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I'm currently working on the February podcast...I think you'll like it! BUT I need some of you to call in and answer a question:

Each new TV show, movie or animated feature brings in some new element that we as Santa need to be aware of. Very much like being on top of what the hottest toys are each year! So my question to you this month is: Do you try to incorporate the latest people, places and things into your Santa each year? Or do you just do your version of Santa?

Call my answering machine at: 509-416-6526 and leave your answers, please and thank you!

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On 1/21/2021 at 7:02 AM, RadioSanta said:

I'm currently working on the February podcast...I think you'll like it! BUT I need some of you to call in and answer a question:

Each new TV show, movie or animated feature brings in some new element that we as Santa need to be aware of. Very much like being on top of what the hottest toys are each year! So my question to you this month is: Do you try to incorporate the latest people, places and things into your Santa each year? Or do you just do your version of Santa?

Call my answering machine at: 509-416-6526 and leave your answers, please and thank you!

I could use a few more Santa's to call and answer the above question on my answering machine, please...and thank you!

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3 hours ago, RadioSanta said:

I could use a few more Santa's to call and answer the above question on my answering machine, please...and thank you!

Thanks for the reminder.  Done.

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35 minutes ago, Felix Estridge said:

Thanks for the reminder.  Done.

Got 'em. Thanks

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The newest edition of the ClausNet Podcast drops at midnight tonight! The podcast features an in-depth conversation with the Legendary Santa, Phil Wenz and a discussion of whether to add new elements to your character portrayal. Check it out beginning tomorrow!

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The FEBRUARY ClausNet Podcast is LIVE! Check it out.

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Finished it up just now!  Great to hear you both discuss the history of our craft.

Can't wait for that upgrade to happen! :sc_whistling:

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Fantastic podcast Greg, I'm going to listen to it again. I could listen to Phillip all day. I was laughing re the vibrating telephone lol

Top act Greg, thanks again :) 

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