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Massively Speaking Episode 266: Half-and-half

Justin Olivetti
October 1, 2013
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With Bree out on vay-cay-cay, MJ's stepping up to perform incredible broadcast soliloquies that will bring a tear to your eye, they will. The Massively Speaking co-hosts divide up the show between fantasy and science fiction this week, so no matter where your tastes lay, they've got something for you.

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Massively Speaking is the official podcast of Massively.com. Hosted by Justin Olivetti, Brianna Royce, and the L2P Backup Dancers, Massively Speaking takes on the week's biggest news and dev interviews with plenty of opinion, rants, and laughs thrown in for good measure. Join us every Tuesday afternoon to listen in and see what we'll say next!

















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