TSM Episode 70: Birthday Insolence

For Lusipurr's first birthday, he got a Norman Conquest. It's hard to top that.

Lusipurr’s First Birthday

The Starlight Megaphone
Produced 2012.10.21

Blitzmage is boorish and uncouth during Lusipurr’s 946th celebratory birthday story. SiliconNooB chastises the rascal, whilst Deimosion holds himself aloof from the crassness of his insolent outburst, and the other sixty-eight minutes are rambly nonsense.


  1. Blitzmage
    Posted 2012.10.22 at 01:29 | Permalink

    Pierson “Boormage” Stone, also my girlfriend did reactivate her WoW account and is now a level 14 Pandaren Hunter.

  2. Lusipurr
    Posted 2012.10.22 at 02:57 | Permalink


  3. DanChiSao
    Posted 2012.10.22 at 07:58 | Permalink

    I actually had the urge to eat ice cream this weekend, too, which is a very rare occurrence.

  4. Matt Dance
    Posted 2012.10.22 at 18:15 | Permalink

    Well done! Edward Lear writes all words worth reading and hearing, as opposed to Roland Barthes’ self-satisfying nonsense and gibberish.

  5. Lusipurr
    Posted 2012.10.22 at 20:59 | Permalink

    @JustDance: The more I go on, the more I think that it would be far better to write texts than to study them. Maybe I will write something and read it on the podcast, and see what the results are.

  6. SiliconNooB
    Posted 2012.10.22 at 21:19 | Permalink

    Sounds like a capital idea!

  7. Mel
    Posted 2012.10.23 at 16:49 | Permalink

    Happy belated birthday!

    I can only assume there’s some kind of hideous sacrifice required every year on that date that allows you to remain within this realm. If so, I hope it went well.

    To next year’s offering! May it be as successful as the last!

  8. Lusipurr
    Posted 2012.10.23 at 17:18 | Permalink

    @Mel: Wrong again, Mel! No sacrifice is necessary! HOW CAN YOU BE SO BLIND?

  9. Mel
    Posted 2012.10.23 at 18:50 | Permalink

    What? It’s not necessary?

    …….what have I done.

  10. The Legendary Zoltan
    Posted 2012.10.24 at 04:53 | Permalink

    You said that you get several hundred hits per day which is very impressive. I don’t know why any of those people listen to The Starlight Megaphone but I’d like to say that really long readings of English literature is not why I like this podcast. In my case, the reason I listen is to hear Lusipurr and company talk about how Nintendo is crazy, how Bobby NoDick is going to steal our wallets, and how much every game that Lusipurr has never played must suck. Your voice is quite lovely, Lusipurr but COME ON! That was the ultimate off-topic detour ever.

  11. Mel
    Posted 2012.10.24 at 06:30 | Permalink

    Off-topic, and yet I loved it. :D

  12. Lusipurr
    Posted 2012.10.24 at 08:15 | Permalink

    @TLZ: I think you’ll find that the podcast is more enjoyable if you leave your expectations at the door.

    I offer no apologies, and feel no remorse whatsoever, for your experience. This is what we do, take it or leave it. :)

  13. Matt Dance
    Posted 2012.10.25 at 00:36 | Permalink

    Hey, reciting literature accompanied by symphonic music is a marked improvement over 20 minutes of fart sounds. Some will disagree on this point too, and they’re entitled to their preference.

  14. Lusipurr
    Posted 2012.10.25 at 09:34 | Permalink

    @Matt: Look for an email from us about your upcoming podcast spot!

  15. SiliconNooB
    Posted 2012.10.26 at 05:10 | Permalink

    I don’t always listen to symphonies, but when I do I prefer that the instrumentation be farted!

  16. Drachonus
    Posted 2012.10.26 at 14:32 | Permalink

    I forgot to ask you Lusipurr if you recieved your free legendary from the game as well as if you downloaded the Pokemon radar for the 3ds which will allow free transfer after capture to lvl 5 pokemon, rare Items and alt forms for the 3 legendaries in bird form even from the start. also what is the friend code I’d use to battle or trade to you in slave/ masser 2?

  17. breaka666
    Posted 2012.10.27 at 13:07 | Permalink

    that’s some good picture quality considering the time period.

  18. Lusipurr
    Posted 2012.10.28 at 01:07 | Permalink

    @Breaka: It’s amazing how good the Kodak Company was, even in 1066!