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My Morning Coffee

By Ninja Pancake

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Description

Your host discusses video games, opinions and memories in a format that's roughly between ten and twenty minutes over a cup of coffee. Once in a while he has a guest. Anything longer than this would be considered the ramblings of a mad man. Don't be fooled though, Jeremy can sometimes be that as well.

Customer Reviews

Being human.

Every man has his on road he must walk. This is just a awesome way to see inside the head of Remy and his daily walk with just being....here. Super cool. Keep it up!

Wow.

I had no idea this was Remy from Warlock School when listening. From what i have heard so far this is an incredible look through a guy who loves video games' life and what he has played. I've passed it on keep doing your thing.

A whole different person in there.

I had listened to some of the previous episodes of Warlock School originally when it had first come out. it was real funny back then I stopped listening to Remy after episode 30 or so. Then a friend retweeted his new show and i didnt' see many reviews. While i'm no professional podcaster its nice to see him drop the character and just be Jeremy. Its really insightful and more of a personalized trip down video game memory lane of a guy who seems like hes gone through some things.

My only downside is sometimes he'll post to his twitter that an episode was a little too much for him to release and while I'm sure thats the case I hope one day he'll release some of those to his catalog. Great 10 minute show!