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It’s Pronounced Jordan says hello again, talks good byes

It’s been too long, so long that saying ‘too long’ sounds ridiculous. I mean, I think it’s been over a year, maybe way longer since I have uploaded an archived episode of It’s Pronounced Jordan. It’s not right to you, it’s not right to radio. Because if ever there were a broadcast that posterity couldn’t do it without, it is this one. Paul Harvey who, you know?

So here it is, desperately, even haphazardly posted just to relieve my crushing sense of guilt, and out of whatever order there may have been once upon a time—just a random ray of radio rapture (I don’t even know what it’s about) bottled in the dream factory that is the Auburn Network Studio on a Friday in September 2012, the best Friday, up to that point, of any of the magic makers’* young Auburn lives. Because every episode of It’s Pronounced Jordan makes the day its born the best Auburn day ever. That is how special and precious this whole experiment has become. It’s Pronounced Jordan is bigger than all of us. It has been for some time.

May Auburn bless the hearing of her word.

You can listen to previous episodes of It’s Pronounced Jordan here. And you can listen to upcoming episodes Wednesdays this fall at 5 p.m. on The Drive on 106.5 FM and online at espnau.com.

* Jeremy Henderson, Rich Perkins, and Councilman Ronaldus Anders.

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About Jeremy Henderson

Jeremy Henderson is the editor of The War Eagle Reader and co-host of Rich and Jeremy in the Mornings on Wings 94.3 FM in Auburn. Follow him on Twitter: @wareaglereader / @jerthoughts / @RichandJeremy

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