Let the People Speak!
First off, let me say that I love TWiT. With that said, I now beg Leo and John Dvorak to back up and please let the other TWiT's speak for more than a few seconds without the constant, incessant interjection and interruption. Robert Heron, Alex Lindsay and Patrick Norton very frequently have great information to share but it’s almost always drowned out by Leo's need to hear himself speak and Dvorak's endless hot air. I love punditry as much as the next guy but these men rarely let the others speak without interruption. As a long time radio personality, Leo should know better. I love the show, but they really ought to allow everyone to speak equally. Very often Leo and Dvorak show just how old they are by being dismissive and curmudgeonly about things they often know little about, and instead of allowing the others to teach them they just yell them down into submission. Too bad fellas! Get your act together!Read full review »
Avec via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/03/06
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Leo is enjoyable to listen to, and obviously has a great heart. And yes, Dvorak is a complete curmudgeon, but does keep the others on track to some degree, and often has interesting counterpoints. They do drift off pure tech, but it's usually entertaining anyway. Production quality is excellent.Read full review »
KKT via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/02/06
This is a great podcast. I could listen to Leo's voice all day long.Read full review »
jonnygreen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/20/05
if you want to here old people sit around and talk about OLD news, this is for you. If you want more of a daily podcast the buzz out loud podcast is for you. If you want a funny and fun podcast Diggnation is for you. This is not for me. When I want to fall asleep I always turn on this podcast.
ERIC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/02/06
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