Cry “Havoc!” and let slip the dogs of war!
Latest news from the podcasting shed is that the TJ13 Strategy Group has vetoed the participation of Italian underdog Carlo Carluccio, because his telephone does not meet the revised 2015 rules to full extent. An attempt to get an exemption to use a modified 2014 telephone was dismissed for noise abatement reasons.
Unexpectedly, American podcast stalwart Matt Trumpets did miss the podcast too, but his press office categorically denies that his absence would hint at financial problems or any unpaid bills to his whiskey supplier.
Seemingly oblivious to the continued demise of podcasting members, commercial rights-holder Bernard E. Spanners insists that the podcast is healthy and will fulfil its contractual obligations. However, having shrunk to three members the panel barely fulfils the minimum that has been guaranteed to the promoters.
Returning is the man, who makes the National Rifle Association look like a bunch of tree-hugging peace protesters – TJ13 Project Manager and Chief Enforcer – the bane of every Lion’s life this side of the Sahel zone – from the distant shores of South Africa, Mr. John Myburgh.
Number two on the panel is the man, who single-handedly saved the British brewing industry from being taken over by ze Germans. TJ13 Editor in Chief and the only man in the world who looks more ridiculous in a bathrobe than Gary Hartstein – representing her Majesty’s Empire – Mr. Andrew Huntley-Jacobs
And the third member of the team is the man who single-handedly prevented ze Germans from taking over the British brewing industry, because they can’t even keep up with his consumption, back for the first time this year – representing Das Vaterland – Fat “my arms are too short” Hippo.
This week the Mötley Crüe in the shed discusses the rivalry between the Williams drivers Felipe Massa and Valteri Bottas as the brave knights do battle for the undivided affection of fair Lady Claire, F1 Rules we could do without and they make some bold predictions for 2015.
Finally why not join us at Rye House for some karting action? Call Rye House on 01922 460 895 and quote “TJ13 2PM march 28th” to book. The cost for racing with the TJ13 crew and other F1 fans is just £68. The price includes a 20% discount on the standard costs of a race session and allows you to drive the same tarmac where Lewis Hamilton learnt his craft.
You need to arrive at 1pm and the qualifying and race starts at 2pm. After the race (at around 3.30pm) we will grab a pint and the winner will get his special TJ13 trophy. If the session is fully booked when you call, please leave your name and contact details on the waiting list and we will let you know if spaces become available.
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iTunes 5 star reviews: We would also like to take this opportunity to ask you all for your support. As the TJ13 community grows the Podcast is becoming a huge part of the journey. From recent chats within the F1 paddock in Jerez we have found it is establishing a following within the world of F1 and we would like to continue to grow and make TJ13 the number one site for F1 information across the globe.
One way to establish this would be if you could all vote on iTunes with a five star rating as this then pushes the podcast up the rankings and in turn brings more people into the site. This will allow further development of the site, contributors and always with the vision of giving everybody a voice.