The End of an Era

Well, after nearly a year, the podcast I’ve been doing has come to an end so Karl can move back to Toronto. We recorded the final podcast at my apartment and it ended up being a three hour extravaganza of the usual rambling and nonsense (this week with 50% more rambling!). Don’t despair, Joe and I have a new podcast in the works, tentatively planned to begin at the end of March.

If you are asking yourself, “What podcast?” you can listen to the last episode here:
Part 1— Disclaimer: I am not Cajun, people from outside of Louisiana just lump us all together.:-)
Part 2
Part 3

If three hours just aren’t enough, you can listen to the previous 58 episodes (I’m only on the ones since February or March of last year, though). OR:
You can check out Joe’s blog here.
You can check out Karl’s writing here and here and Franglais lessons here.
You can check out Karl’s other podcast here.

What with Karl being quoted by the BBC and Joe being in the New York Times (not to mention his biweekly column (click Expat Living) in the local tissue, uh, I mean newspaper), I’m basically the unknown loser of the podcast.

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