Hey, kids, wake up! It's time for Rejection Slip Theater ©, podcast episode 13 A, in which actor Greg Anderson does some of his finest panicky delivery while attempting to fly a US Navy F4U Corsair fighter off an aircraft carrier--at night. You just can't get this quality realism on YouTube, MeTube, CheeseTube or any other visually-impaired medium. It takes radio (or in this case, podcast audio) to splash a mind movie across your imagination.
So, sit back, close your eyes--unless you're driving--and listen to Rejection Slip Theater's podcast episode 13A featuring: On The Wing written by Bill Durst, starring Greg Anderson and introducing Joe Parish.
And, of course, we head back in time to Westwood, New Jersey 07675 to visit Paul Berge's Artie Azzetti and the Gang © in Buy Und Get Out. And for all you Catholic school survivors willing to admit you still have a thing for plaid, we bring you Nunsuch Nonsense ©, written by Paul Berge and starring: Michael Cornelison, Carol Gale and Annie Meacham as the nun.
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