Guard Frequency Episode 169 | Fake News

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Greetings Citizens and Civilians, you’re tuned to episode 169 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on May 26th 2017 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, May 30th 2017 at GuardFrequency.com

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Firstly, an apology. In the Flight Deck segment we talked about an anaconda graveyard. It turns out this may not have been entirely accurate (hence the show title), but it wasn’t brought to light before the show was locked in and ready to be published. In short, just bear with our strange musings. Other than that, in this week’s Squawk Box, we check up on Juno who’s been checking up on Jupiter! Next, we see what news from your favourite space sims has landed as we:

Finally, we tune into the Feedback Loop and let you join in on the conversation.

This Week’s Community Questions

  • Are more details making the Eclipse any more attractive to you? If you have one already, are you planning to use it yourself or with an organization?
  • Have to taken a trip out M67? Have you found a Generation ship with some living, breathing people on it and can brighten my day with the info?

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Thanks to Ronald Jenkees for his permission to use his music in our show. Visit www.ronaldjenkees.com for more of his work! Enjoy the show!

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Comments (3)

  • Preacher

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    Hey guys I would normally start this off saying what a great show it was blah blah blah but I’m kind of pissed that you have to sit there and explain your show to the people. It’s your damn show if they don’t like a segment they can fast-forward through it I never knew how self-entitled some of the listeners really are it’s damn crazy. Also seeing how I missed last week’s question I believe in my heart that if Chris Roberts could make money by selling the bikini girls of cig calendar he wood , if he could make money by charging every person a nickel for going to the website he would. Now that being said that is his job, it is to make money to get this game made no matter what and i parsley do not have an issue with him charging $5 for something that people have been exploiting for a very long time. If it were me I would make All Ships non transferable and instead of gifting and ship you gift a gift card with the amount on it. allowing​ the recipient to choose their own package anyway I’m sorry for the rant but because I’m Ill I’m going to use that as an excuse. Keep up the great work as usual because there’s some of us out here that truly do appreciate the hard work that you put into creating the show. Peace

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  • seannewboy

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    Excellent job everyone. I for one like having the skits at the front, gives me a chance to get in sync from whatever else i am doing beforehand.

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  • H Alan

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    I did get the Eclipse to bunk with my Sabre. I don’t think either of these stealth ships are stand-alone and should be used in an organization operation with other like ships. I’m fine with getting a ship designed for a specific role or niche and will not demand that every ship in the `verse be multi-role or multi-functional. More diversity is a good thing, like your podcast.

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