General Feedback Thread Mark II

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General Feedback Thread Mark II

Post by hawk of endymion » Sat Feb 14, 2009 12:44 am

Alright Everyone;

Since the original Idea Submission and Feedback Thread had to be locked due to page length. We've split up the threads to make it easier for everyone.

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1. If your post applies to a topic we've spoken about in a previous podcast, post it there.

2. All other posts about GUNDAMN@MAHQ, post them here.

Also, please follow the thread rules of Mecha Talk and MAHQ.net.
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Post by Kidrobot » Tue Mar 10, 2009 7:43 pm

Hi
I just found out about your podcast, so i'm kinda late to the party lol
I'm currently on episode 4 and I just wanted to say thanks for your general input in Gundam and mech anime
I'm also from florida and i've been to the Florida Oriental Trading shop a few times!
Keep up the good work guys :)
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Post by ORegan » Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:58 pm

While not about the podcasts or anything about the content, I do have something to say about GUNDAMN@MAHQ, which is cool according to rule 2, so here we go. :D

I now officially own GUNDAM@MAHQ. The proof can be seen here. As the new owner, deity, and omnipotent being of the podcast, I have two demands that are non-negotiable.

1. At the end of each episode, you must credit me as owner.

2. Chris must speak as a pirate at all times.
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Post by hawk of endymion » Tue Mar 10, 2009 9:09 pm

Kidrobot, thanks for listening.

O'Reagan, hmm, Chris speaking as a pirate. I'll see what he thinks.
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Post by Kidrobot » Tue Mar 10, 2009 9:17 pm

I have alot of catching up to do
I listen to 1 podcast in the morning and one at night ^^
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Post by hawk of endymion » Wed Mar 11, 2009 10:21 am

Kidrobot wrote:I have alot of catching up to do
I listen to 1 podcast in the morning and one at night ^^
You should be caught up in no time then.
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Post by CanadaMan » Wed Mar 11, 2009 10:59 am

Kidrobot wrote:I have alot of catching up to do
I listen to 1 podcast in the morning and one at night ^^
When you're done those, find and listen to Level Nine and Flip the Script.
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Post by Kidrobot » Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:12 am

^ Yeah, Flip the script sounds like a great podcast
During the Gundamn commercials I hear little clips from it and it sounds like they're having a good time :)
I will definitly check it out!
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Post by Valmanway » Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:27 pm

What's this? New episode of Flip the Script?

Thank God! I've been waiting for this for a long time. Thanks guys.

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Post by CanadaMan » Sat Mar 21, 2009 12:16 am

Valmanway wrote:What's this? New episode of Flip the Script?

Thank God! I've been waiting for this for a long time. Thanks guys.
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Post by hawk of endymion » Mon Mar 23, 2009 1:41 pm

CanadaMan wrote:
Valmanway wrote:What's this? New episode of Flip the Script?

Thank God! I've been waiting for this for a long time. Thanks guys.
Good to have the old crew back together again. Neo, don't let them rag on you for saying "eh?" or enjoying Canadian Super-group Rush. We'll drink together with some good beer.
My use of the word "eh" is that bad as much as it used to be. People like making fun of Rush, but you never hear "Rush Sucks".
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Re: General Feedback Thread Mark II

Post by BenGP02 » Thu May 07, 2009 5:27 pm

hey,
i'm new to this forum but have been visiting mahq.net for ages. discovered your podcast a few months back. i think they're awesome. nice to find there are others out their who love gundam as much as i do.

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Post by liubei013 » Fri May 08, 2009 5:55 pm

Heya,

I knew about the podcast a year ago as I visit MAHQ often (usually for the specs and some reviews) but I didn't start listening to the actual podcast until just this January or February. Call me crazy, but I managed to finally catch up. Yeah...I listened to every episode from 1 to 33, as well as the Cons and specials. (...and I just DL'ed ep 34...)

Your podcast was (and will continue to be) highly entertaining and informative. I'll admit I was one of those who was turned off by Turn-A's designs, but listening to the general comments of that particular Spotlight got me into it. I've watched a couple of episodes and I have yet to be truly disappointed. Thanks for that and other mecha highlights. (I'm saving up $$ for VOTOMS as well. :D )

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Re: General Feedback Thread Mark II

Post by AnimeMun » Sat May 09, 2009 11:34 am

Hey, I would like to slip in a catchphrase suggestion for the next podcast. You guys can take it or leave it. But I just have to get it out there because its one of the many reasons I listen to the podcast.

"Welcome to the show whose hosts have dirtier mouths than a sailor scout's, this is GUNDAMN!!!@MAHQ!"

Or perhaps even...

"Welcome to the show with more head shots than....wait, this isn't 00 this is GUNDAMN!@MAHQ!"
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Post by CanadaMan » Sat May 09, 2009 10:12 pm

"Welcome to the show whose hosts have dirtier mouths than a sailor scout's, this is GUNDAMN!!!@MAHQ!"

That would be better suited for Flip The Script.
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Post by AnimeMun » Sat May 09, 2009 10:46 pm

CanadaMan wrote:"Welcome to the show whose hosts have dirtier mouths than a sailor scout's, this is GUNDAMN!!!@MAHQ!"

That would be better suited for Flip The Script.
I've only listened to Gundamn! and Level Nine, haven't gotten to Flip the Script yet.
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Re: General Feedback Thread Mark II

Post by GundamMaker01 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 2:38 pm

I was unsure about what heading to post under but, whatever. I was wondering if you guys were gonna be at Anime Weekend Atlanta this September and, if you are, are you gonna have a panel?
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Post by Gundamium Alloy » Tue Sep 29, 2009 2:27 pm

I hope this post is in the right location. Was hoping you guys could do a show that included a segment about Gundam collectibles. For instance, model kits/action figures, or anything else Gundam. You could discuss, the various kinds of Gundam model kits (no grade, HG, MG, PG). What for example, are the pros and cons of certain grades and or kits, favorite kits, etc. How to display your collections (bookshelves, glass cabinets, kits displayed on model stands or not, etc. Whether or not people paint their kits and how, types of materials used, etc. Thanks for your time.

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Post by Amuro Ray of v » Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:34 pm

Gundamium Alloy wrote:I hope this post is in the right location. Was hoping you guys could do a show that included a segment about Gundam collectibles. For instance, model kits/action figures, or anything else Gundam. You could discuss, the various kinds of Gundam model kits (no grade, HG, MG, PG). What for example, are the pros and cons of certain grades and or kits, favorite kits, etc. How to display your collections (bookshelves, glass cabinets, kits displayed on model stands or not, etc. Whether or not people paint their kits and how, types of materials used, etc. Thanks for your time.

Great show by the way!
I like this idea, I been wanting to get a MG of the NU Gundam, I would like to hear the ways to aviod any mishaps when paying the NU.
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Post by AnimeMun » Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:00 pm

Amuro Ray of v wrote:
Gundamium Alloy wrote:I hope this post is in the right location. Was hoping you guys could do a show that included a segment about Gundam collectibles. For instance, model kits/action figures, or anything else Gundam. You could discuss, the various kinds of Gundam model kits (no grade, HG, MG, PG). What for example, are the pros and cons of certain grades and or kits, favorite kits, etc. How to display your collections (bookshelves, glass cabinets, kits displayed on model stands or not, etc. Whether or not people paint their kits and how, types of materials used, etc. Thanks for your time.

Great show by the way!
I like this idea, I been wanting to get a MG of the NU Gundam, I would like to hear the ways to aviod any mishaps when paying the NU.
I had the No Grade Nu a few years back, if the MG is in anyway similar there should be some metal joints or at least some screws involved, the easiest part to mess up though is actually the leg joints I messed up on these a few times. But anyway this is getting off topic isn't it? I'm sorry. Regardless I've been lovin' how things have been going with the podcast.
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