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Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee (GC) Chill and Chat!

For anyone wondering what's been up with PCC lately, here's the update.  I've been spending lots of time working on my YouTube channel.  It's been growing quite well lately and I'm proud to say that I'm almost to 1,000 subscribers!  While this site may seem like it's been abandoned, it really hasn't.  I just haven't had much time to do many updates.  If you're interested in what I do, be sure to subscribe on YouTube.  

I do live Godzilla video game streams every Sunday night.  In addition, I do live Friday the 13th: The Game streams every Wednesday.  Thursdays are devoted to my Nostalgia Overload Series.  Then on Sunday mornings, I release a new Godzilla video.  

I've also been spending more time on Twitter.  I'm trying to build my following over there too.  Haven't had much luck there to be honest, but it's a slow build.  If you're interested in joining me there, it's @popculturecasts.  Give me a follow!


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