Podcast – Rolling Uglyness, Cousins v Media, pluging shows

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On this weeks Show I look at:

  • NAB Cup Round 2 results
  • Ugly footy/rolling Zones/Flooding/etc/etc/etc
  • Cousins, concussion, amnesia and the media
  • Plugs for stuff (too be updated later)

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  1. I am fairly new to the game – being of the fairer sex :) I didn’t grow up with it – and have only been seriously following it for the last couple of years. I listened to your last podcast (first ever podcast for me) and found it interesting although it took me a while to realise what the distracting thud, thud in the background was! We are not used to rain here in Canberra and I have forgotten how to use windscreen wipers! You also fade in and out on occasion – is it possible to clean up the sound a bit before publishing the podcast or is that just part and parcel of the concept? Sorry – am a bit new to this podcast thing.
    I enjoyed listening to your opinion on the zoning/flooding issue (it was educational) and agree that it will probably be water under the bridge by mid-season. The game will/must constantly adapt and change – if it remains the same it will eventually stagnate and die. Getting the balance between change and steady-state is the challenge – and I am not confident that the AFL have got it right at the moment.
    I don’t like the change to the rules on the “rushed behinds” – to me that was part of the tactics of the game. I think it was a knee jerk response to the final last year – and almost seems like the AFL was giving Geelong an excuse for losing when Hawthorn played a tactically sound and masterful game (I am not a Hawks fan – just enjoyed the game). Could that have been a sponsor driven thing?
    I do like the nine point goal and think that will encourage kicking for goal as at the moment there seems to be a lot of handballing and fussing around getting the ball into the forward 50. I like the excitment and anticipation of the thumping big kicks.
    Anyway, I liked the podcast although I could have done with less of Ben Cousins – am so over him. I would have liked more news on what actually happened over the weekend with your commentary/opinion – not so it dominates the “opinionated rambling” which I enjoyed as part of the passion of the game – but it would give a bit more information for those of us who often have to work weekends and can’t watch everything.
    Cheers and Go Swans!

  2. I am fairly new to the game – being of the fairer sex :) I didn’t grow up with it – and have only been seriously following it for the last couple of years. I listened to your last podcast (first ever podcast for me) and found it interesting although it took me a while to realise what the distracting thud, thud in the background was! We are not used to rain here in Canberra and I have forgotten how to use windscreen wipers! You also fade in and out on occasion – is it possible to clean up the sound a bit before publishing the podcast or is that just part and parcel of the concept? Sorry – am a bit new to this podcast thing.
    I enjoyed listening to your opinion on the zoning/flooding issue (it was educational) and agree that it will probably be water under the bridge by mid-season. The game will/must constantly adapt and change – if it remains the same it will eventually stagnate and die. Getting the balance between change and steady-state is the challenge – and I am not confident that the AFL have got it right at the moment.
    I don’t like the change to the rules on the “rushed behinds” – to me that was part of the tactics of the game. I think it was a knee jerk response to the final last year – and almost seems like the AFL was giving Geelong an excuse for losing when Hawthorn played a tactically sound and masterful game (I am not a Hawks fan – just enjoyed the game). Could that have been a sponsor driven thing?
    I do like the nine point goal and think that will encourage kicking for goal as at the moment there seems to be a lot of handballing and fussing around getting the ball into the forward 50. I like the excitment and anticipation of the thumping big kicks.
    Anyway, I liked the podcast although I could have done with less of Ben Cousins – am so over him. I would have liked more news on what actually happened over the weekend with your commentary/opinion – not so it dominates the “opinionated rambling” which I enjoyed as part of the passion of the game – but it would give a bit more information for those of us who often have to work weekends and can’t watch everything.
    Cheers and Go Swans!

  3. I am fairly new to the game – being of the fairer sex :) I didn’t grow up with it – and have only been seriously following it for the last couple of years. I listened to your last podcast (first ever podcast for me) and found it interesting although it took me a while to realise what the distracting thud, thud in the background was! We are not used to rain here in Canberra and I have forgotten how to use windscreen wipers! You also fade in and out on occasion – is it possible to clean up the sound a bit before publishing the podcast or is that just part and parcel of the concept? Sorry – am a bit new to this podcast thing.
    I enjoyed listening to your opinion on the zoning/flooding issue (it was educational) and agree that it will probably be water under the bridge by mid-season. The game will/must constantly adapt and change – if it remains the same it will eventually stagnate and die. Getting the balance between change and steady-state is the challenge – and I am not confident that the AFL have got it right at the moment.
    I don’t like the change to the rules on the “rushed behinds” – to me that was part of the tactics of the game. I think it was a knee jerk response to the final last year – and almost seems like the AFL was giving Geelong an excuse for losing when Hawthorn played a tactically sound and masterful game (I am not a Hawks fan – just enjoyed the game). Could that have been a sponsor driven thing?
    I do like the nine point goal and think that will encourage kicking for goal as at the moment there seems to be a lot of handballing and fussing around getting the ball into the forward 50. I like the excitment and anticipation of the thumping big kicks.
    Anyway, I liked the podcast although I could have done with less of Ben Cousins – am so over him. I would have liked more news on what actually happened over the weekend with your commentary/opinion – not so it dominates the “opinionated rambling” which I enjoyed as part of the passion of the game – but it would give a bit more information for those of us who often have to work weekends and can’t watch everything.
    Cheers and Go Swans!

  4. Hi Molly

    Thought the show wasnt bad. Keep up the good work, i will look forward to the next instalment.

    Just wondered what car you drive, sounded like the wiper blades was going at a 100 knots!

    Cheers

    Smithy

  5. Hi Molly

    Thought the show wasnt bad. Keep up the good work, i will look forward to the next instalment.

    Just wondered what car you drive, sounded like the wiper blades was going at a 100 knots!

    Cheers

    Smithy

  6. Hi Molly

    Thought the show wasnt bad. Keep up the good work, i will look forward to the next instalment.

    Just wondered what car you drive, sounded like the wiper blades was going at a 100 knots!

    Cheers

    Smithy

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