Lardy Podcast

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Just to let you know that the Lard Island News page now has the books selected in the Lard Library listed there.

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Re: Lardy Podcast

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Great work! You guys did an excellent job with your first episode.

For those who use podcast apps on their phone, you can use this RSS for the feed:

http://toofatlardies.co.uk/blog/?feed=rss2

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Great stuff , I enjoyed that , very informaitive.

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Excellent pod - looking for to the next

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Finally got round to listening to it yesterday. Great stuff.

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Really enjoyed this! MORE MORE!

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Just in case people are looking here to see how to add Oddcast to their podcast app (Overcast for example) then the above URL is no longer valid. You should use :

http://toofatlardies.libsyn.com/rss

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Re: Lardy Podcast

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Rich - it would make it much easier for people if you could add the podcast to the Apple podcast list which drives most mobile usage

https://create.blubrry.com/manual/podca ... to-itunes/

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It would. Every month I reapply. Every month nothing happens.

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You may ask where have I been since ITLSU was first published that I only discovered these rules this year. I wont even try to answer that, even in games terms alone! But I guess 'newbies' like me would welcome older rules being covered in your podcasts too? Adds to the motivation and understanding rules when you see somebody who knows them run through them in a game.
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