Welcome to Episode #4 of the Silent Noise Project.


Warning: This podcast contains some disgusting information about mice!
(And you thought they were all cute and cuddly. Sorry to disappoint.)

This episode is 46 minutes and 48 seconds long and 64.3 MB in size. You will want to insert the forks into your ears sometime around the 25-minute mark.

I am so freakin’ tired right now I just copied most of this from the last episode of the Silent Noise Project:

Music in this episode is from Tom Morse (sorry, but I can’t find out anything about him) and The Auto Defiance. Interstitial music is by Kevin McLeod at incompetech.com. You can read about how to use RSS to follow my podcasts here. (Do this! Do this now!)

Sorry for the gigantic sucking sound you are currently hearing. It’s not the MegaMaid from Spaceballs, so don’t bother adjusting your set. It’s just that I think this episode sucks.

Lots of good information about calipers can be found here. (Actually, I don’t know if it’s good or not. tl;dr*  But it has some pretty pictures.)

I highlighted the incredibly obvious warning message.

 Suck! Suck! Suck!

After listening to this episode, you might think “Oh, ____, there goes the planet.” If that leaves you depressed, you can watch the BEST Movie Blooper EVER! (This podcast is foam! But you will probably feel like heaving after you listen to it!)

This is dumb, I know, but I can never resist throwing in something from Planet of the Apes. Did you know that the book was written by the same guy who wrote Bridge on the River Kwai? Seriously. His name was Pierre Boulle. Knowing this gives you +3 intelligence.

BTW: D&D Character Attributes are:

  • Strength
  • Dexterity
  • Constitution
  • Intelligence
  • Wisdom
  • Charisma

I can’t believe I forgot one of these. I guess that means -5 intelligence and -10 charisma for me, and probably -1 constitution when all the other nerds pelt me with their dragon dice. (Yes, -1. Those dice get pretty heavy after a while, you know.)

This really isn’t a blooper, but it’s frakkin’ hilarious.

It’s possible that I am evil because I am still laughing at this. I’m so sorry, Mr. Fluffypants. I’m so sorry.

Read this to amaze your parents and confuse your pets.

I am missing this.

*tl;dr = “too long; didn’t read” but you only get to use this excuse on the internets.

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