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  1. Mr.Pete

    EPISODE 336 — NOT Farts and Procreation 4

    Thank you Scott, Earwolf, Chelsea, Adam, and Harris.
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    We will miss you Harris

    My jaw dropped at the headlines and I could only make it through 10 mins of the WTF replay interview Podcasting really is a very intimate medium, and losing Harris feels almost like losing a good friend. We'll miss you. I hope you are still writing jokes for the big Foam Corner in the sky.
  3. A Good Plugs Song (by me, Mr.Pete): https://soundcloud.c...good-plugs-song
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    What are your favorite books, comedy or otherwise?
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    Episode 258 — Yoke Jams

    Fuck yes, Bill Callahan! One of my favorite song-writers of all time. Probably not the best format for him, and pairing him with Pardo is even worse, but at least you guys figured out how to make the most of it comedically (would still love to hear him on WTF or a one-on-one show where he could open up more though).
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaconda_(film) You know, with Jon Voigt, Ice Cube, J. Lo..? . I'm not totally convinced the makers of this film were entirely unaware of its awfulness (and I'm assuming you guys are shying away from "self-aware" or tongue-in-cheek bad movies). But Anaconda is sort of in a class of its own. . I think its cult reception spawned a whole generation of big budget, ridiculous, bad dialogue movies like Deep Blue Sea (2 years later), Snakes on a Plane (turned down by 30+ studios in the mid 90s, but greenlighted in '99 after Anaconda), and probably even influencing recent stuff like Pirhana 3D. I'm sure if Anaconda hadn't been made, we would still have over the top disaster movies, but Anaconda was the perfect mix of famous actors and slick effects contrasted with unbelievable characters like Voigt's, crazy story writing, and tons of one liners and ridiculous action sequences.
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    summer songs

    Now that it's official, let's have some appropriate tunage. Watcha got? For starters: [media=''] [/media]
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    kulaps intro's

    I dig the new boxing/wrestling style intros. In fact, I was just thinking of starting a thread to recommend more songs for the intros. I'm sure Howie & Kulap have plenty already, but now whenever I'm listening to music, I'll hear a building intro and think "That would be great for Who Charted." A couple that have come to mind lately:
  9. Hey I took Alex Taylor's accapella version, and Todd Barry's Dubstep impression from the same episode, and then beefed it up a bit for the Dubstep Movie Chart Theme: http://soundcloud.com/3chroma/mr-pete-dubstep-movie-chart Hope you don't mind, Alex (or Todd)
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    Episode 46 — Margaret and Al

    Amazing Episode. I think Eddie is the perfect guest for Who Charted. Not only is he game for Howard's bizarro role-play scenarios (some guests can't quite get into it), but he jumps in before Howard even finishes the set-up and takes it even further than Howard deep into bizarro-land while Kulap loses her shit . Also if indie is derivative, then can we agree that mainstream is extra super duper derivative?
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    What should Who Carted fans call themselves?

    ha! nice. silent but friendly.?.
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    Howie Cramer

    Sloppy Timmy!
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    What should Who Carted fans call themselves?

    Nice one Or that could also be the Kremer & Kulap Klan.
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    What should Who Carted fans call themselves?

    The Chartel The Tea Charty Charticipants The loyal subjects of Chartopia Children of the Chart Corn
  15. The first one that comes to mind is Hermes, the chart goose. I'm not sure how to differentiate it from a regular non-chart goose though.. . Anyone have more suggestions? If anyone actually gets a costume finished, show us your pics!!!
  16. I propose a sub-segment of Chart Chatter where users can post questions to Howard/Kulap and/or guests. Either here in this thread, or a more official thread with rules from the Earwolf overlords. . Howie/Kulap can pick the best ones to answer within the chatter segment. e.g.: Howard, when's the last time you wore a neck tie? Kulap, if you had a spirit animal, what would it be? Howard, do you have gum for the other seasons? If not, how do you cope with your lack of chewing gum after summah? etc.
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    Episode 43 — Songs In The Key of SoBe

    To everyone saying we need to keep Chart Chatter: I agree, but it only works if people are "chattering" on the forum (beyond just "that ep was great" or "that guest sucked"). So everyone go start a new thread topic. Then go post in the topics that the other people started. Some ideas: "Summah is over!" "My own chart for the week" "What should Who Carted fans call themselves?" "How many charts does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?"
  18. Perhaps a solution that is more sensitive to the mentally disabled: FUCKTARD! (not sure about adjective form though .. "That's fucktarded.".?. )
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    Episode 43 — Songs In The Key of SoBe

    TIm was funny as always. Sometimes his schtick (make shit up and be weird, but play it as straight as possible) gets a little old, but his never breaking character also adds to the fun of trying to figure out what's the real Tim and what's total bullshit. . Also, If Lion King is still charting next week, you better transplant that shit. Who cares about a Disney movie that's almost 20 years old?.
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    Where are the videogame charts?

    Kumail Nanjiani - He's been doing the video game themed podcast, "indoor kids" over on the nerdist site
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    Episode 42 — 12.5 Cups of Summah

    Todd Barry's dubstep impression was hot, not to mention spot on. . So I was thinking to remix it, but then I decided to use it alongside Alex Taylor's acappella Movie Chart theme from the same episode (hope you don't mind, Alex) for a dubstep RE-remix of the Movie Chart Theme: . listen: http://soundcloud.com/3chroma/mr-pete-dubstep-movie-chart . comment: http://www.earwolf.com/forums/topic.php?id=1689
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    Episode 122 — Shanghaied by Irene

    I love Yo La Tengo! It was great to hear them on CBB, packed into another killer episode. Coincidentally, 14 years ago this week I saw Yo La Tengo play in Ann Arbor on my 21st birthday (yep, I just turned 35). YLT was awesome as always, but the night devolved into multiple Wild Turkey pukings, the best of which left a perfectly symmetrical sunburst-like stain on the First St. sidewalk in front of the Blind Pig until about 6 months later. Through the winter!
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    Episode 123 — No Scoop for You

    Yo La Tengo were killer last week, and Bangles were great this week; I like their more intimate sound in the earwolf studio without all the extra pop production. Rock on Zeptember! And another shout out for more freestyle battles!
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    Episode 39 — Transvaginal Mesh

    Tapas! Brilliant transition Howard . Also, I think the (paraphrasing) "2 parts science geek, 1 part bullshit" formula of molecular gastronomy means it's the "math rock" of cooking