Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 71: Down Goes Brown

Published by Toronto Mike on March 13, 2014 @ 13:38 in Podcasting, Toronto Mike'd Podcast

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 71In this 71st episode, Mike talks to Sean McIndoe a.k.a. Down Goes Brown about his blog, his Brian Burke parody Twitter account, the Wendel Clark All Heart video, Bob Cole, Strombo, David Clarkson and how the Leafs will do in the playoffs this season. This episode is exactly 1:15:00.

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6 Responses to "Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 71: Down Goes Brown"

elvis
March 13, 2014 / 20:56

I might actually listen to this one.

markosaar
March 14, 2014 / 09:34

Not into professional sports these days, but I did grow up with Clark, Gilmore & Sundin. I still found it interesting. Great interview.

519 Rob
March 14, 2014 / 11:03

I will not listen to this one. I don't like what he's done to my name sake, poor Rob Brown.
Just cause Lebevre KO'd him. I mean, Brown did score 50 in a season (some guy named Mario may have helped those totals).
We should be celebrating Rob Brown, not mocking him!!

Toronto Mike
March 14, 2014 / 11:05

@519 Rob

You definitely want to avoid this one. I even play the Bowen call of the fight.

Anon&on
March 16, 2014 / 19:01

This was a good listen*. Ended up going down the youtube Wendel Clark /hockey fight rabbit hole for a while afterwards. Interesting the different interpretations and context people have to Down Goes Brown.

*I don't like phone interviews in general, but Sean had a very even cadence, not nearly as unlistenable as I feared.
I don't think you get the play and response to personality by phone that you get person to person. I could feel the disconnect, but it was still a worthwhile listen.

Toronto Mike
March 16, 2014 / 19:53

@Anon&on

My strong preference is face-to-face. In face, if someone lives in the GTA, I'll wait to have the in the studio. I'm not a fan of phoners.

But Sean's in Ottawa, and I love his work. So I made an exception.

The toughest part is knowing when to jump in. In person, I can read the body language and eyes, but on the phone it's much more of a guess.


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