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Explicit – #iACast 2019 End of Year Outtakes Show

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On this episode of the iACast, iAccessibility showcases the stumbles and fumbles which often occur when recording an episode.  Sit back, prepare to laugh, and enjoy! 

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#iACast 2018 – End of Year Outtake Show

Show Description

The iAccessibility podcast team reveals their annual 2018 outtake show! If you think you have heard fun and laughs during the year, just wait until you hear this!

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We love hearing from you, so feel free to send an email to feedback@iaccessibility.net. You can follow us on Facebook, and Twitter. You can also find us on Reddit, and all around the web. Also, don’t forget to check out our YouTube page, and for all things iACast, check out our iACast page. If you’d like to help support us, you can do so via our Paypal and Patreon pages.

 

 

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#iACast Outtake Show July 2018

This episode of the iA Cast is not an actual episode, but our first outtake show. Some podcasts do an outtake show every year, but we have so many outtakes that we had to divide it up twice a year.

Want to hear all of our outtakes whenever you want? head to patreon.com/iacast and become a patron, and all of what you hear will be yours whenever you want.

Please be advised that there is mature content in this episode as these are uncensored moments in the podcast recording process.

Want to leave us feedback on the episode? email us at feedback@iaccessibility.net, and let us know what you think, or use the hashtag of #iACast on Twitter or Facebook.