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Pump Up the Volume

A cache by lobotomy & Cowboy Bebop Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/8/2018
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Teenage angst finds a new voice in this drama. By day, Mark Hunter (Christian Slater) is a quiet, studious student at an ordinary suburban high school in Arizona. But at night, Mark creeps down into his basement, fires up his pirate radio transmitter, and broadcasts to the community as Hard Harry, a sexually obsessed social commentator who passes along angry philosophy about the state of teenage life when not blasting punk rock or gangsta rap cuts. 



While we have not had the opportunity to run a pirate radio, we do have a podcast. The good news is that it is family friendly. The bad news is that you will need to listen to it. Unpacking the Power of Power Pack is a bi-weekly podcast about Power Pack, a delightful comic that started in the 80's. Each episode, Cowboy Bebop and lobotomy walk through an issue, providing insight, comedy, and way too much singing.  


But what about this puzzle cache you ask. Good question. This should be pretty simple. Find our podcast , figure out which episode you should listen to, and listen to two guys talk about a comic book. Somewhere in the episode we will bring up this cache and the code you need. We hope that you enjoy the program.  


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