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The video recording of James Whittingham's comedy podcast from Regina, Saskatchewan.

November 6, 2006
Length: 19:13, 128 kbps stereo
Video version is iPod-compatible, if it's
not, contact me at once!

Simulcast on YouTube as a video version
of the show.

James announces that his JamesPod
podcast is now officially a Video Podcast
or "Videoblog." A video rss feed has
been created to download QuickTime
video versions of the show.

James forgets to shave before the show.

Week in Review: Gainer the Gopher
mascot controversy in Regina,
Saskatchewan, where JamesPod world
headquarters is located. Calgary
Stampeders CFL football team wouldn't
let in our rodent so James make a video
mocking the decision. It was uploaded to
YouTube and became viral. Calgary
Herald and John Gormley Live contact
James to discuss the YouTube video.

Fast Food News Podcast is out with its
second episode, this week focussing on
the McChicken Sandwich from
MacDonald's. See

James has a small part on a hit Canadian
sitcom called Corner Gas (Brent Butt).
Don't blink or you'll miss.

James shaves his face during the show
to make himself presentable.

The pros and cons of shaving in the
shower are discussed. James touts the
benefits of a single blade razor.

James accuses Bruce Murray of not
shaving before doing his shows.

James has an accident while shaving.

The Canadian Podcast Buffet, the
Entertainment Tonight of Canadian
podcasting, has mentioned James on the
show for the past several weeks. We
listen to a scandalous clip from their
show. They complain about James
having a poster of Tod Maffin in his
bedroom. James explains his reasoning
and admits that Tod and he have
something in common: they are both
practicing Anglicans.

News: Bruce Murray, from Pictou, Nova
Scotia, is known as the nicest person in
podcasting but James catches Bruce at
an indescretion.

Another plug for the Fast Food News
Podcast and we say goodbye till next

NOTE: the video version of this podcast
will be posted on our video feed and on
YouTube on the evening of Monday,
November 6, 2006.

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