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hpr0412 :: Episode 005 - Potluck Roundtable

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Hosted by monsterb on 2009-07-30 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
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Part of the series: Tit Radio

Welcome to TiT Radio! The only Hacker Public Radio show with super cow powers broadcasting live on every utter Saturday night at 11pm CST. You may be asking yourself "What in tarnation is Tit Radio?" Well, it's a potluck style roundtable of geeks talking about Free Software, GNU + Linux, and anything geeky the TiTs bring to the table. Chat with the TiTs over at #linuxcranks. Thats no bull.

On July 25th 2009,  monsterb,  Peter "J" 64,  Azimuth,  Klaatu,  threethirty,  Snacky,  and the Xokes sit down at the sixth TiT roundtable.  For complete shownotes visit


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