Last week, due to a convergence of various circumstances, Poofcast 117 was not ready to be uploaded by Monday night. My schedule has been gruelling these last few weeks. I am waking up at 4am every morning, as I have done for the past ten years, to go into my breakfast radio jobs, which require roughly 30hrs a week. On top of that has been training for Celebrity Splash, which is a minimum commitment of 8hrs per week, but blows out to 10 or 12, not only because I have really been enjoying it, but I want to be as prepared as possible for the live shows at the end of the month. As well as these two jobs, I have been co-producing and performing at The Shelf with Justin Hamilton, which also involves the time consuming task of audio production for the eventual live podcasts we release. Then there are the various other standup gigs I have been performing throughout the Comedy Festival. This has left precious little time to edit, upload and promote The Poofcast, but I have managed to do it every Monday without fail. Until last week, when I noticed in Toby's paper edit that there was an unforgivable defamatory transgression in episode 117, which most likely would have resulted in legal action. I decided to hold it over for a week, so I could spend what few hours I had spare on my weekend to edit it and have it ready for the Monday following. Given that the Poofcast has been up every single Monday for more than a year, I presumed we had enough good will in the bank to allow us a week's grace. At the very least.