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South Betoota resident James Reynolds is one of millions of migaloos worldwide, swept up in the podcast revolution.
Close friends of Reynolds report his love for podcasts has meant he has spent less time socialising, something his peers seem unperturbed by, as whenever they do see him, all he talks about are his podcasts.
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“It’s getting a bit much.” said his high school mate Wayne Graves. “We’ll go out for a beer and he’ll only want to talk about is if Adnan is innocent or not.”
So much is Reynolds obsession, after bringing up S-Town to his great-aunt at a recent family function, it has been confirmed, he has now officially mentioned his podcast habits to every white person he knows, and a few others.
“It’s interesting but!” Reynolds stated. “I reckon they should go listen to it themselves so we can discuss! And if they can’t, well I can just explain it to them, know most of them off by heart anyway!”
Recently, it has also been revealed that Reynolds plans to branch out from being merely a listener, and use his podcast knowledge to start his own.
“There’s not really going to be a theme to it. Just me and my guest discussing different issues. Don’t want to limit myself with a theme, that way it can be anything.”
When asked about the target audience for his podcast Reynolds answered that initially it would be his family and friends.
Regarding these statments, we reached out to Reynolds family and friends who politely declined to comment.
More to come.