The Ghost Show Episode 11

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Broadcast Number: 11

Broadcast Date: Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

Description: Ghost attempts to cover the stock and crypto markets. It's now day 33 of the government shutdown (what will the first of the month look like?), Plastic-face Pelosi demands the President delay the SOTU address until after the shutdown. Ghost gives his thoughts on the Covington fiacso with the fake news media. Ghost also discusses "incels" and tries to explain "meeting women." And of course Radio Graffiti!

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Link: https://youtu.be/02HtaaVnShY

Notes

During the show, Ghost was repeatedly chain-trolled with Accident-Prone Kids by 卐 CAPTAIN AUTISM 卐 via TTS donations, leading to the chatroom being flooded with the dialogue of the call. This caused massive rage and resulted in Ghost gargling loudly into the microphone for a long duration. Ghost then decided to take some THC to calm down, causing some trolls to claim they would report him to YouTube over it. Ghost also once again entertained the idea of doing a gaming stream in the near future.

During Radio Graffiti, Ghost was hit with a few racist calls and a few more Accident-Prone Kids calls (including one using the original clip that inspired the calls), as well as being told via TTS donations to call on certain numbers. Thisissparta hit Ghost with another intro splice, trolling him with the audio of him gagging from earlier in the show, and another troll played a splice of Ghost contradicting himself regarding the quality of Episode 8, with him calling it a horrible show at the time, yet retroactively being favourable towards it. There were 35 cans in this episode, placing this at #3 on the Cans High Score list.

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