Your Weekend Justice Outtakes Show for 2009

We’re back. And with this, we close the door on Weekend Justice 2009. They say when The Flying Spaghetti Monster closes a door, he opens a window. So just to be sure, if Weekend Justice 2009 tries to come in through the window, we plan on bludgeoning it to death once more and throwing it in the cellar.

Anyway, as last year, here’s a brief sampling of all the shit that winds up on the cutting room floor. As you’ve no doubt noticed if you’ve been a regular listener to the show–there’s not much we actually trim off. In fact, as time goes on, Podcast Bloat appears to be setting in. But oh well.

There’s a lot of people who contributed to our mayhem in 2009, including Aaron, Doc, Ken, Kim, Leigh, Rob, Rox, Scott, Service, Tee, Tuffley and of course Jon from The Unique Geek puts up with our crap–now on a weekly basis–and makes us sound good. Which is no mean feat. If I forgot to mention anyone, it’s not because they’re not appreciated, it’s because I have no brain. It’s the members of the Weekend Justice League that make this podcast, not me–I’m just glad I can somehow con them into showing up to record from time to time.

As always, special thanks go out to Clutch for letting us use their absolutely badass song, “Promoter (of earthbound causes)” as our theme music for this.

Buy Blast Tyrant, which is where you can find “Promoter”. Buy their latest album, Strange Cousins from the West. Send them love and coin.

Thanks to all of our listeners. What the hell is wrong with you, with have no idea, but bless you all the same. If you have not already reviewed us on iTunes, please do so. Those of you that have, you guys rock. Seriously.

So keep up the momentum. Tell a friend about us, blog about us, Twitter us, Stumble us, and Facebook us when you can. You are our friend on Facebook, yes? Anyway, more coming for 2010. Stay tuned.

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To download this episode directly, Weekend Justice Outtakes Show for 2009, then do that thing. For the previous episode, click here.

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