Nov 15, 2011
It's that time of year, the Drunk Duck Awards have rolled around again. This year Niccea is the Awards Empress, taking over from JustNoPoint and she has done a marvellous job with all the complications she's had to deal with. In this Quackcast we announce which comics have won awards so far.
Topics and Show Notes
Biker Rage and the Ska Kid - http://www.drunkduck.com/Biker_Rage_and_The_Ska_Kid/
/>A Deviant Mind - http://www.drunkduck.com/A_Deviant_Mind/
The Drunk Duck Awards!
/>We announce all the awards that have been given out so far, all the way up to Tuesday when the Quackcast goes live
Niccea, empress of the Awards:
/>Be sure to vist the awards she's running this year along with her birlliant comics, especially Mystery Bread.
Next week for Quackcast 52 we'll be introducing the remainder of the awards, so stay tuned!
-Sorry for the sound quality, apparently Niccea had an issue with her microphone, hopefully next week we'll have a better result.
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