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The Bugle, one of the universe’s leading satirical comedy podcasts, featuring John Oliver (star of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart) and Andy Zaltzman (not a star of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart), lives on.
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hi, thanks for your reply, im still getting my head around audio boo, as i was useing it on my iphone, did not see your reply, i have to look on the notebook more i think, well you sound very nice, best of luck with the show