After 3 Years, 1 Month, and 4 days... Jake and Erin have published the last episode of JNR. We can't thank everyone enough for the love and support you've given the show, nor can we express our gratitude for all of the connections we've made over the past three years. Thank you for being the best damn listener in the world. Listener, we really do love you.
- Jake and Erin =) ;)
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Monday, April 6, 2009
After 3 years and nearly 1 month, Jake and Erin of "Just Not Right- The Podcast" are gearing up to record their final episode. It's been a fantastic ride and we've experience immense pleasure getting to know our listeners, our podcast buddies, Oregon Chad, Ernie, and the countless others who have contributed to our happy little program.
We're taking this opportunity to extend an invitation for those of you interested to submit an audio comment for our final show, JNR #137 to be recorded this Sunday, April 12th, 2009. MP3's can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As some of you noted in our recent episodes, Jake and Erin are podfading. WTF?! Rather than beat around the bush, we thought it best to officially end things on a good note and go out with a fizzy drizzle (instead of a bang).
The archives will be available until the end of the year for those who want to go back to see how it all started, and what it quickly turned into. In essence, Jake and Erin have done what they set out to do: Create a showcase for a divorced couple to remain friends.
Isn't it fair to say we've come a long way in three years? We think so.
Thank you for listening, contributing, and sharing the JNR love with your friends and podcast buddies. You mean a lot to us and we've more than benefited from your kindness. You can still talk to us via Facebook, text messages, emails, etc. And who knows, there might be something different in the works for a future show. You never know...
Thank you again, and remember- "Gorgak like people!"
See you next weekend for our last show!
- Jake and Erin =) ;)
Posted by Jake Cordova at 8:58 PM