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Rooster Teeth in the Studio

Gustavo Sorola and Burnie stop by to chat with us.

Pictured above: Bob fan-girling over the guys from Rooster Teeth.

 

Thanks to Gus and Burnie for stopping by the studio to chat with us about Rooster Teeth. We've been wanting them to come in ever since Bob went to their RTX convention.

 

These guys podcast, they make videos, they play games, but most importantly, they said it themselves: "We do what we like." For those of you who are behind-the-times (*cough cough* Dale), Rooster Teeth is a successful media "empire" based in Austin that draws from gaming culture to deliver all sorts of fun shtuff. Go to their website to check it out.

 

If you're here because you missed out on their segment this morning, you can listen to the last hour of our show below. They come into the studio about two-thirds of the way through. You know, after the 10 year-old sex toy bit. Because that's how we role.

 

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Speaking of which, they ALSO stayed for our NSFW Sideshow podcast. If you're already a subscriber, then you know what's up. However, if you don't subscribe to the Sideshow, you can get it FREE for the first 30 days. Go ahead and sign up, check it out for free, and you can listen to today's episode with Gus and Burnie.

 

SIDESHOW #309: Rooster Teeth, Will You Hire Us Please?

 
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