To All our fans, donors, Guests & Contributors
Listeners & fans
Waiting 4 Wrath has the best listeners. It’s a pseudo-scientifically proven, commonly accepted fact. W4W listeners have been rumored to wield super-human strength, radiate Deadpool-esque healing factors and, as a matter of well-known belief, make better lovers.
Without you our show would just be four more drunks yelling at the moon. So, for listening each week and for validating our day drinking, thank you!
Guests & Hosts
We’ve been lucky to have some amazing guests on Waiting 4 Wrath, and equally lucky to have met some of podcasting’s most generous hosts.
It has been our great honor to have had conversations with musicians, speakers, comedians, authors, professionals and activists the world over. We are humbled and in awe of your talents and your generosity in sharing them. Thank you.
Likewise, we have been exceptionally lucky to have been invited onto a number of great shows. From serious to silly, big and small, we’ve met great hosts and learned more than we ever expected to. Thank you to everyone who inspired, supported and mentored us along the way, we couldn’t have done it without you.
We said it above and we’ll say it again, we absolutely have the most generous listeners in podcasting!
From financial support to shares, tweets, and five star iTunes reviews; we couldn’t ask for a better audience. Since we launched our Patreon page we’ve been constantly surprised by how many people are willing to donate their hard earned money — some even giving more per month than they’d pay for fucking Netflix! — and that’s only continued with the Amazon and PayPal links. So generous are our listeners, that we’ve been able to make payments on equipment usually reserved for radio broadcasters and still have enough left over to make a donation to Big Gay Jim’s Drag Queen Bingo, an amazing charity that helps support those affected by HIV/AIDs in Wyoming.
Being able to give back was a major goal of the show from its inception. We joked about being able to make contributions like Cognitive Dissonance’s push for Doctors Without Borders, only barely allowing ourselves to take it seriously. Now, nearly 100 episodes in, we’re seriously discussing how we can donate more this year! Not to sound too much like a public radio beg-a-thon, our show is supported entirely by the generosity of listeners like you! And that means our ability to support worthwhile causes is too, for which we’re all truly grateful. Thank you!
For as little as a dollar a show you can get a lot of extra wrath. Patron cuts of the show average 20 extra minutes of great content and whatever else doesn’t make the main show — which we hope you find to be worth your money. We know you work hard for it and we’re honored you would donate to us!
One of the really great things about doing this show is all the wonderful beer! So to all the folks who have recommended a beer, left a review, or actually given us beer (which we’re constantly amazed by) thank you! We couldn’t do it without you.
We’d like to extend a big thanks to everyone who rates us on iTunes!
Ratings help the show grow and dramatically improve our rankings on iTunes, not to mention the warm and fuzzies to the hosts! You can review us on Stitcher too. We’re not quite sure how to check those yet, but we look at the site off and on. Probably best to tweet us so we can make sure we acknowledge you on air! Those socials, by the way, are a great way to get ahold of us!
Our show isn’t produced in a vacuum. Each show is an amalgam of the efforts of those who have come before us, those who inspire us, and freely lend their work to our cause. We are enriched and grateful for all that you do.
Indeed, we drink atop the shoulders of giants.
Musicians who let us use their songs, shows from whom we borrow clips, and artists who’s talents brighten our site, socials and smiles, we thank you all!
Our stories come from great blogs and our media from great producers. We live in a gilded digital age of sharing, community and inspiration. Thank you.
Melbourne based musical comedy duo “ElbowSkin” have been rocking the socks off audiences all over Australia for more than a decade. They also generously let us use a bit from this song to close out beer each week. Enjoy.
An artist, an activist, and an explicit storyteller; Shelley uses her music not only to express the way she sees the world, but to create the world that she wants to see. Which is weird, because she willingly sat in a room with us for a recording! She also let us use a number of her songs. Check out her amazing music!
We couldn’t do what we do without the extraordinary generosity of people like composer Kevin Macleod and guitarist Dan Ritter. What have they made you ask? Our intro music!
Protofunk is available via the Creative Commons license at incompetech.com. Thank you for your work, I hope we do it justice.
Finally, we would be remiss not to mention our fabulous wives, girlfriends, husbands, family, friends, and pets who support us in what we do. Making this show takes a lot of effort and time. Between show prep, writing, the socials, recording and editing we collectively spend more than forty hours a week on Waiting 4 Wrath. We’ve missed parties, holidays and come home far too late far too frequently. It would be enough to drive anyone nuts but somehow everyone keeps a smile on their face. And for that, we’re truly lucky.
Thanks and we love you all!