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Jug Bandit

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About Jug Bandit

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  • Birthday 10/20/1977

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    Where Crime Go
  • Favorite Earwolf Podcast
    Jug Bands; Jug Banditry
  1. here's that Mancini song: and yes, Grand Puba is a rapper, he was in Brand Nubian with Sadat X, and they are both featured on this track from Handsome Boy Modeling School: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NxLeLmVYko
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    Me and Last Vanessa Buffin' Penny Pumps at Dunky's Farm
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    Season 3: Game 4 - Pistol Shrimps 4/26/16

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    Season 3: Game 3 - Pistol Shrimps 4/19/16

    Referee Timey Kangaroo Downsport
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    Season 3: Game 3 - Pistol Shrimps 4/19/16

    I hopped on my scoot scoot to pick up my toot toot name and it's Croft Lemurpants
  6. I think Paul snuck a little Foster Brooks in there for a second... Edited to add: Carla pimping for a game of charades on a podcast was brilliant, and I hope it earns her a seat at the Player's Ball. CACK ATTACK
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    Episode 3 - Ted Cruz Eats Lunch With Jesus

    Get those whale-print Nantucket Reds, amirite?
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    Season 3: Game 2 - Pistol Shrimps 4/12/16

    "Get out your S'mores, and color in your skin pores." I could listen to this all day, and maybe if I might I just may. "Swarmin on them like fries on a go-between"
  9. July Diaz, you have outdone yourself once again.
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    Episode 394 - Wisconsin Sugar Babies

    Agreed. I had to rewind, because when I heard "Our Lord and Saviour The Time Keeper," I stopped listening and instead got lost imagining the amazing possibilities.
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    Best of 2015 Pt. 4

    "I show up for these parts."
  12. Ask not, "For whom the bread bowls?" srsly don't ask
  13. ENDLESS HOLIDAY MIRACLES! Now you're just spoiling us.
  14. Salad, salad everywhere, but not a drop of dressing.
  15. Agreed, it's really easy to enjoy listening to someone talk about their passion, and he's a good speaker. In response to a question about the value of solo exercises, Ian talks briefly about using "flash" connotations to get to the game more quickly, then says he doesn't have time to go into it here. He does get into it here at about the 25 minute mark (although the whole interview is worth a listen): http://perlstein.podbean.com/e/50-ian-roberts/