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  1. Hey this is a great step forward! I think RFV is a brilliant idea. I look forward to future broadcasts….

  2. Love the concept, but the intro music has got to be reworked. Epithets are only going to take the focus away from the substance of the much needed discussion.

  3. Each podcast should have a new song and there should be an interesting song somewhere in the middle of the cast for a break. Like Covington does it. As well, the songs should be obscure white classics of some sort.

  4. Couple of comments:

    1. I love that old Johnny Rebel stuff. The arrangement and production values are downright hipster – if he was recording in the 90s they would have called it “low fi.” I discovered him on Napster back in the day mislabeled as David Allan Coe. The songs range from funny to heartbreaking. It’s just beautiful country. Sam Davidson – a Hank 2 fan? Check out Hank 3’s country stuff. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI89YXGwiDg – I vote for Dick in Dixie or Not Everybody Likes Us for the intro theme 🙂

    2. Hunter, you sexy bastard, I am literally green with envy of that voice of yours. Everyone else in the family reverts to their accents after precisely two hours south of the M-D, except for me – I never really had it.

    3. Technical – spend $100-$200 (more if you can afford it) on a good microphone from a music store – and get one of those foamy things to fix the explosive p’s and windy f’s. Then, after you record, compress the hell out of it and add a tiny bit of reverb. Use free software like Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net.

    A good microphone system and compressing the track will immediately make you sound 100% more professional. Good work I’m listening from now on.

  5. I’m old enough to remember when your theme song was a big pop music hit played on the radio 24/7 on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line—lot of good it did us. LOL. Then the United States was about 90% White, there was a “Negro News” section in most newspapers, and jigaboos limited their criminal behavior to each other.

    Now we have Latinos, Asians, and Orientals too.

  6. I’m using Audacity. I still really haven’t figured it out yet. I just wanted to get something up. Future broadcasts will be much better as I learn more about podcasts.

  7. I like this idea. Rather than always reading long posts, I can just click on an audio files to hear current thoughts like the one about knepper.

    It works just as well as reading.

  8. The major reason we wanted to do a radio show is because there are several of us here in Virginia. The most awesome OD material is the real world conversations we are having offline. We had a huge debate about the Southern Homeland a few nights ago. There is no reason why we can’t do a group discussion of OD contributors on Skype.

  9. It seemed like a good fit to my post about the Southern ethnostate. “We will fight again, This time we we will win.” I liked that line.

    I was driving home one day and saw this guy with stickers of various sizes all over his truck (a nice one) with the words “It ain’t over!” and the Confederate flag. One of the funniest things I’ve ever seen!

  10. Audacity is good for freeware, but if you can get your hands on Adobe Audition it’s much better and simpler to use once you’re familiar with it.

  11. May I suggest, “A Country Boy Can Survive” by Hank Williams Jr.?

    I second that, great song!

  12. Good luck. I’m looking forward to some podcasts in the near future. You should consider having guests on occassion similar to “The Political Cesspool”.

  13. Here’s a thought, try to get Virgil Goode on as a guest for one of your shows. He’s not exactly WN, but he is very strong against immigration and it could give help localize your show as he’s the former rep from your current district. You may also remember the controversy about him protesting a Muslim being sworn into congress on the Koran. Shame he lost his seat to lefty Perriello.

  14. May I suggest, “A Country Boy Can Survive” by Hank Williams Jr.?

    Not country but I like “Won’t Back Down” by Tom Petty or alternatively “Not Everybody Likes Us” by Hank III

  15. Excellent move, Hunter. Great intro song, but Tom Watson is correct, unfortunately. We need another version, to address the other non-White invaders, who are here by the Millions.

    I know there are numerous good topics, for RFV, but let me suggest one.

    Interview our people who live in the various parts of the Old Dominion, for their on site perspective of what it really happening. Also their prespeive on where and how to relocate for intentional community.

    Check out the following link, for a sobering view of the non-White Invasion of our Southland! Student population of FEDGOV Schools is a certain Bench Mark! It means more Tax payer MONEY to the school districts. The stats are NOT good, but as long as the blood still flows in our veins, from those heroes of long ago, we still live, and FIGHT!


    Here is a good ole Virginia saying!

    Sic Semper Tyrannis!

  16. Knowing H. Rock White’s opinions on the Confederacy, that must have been an interesting debate, Hunter. I wish I was there!

    I haven’t been able to download either of the radio shows, but I’ll do so when they become available.

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