brain via an infra red signal carried by space pixies can be found on the site. If you`re a technological Luddite like me, you can just click the embedded link at the bottom of the page. If you`re a Stoke City player and you want to listen, bang screen and grunt until pleasant noise appears. Cheers.LD.




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Writer: Tim Stillman Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 22 2010

Time: 9:33AM

Your Comments

Good job. Funny to hear someones voice when you have only ever read their articles. Everytime i listen to arseblog he sounds like he is putting on some sort of voice. Perhaps not, but it has a comical sound to it
paul_ownz
Ah yes I get what you mean Paul. When you read someone's blog you automatically think that someone's speaking to you. And you imagine how his voice would be. And then it sounds weird when you actually listen to the person. Nice Arsecast this week. Plenty of waffle and when you have LD in the house it is bound to blow up.
Eboue=GOD
Always loved LD's voice--been awhile since you've done one of these.
jaelle
You wouldn't say that if you heard me after a few double jamesons singing Smiths songs at 2 o'clock in the am.
Little Dutch
You just knew we were going to win today didn't you?
gronedrone
 

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