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Thats a Wrap : Season 2 Wrap Up Show

 

 

Hey there, thanks for tuning in again today for KDOI Podcasting, I’m your head instigator Timothy Kimo Brien and this is Kimo’s Den of Iniquity. Wow we have had a great season, 13 projects in 26 weeks. I know I was amazed to get all of that done in a short amount of time. Think about it, some artists take 6 months for 1 project. This episode we will remember some of the projects that really resonated with me and we will discuss what season 3 looks like from my vantage point. But I really would enjoy your input on where you would like to take this project. Here is the contact info

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A Place For Everything : Bookcase Project

 

Thank you for downloading this episode of KDOI Podcasting, Kimo’s Den  of Iniquity, hello my name is Timothy Kimo Brien head instigator here and now in your ears. I am so glad you are here for season 2 last project A Place For Everything : Bookcase Project. So we have done about 12 episodes and thank you for coming along on this journey. I have made some beautiful mistakes along the way, I have double counted steps and I have one project I was unable to complete on time. Life happens, but you know what, I will complete that project because it is important to me. If you were unable to complete your projects no worries, take your time, listen to the episode again and knock it out. Guess what, you can listen to the episode a year later and still do it, no worries I plan on sticking around for a long time, and I welcome you to do the same, one way to do that is to reach out to me via email kdoipodcasitng@gmail.com, twitter @kdoi_podcasting Instagram @kdoi_podcasting and my facebook page TKBrien72.

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We Don’s Need No Water

Wood Burning Project

 

Good day everyone and welcome back to KDOI Podcasting, I am your host Timothy Kimo Brien and here we create more than we consume through projects that inspire you to drop your cell phone and pick up anything at hand to create something. We also talk with Artists that want to remove the mysterious veil between Artists and Audiences.

So where did I get the idea for this project, well many years ago, back when I was a kid, my older brother Mike got a wood burning kit when he was about 8 or 10, which meant I was that annoying little brother of 4 or 6.

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