And BTW while it could be cathartic and amusing for Art it could also be great for MV, of course. And it's not unheard of. I recall within this last year a small local podcaster by happenstance got ahold of Paul McCartney who did about an hour long podcast interview. HUGE boost for the guy's internet cachet. Can't remember how it came about just now. Luck, largely. I believe the guy said (in an interview I heard) he happened to be offstage where McCartney was doing an appearance, saw him, and fighting his own fear appraoched McCartney and asked him if he wanted to be interviewed on a local podcast. He almost fainted when Paul agreed. And it went great.
But, for example, if Art had a need to vent and didn't have a venue for it and he knew he had a friendly audience (BellGab has 2400+ rabid fans, technically - true, many are dead or MIA
) I imagine an interview could occur.
But, if it does, remember to WEAR YOUR MIC/HEADPHONES and TURN YOUR RADIOS OFF! And don't forget, Art is a bit neurotic about sound/voice quality.
Guest: "Hello, Art. I'm here to tell you about Christ Jesus, who's sitting right here next to me in my rec room. He wants to tell the whole world why he came back just now and...."
Art: "Excuse me. EXCUSE ME! Are you using skype? Because I hear a distinct hum! Sounds to me like 60 cycle bleedthrough with drifting phase-shift."
Guest: "But... But... It's JESUS! Really! He just turned my MadDog 20/20 into Pinot Noir! And..."
Art: "I'm sorry. Call back when you get rid of the hum. Next caller, Robert Casio, Tucumcari, New Mexico. you're on the air with Richard C Hawgland..."