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Linux Gaming News Punch - Episode 21

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Prepare for a fistful of news, as the Linux Gaming News Punch - Episode 21 has arrived to go over some recent interesting topics to allow you to keep up with all the news.

For those just joining, this is a quick take roundup on recent Linux gaming news. Meant for those who struggle to keep up or just want a little Linux gaming news on the go. Audio-only files and feed links below the video.

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Purple Library Guy 12 Nov, 2019
For the record, I think "Nebuchadnezzar" is pronounced with something pretty much like a hard "k" sound, with maybe a hint of a Scottish throat-clearing "ch". Not like "Chad".
chr 13 Nov, 2019
Purple Library GuyFor the record, I think "Nebuchadnezzar" is pronounced with something pretty much like a hard "k" sound, with maybe a hint of a Scottish throat-clearing "ch". Not like "Chad".

I thought so too and Wikipedia seems to agree: /ˌnɛbjʊkədˈnɛzər/
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