Episode 133 – Part 2 of Interview with Arthur of AmeriNZ


Listen to the conclusion with Arthur as he talks more about his partner and about his life in New Zealand. As I mentioned before he is a great guy and I encourage you all to check out his fantastic podcast!

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6 Responses to “Episode 133 – Part 2 of Interview with Arthur of AmeriNZ”

  1. john q. public Says:

    Arthur’s an interesting buy. Is it my imagination or has he picked up some of the accent of someone from New Zealand? I think it detect it – particularly when he says, “yeah”.

  2. Casey Says:

    Such a lucky man. Not living through the Bush era directly. Canada seems like a pretty good place to move to.

  3. Ian M Says:

    Enjoyed this one as well. A realy fascinating guy. Having been thru the American immigration process I agree that this is one of the hardest countries to get into. NZ’s constituiton is far more liberal than ours so a good place to be if ur gay. I loved his story about how he arrived and all the correspondence before he met his partned in the flesh!! He mentioned the 2 meanings of a rubber!!! We would talk about putting ur hand on the hooter – in the US u would use the term ‘horn’!!!

  4. CondoBlogger Says:

    Howdy… found your podcast via AMERINZ. GReat show. I have been lisintening to Arthur on his podcast for some weeks now and really enjoy it. It was great listening to your conversation and hearing you ask the questions I had been wanting to ask as well.

    I’ll be back for more I’m sure.

  5. Tim Corrimal Says:

    Hey Ramble. Loved your interview with Arthur. I couldn’t stop listening even though I was suppose to be somewhere. I had to make them wait on me so I could hear the rest of part 2 in one sitting.

  6. (F)reddy Says:

    Y’all cracked me up listening to your friend’s reactions to your new relationships. When I met the BF, he has a friend, Dean, who flat out refused to meet me until the TWO YEAR MARK, because he knew “it wouldn’t last”! At that point, I refused to meet him! Brilliant ending to a fantastic interview.

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