Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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Go ahead and cry, it's the end of an era.

Ten years - yes, A DECADE - of broadcasting quality featuring my good self and broadcasting icon Paul Wheeler has come to an end. Through thick and thin, highs and lows, tears of sadness and happiness, Paul and I stuck together and rocked Mark Honey's invention like no other freakishly intelligent redhead and bitter immigrant ever did. But, to paraphrase Fatboy Slimspeare, I came to bury Paul Wheeler, not to praise him like I shooouulllllld.

This March 6th, season three of The Spike Nesmith Rage Machine steams back onto the internet airwaves, the public consciousness and broadcasting history - but with a difference. It's no longer The one-man dull Spike Nesmith Rage Machine. It's "The As-Yet Untitled Paul And Spike Internet Broadcast Programme".

Paul and Spike is dead. Long live Paul and Spike.