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Welcome to R.F.G. (Radio For Gamers) I'm Max Schutz AKA DJ_MixDoctor. this podcast focuses on all types of games from video games to games that one would just play around a campfire. we have a few different segments that we have added over time.

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Welcome to R.''R.F.G. (Radio For Gamers) I'm Gamers)'' is a podcast by Max Schutz AKA DJ_MixDoctor. this podcast DJ_MixDoctor that focuses on all types of games games, from video games to games that one would just play around a campfire. we have a few different segments that we have added over time.

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Segments include:



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the show airs on Sundays at O:00 UTC.

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* BigNO!: Max's brother let one off 2 floors above him during episode 2
-->'''[=Max=]:''' Instead
-->'''[=Travis=]:''' NOOOOOO!!!!!
-->'''[=Phill=]:''' Instead you get a ragey jackass
* CatchPhrase: "YOU DIRTY RAT!"

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* BigNO!: BigNo: Max's brother let lets one off 2 two floors above him during episode 2
-->'''[=Max=]:''' Instead
-->'''[=Travis=]:'''
2.
-->'''Max:''' Instead-
-->'''Travis:'''
NOOOOOO!!!!!
-->'''[=Phill=]:''' -->'''Phill:''' Instead you get a ragey jackass
jackass.
* CatchPhrase: CatchPhrase:
**
"YOU DIRTY RAT!"



** hello sheep.......Goodbye sheep
** Useless/how usefull is that
* CriticalAnnoyance: the wrap-up review is based on this with the music and sound selection
* FamilyfriendlyFirearm: there is an advisory based on the use of this trope
* GoshDangItToHeck: Max often lets off a dag nabbit or a sugar every once in a while

to:

** hello sheep......."Hello sheep...Goodbye sheep
sheep."
** Useless/how usefull "Useless/how useful is that
that?"
* CriticalAnnoyance: the The wrap-up review is based on this with the music and sound selection
selection.
* FamilyfriendlyFirearm: there FamilyFriendlyFirearm: There is an advisory based on the use of this trope
trope.
* GoshDangItToHeck: Max often lets off a dag nabbit "dag nabbit" or a sugar "sugar" every once in a whilewhile.



* SoundEffectBleep: Swearing is usually censored with the DTMF tones that represent 9-1-1
* ActingForTwo/TalkingToHimself: Max sometimes tries to voice all characters when speech boxes are present in video games.

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* SoundEffectBleep: Swearing is usually censored with the DTMF tones that represent 9-1-1
9-1-1.
* ActingForTwo/TalkingToHimself: TalkingToHimself: Max sometimes tries to voice all characters when speech boxes are present in video games.


* NoodleIncident: Episode 15 is often referenced as the most infamous due to the amount of censoring that needed to occur before it became suitable to air.

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* NoodleIncident: Episode 15 is often referenced as the most infamous due to the amount of censoring that needed to occur before it became suitable to air. air.
*SoundEffectBleep: Swearing is usually censored with the DTMF tones that represent 9-1-1

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* NoodleIncident: Episode 15 is often referenced as the most infamous due to the amount of censoring that needed to occur before it became suitable to air.


* AnAesop: Practice makes perfect in the Videogame/SuperSmashBros episode.
* ActingForTwo/TalkingToHimself: Max sometimes tries to voice all characters when speech boxes are present in video games.
* CatchPhrase: YOU DIRTY RAT!
** BOP!/BOP YOU!!/BOP THEM!!!/BOP HIM!!

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* AnAesop: Practice makes perfect in the Videogame/SuperSmashBros episode.
* ActingForTwo/TalkingToHimself: Max sometimes tries to voice all characters when speech boxes are present in video games.
episode.
*BigNO!: Max's brother let one off 2 floors above him during episode 2
-->'''[=Max=]:''' Instead
-->'''[=Travis=]:''' NOOOOOO!!!!!
-->'''[=Phill=]:''' Instead you get a ragey jackass
* CatchPhrase: YOU "YOU DIRTY RAT!
** BOP!/BOP
RAT!"
**"BOP!/BOP
YOU!!/BOP THEM!!!/BOP HIM!!HIM!!"
**hello sheep.......Goodbye sheep
**Useless/how usefull is that
* CriticalAnnoyance: the wrap-up review is based on this with the music and sound selection



* GoshDangItToHeck: Max often lets off a dag nabbit every once in a while

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* GoshDangItToHeck: Max often lets off a dag nabbit or a sugar every once in a whilewhile
* ActingForTwo/TalkingToHimself: Max sometimes tries to voice all characters when speech boxes are present in video games.

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Welcome to R.F.G. (Radio For Gamers) I'm Max Schutz AKA DJ_MixDoctor. this podcast focuses on all types of games from video games to games that one would just play around a campfire. we have a few different segments that we have added over time.

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*Bingo
*Gaming Track Of The The Week
*Commercial Break
*Minecraft
*The Wrap-Up Review
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the show airs on Sundays at O:00 UTC.

!! This podcast contains examples of:
* AnAesop: Practice makes perfect in the Videogame/SuperSmashBros episode.
* ActingForTwo/TalkingToHimself: Max sometimes tries to voice all characters when speech boxes are present in video games.
* CatchPhrase: YOU DIRTY RAT!
**BOP!/BOP YOU!!/BOP THEM!!!/BOP HIM!!
* FamilyfriendlyFirearm: there is an advisory based on the use of this trope
* GoshDangItToHeck: Max often lets off a dag nabbit every once in a while

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