Faustus Pringle

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Widely loved for his Tuesday shows featuring a random assortment of friends and numerous silly games and antics, Faustus Pringle was the station's first Hiring Director as well as its first British DJ.  His legacy lives on through his many terrific hires, some of whom strive to emulate his style, such as [[Cat_Killer]], the Fez of Etymology, named for a project Faustus was involved in, and eccentric and amusing Kingdom-themed tunes from his band, [[Jeremy and the Paxmen]].
 
Widely loved for his Tuesday shows featuring a random assortment of friends and numerous silly games and antics, Faustus Pringle was the station's first Hiring Director as well as its first British DJ.  His legacy lives on through his many terrific hires, some of whom strive to emulate his style, such as [[Cat_Killer]], the Fez of Etymology, named for a project Faustus was involved in, and eccentric and amusing Kingdom-themed tunes from his band, [[Jeremy and the Paxmen]].
  
 
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Revision as of 20:54, 13 September 2012

Faustus Pringle
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 Show Name:  No Title Yet 
 Prize Multi:  None Yet 

 Age:  27 
 Sex:  Male 
 Location:  England 
 Email:  ben.swithen@gmail.com 
 Twitter:  BenSwithen 

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Widely loved for his Tuesday shows featuring a random assortment of friends and numerous silly games and antics, Faustus Pringle was the station's first Hiring Director as well as its first British DJ. His legacy lives on through his many terrific hires, some of whom strive to emulate his style, such as Cat_Killer, the Fez of Etymology, named for a project Faustus was involved in, and eccentric and amusing Kingdom-themed tunes from his band, Jeremy and the Paxmen.

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