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Throwdown Your Questions Ep. 01

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Welcome to the very first episode of Throwdown Your Questions! This is the show which is dictated by you, our loyal followers.

For many years, our Throwdown podcast has ended with us answering questions submitted by the fans. As time went on, we got more and more questions. Since the question portion of the show was as long, and sometimes longer than the main part of it, we decided to create this podcast where those questions constituted the entire show.

We’ll primarily handle video game related questions since that is what our core audience is here for but we handle any and all pop culture and tech related questions as well. If it falls within the geek realm then we’ll answer those questions here. We’ll also be asking a question each week for the fans to answer. We’ll read back the responses on the following episode.

This week I was joined by: Emilio LopezBrian Munjoma, and Brett MurdockJakeJames Lugo also shows up near the end to yell at us.

Note to followers: From now on, submit all of your questions to the comment section of THIS podcast. Do not post them on Throwdown. We want to keep everything contained here.

All questions must be submitted by 8pm EST each Sunday night so that we can prepare them for the show. Questions submitted later than this will be answered the following week. Keep in mind that if there are no questions then there is no show. This podcast is fueled by you guys so if you don’t have anything for us then we can’t have anything for you.

This week’s question to the listeners/viewers:

What makes something a “Video Game?”

Thanks as always to Shawn Daley for our awesome intro and outro music.

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Rachael Murdock, our producer, has been diagnosed with stage 2B breast cancer. She is currently undergoing chemotherapy. She created an online journal on Tumblr to give people updates about her condition. There, you can read her story and if you feel inclined, you can donate. Remember that every bit counts but if you can’t donate, words of encouragement can mean just as much.

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