After a lot of hard work and fossicking about, I have finally finished the Renegade Video Badge Ladies and Gentlemen. This small intro/promo video can be used as an intro to Renegade shows on YouTube. Or anywhere for that matter.
Some people like to post their favourite Renegade shows on YouTube, so they are more than welcome to put this Renegade Badge before the show, to illustrate what we are about in a nutshell. Or, they can place it after the show instead. Either way works.
The video also serves as a promo, more for people on our level of thinking and understanding, but you just don’t know who you may attract out of sheer curiosity. People are curious beings and when they see something like this, even if they hate the initial feeling it gives them, they sometimes “just need to know”.
Spread it far and wide. The message is getting out there. That message being, that Renegade has open arms to new friends that want to learn. Albeit, it takes an open mind and quite a bit of intelligence to get what Renegade has to offer, I believe we are attracting those very people. The quality people.
It’s not about quantity, although it seems we are getting that too. It’s more about quality. You are those people.
Should you need a direct copy of the video, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org … I will drop you a link for it, so that you may add it to any videos you like.
Shaun and Rose rock it hard into the wee hours of the American and Canadian night. They fill in for the Friday 10 O’Clock edition of Renegade Broadcasting. As smelly as Rose was, Shaun holds on and tolerates it as much as he can whilst they play requests from the chatroom…
Tonight, after rebooting the system on Renegade, as a treat, Shaun plays some music by artists such as Sinead McCarthy, Paul Topete, Battle Axe and even plays some of his own music on-air. Whilst it was into the wee hours of the night in the US he rocked on for a whole two hours!
Enjoy the tunes Ladies and Gents and think about sending in your own tunes. As silence is consent, so is it a shame when nobody will hear your music or see your art.
Tonight Shaun discusses how hard it is to get by, even for those with full-time jobs and a few family members working. He also speaks about taking chances to meet people of like mind, in order to join in on Beattie Boy get-togethers. Also, some of the talking points between Jeanice and Graham Hart are discussed. And much more as usual on TCTA.
On this edition of TCTA, Shaun speaks about some of his activism activities and then proceeds to play an audio clip he recorded with “Jew Banker” face-to-face after they had met in his neck of the woods. Whilst this show is entertaining it is not your regular Two’s Company, Three’s Allowed. It has a more of a “couple of drinking Aussies sitting around shooting the shit” type edge to it. It is one you will either love or hate. Or maybe even love to hate. Or hate to love. Ha!