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  1. DanEngler

    Episode 105.5 β€” 12/7/12 TWO CHARTED 44

    Reached for comment on Who Charted #105.5, actor/comedian Jason Mantzoukas offered the sober assessment, "This. Episode. Is. BANANAS."
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    Episode 105 β€” Chart Remix!

    It's hard to tell the difference; movies are just like tweets.
  3. DanEngler

    Episode 105 β€” Chart Remix!

    When Martin said "I'd Do A Lot of Things for Money, But I Don't Think That", he was actually referencing an obscure Meatloaf track.
  4. DanEngler

    Episode 104 β€” Hardwickipedia

    It must be really stressful to record a podcast under Scott and Reggie's ever-watchful gaze...
  5. This was great! I wish that Urbaniak would now conquer the rest of the Earwolfisphere β€” playing off Paul F. Tompkins as Andrew Lloyd Webber's perpetually overlooked brother Julian, for example β€” but I think he's on record as favoring scripted work over improv.
  6. DanEngler

    Episode 78 β€” Recovery

    Sadly, no. That mangy ol' poodle kept interrupting her business call and caused the deal to fall through.
  7. DanEngler

    Episode 101.5 β€” 11/9/12 TWO CHARTED 40

    As long as Earwolf is expanding their selection of podcasts, here's my pitch for a new weekly show: Every week, host Kulap Vilaysack selects a new health or fitness challenge β€” from raw vegan diet to fasting, Bikram yoga to Krav Maga β€” and invites friends from the world of show business (including Casey Wilson, Janet Varney, Elizabeth Laime, and others) to accompany her on her journey. After one week, Kulap and her guest(s) recap their experience, evaluate its effectiveness, and track their overall health progress. Big names in comedy embark upon a new natural lifestyle in Kulap's Big Naturals.
  8. DanEngler

    Episode 145 β€” Saltan Seas!

    Download URL is all kinds of broken, dear Earwolves.
  9. DanEngler

    this week...

    Whether due to forum feedback or scheduling decisions on the Earwolf side, it looks like they're switching to a weekly show:
  10. DanEngler

    Episode 181 β€” Happy Endings

    Every Adam Pally appearance is a master class on "No, But" improv. Magnificent!
  11. DanEngler

    Episode 74 β€” Star Trek

    After listening to the episode in its entirety, Tig responded: "Can we edit that out?"
  12. DanEngler

    Episode 141 β€” Personality Kingpin!

    SEE: http://www.supersklars.com, http://www.professorblastoff.com, et cetera Note that Elizabeth also tweeted the following:
  13. DanEngler

    Episode 9 β€” Divorced Dads

    Like the newly-elected president of the Battle Rap Society, I left the thread diss appointed.
  14. DanEngler

    Episode 8 β€” Consumerism

    Jeff, It sounds like Dave's kids are using iPhones and/or iPads, which means that he can take advantage of Apple's built-in parental controls to lock down potentially dangerous features. In the Settings app on each device, go to General→Restrictions, enable Restrictions, and specify a password. From there, you toggle various options (like the ability to install apps, access iTunes, whether explicit music/video content can be purchased or played, etc.) The kids won't be able to alter those settings without knowing Dave's password. Dave mentioned his son having jailbroken his iOS devices, which would in all likelihood allow him to circumvent the parental controls, but requiring unjailbroken devices could be a policy Dave and his wife set as a condition of having a phone at all.
  15. DanEngler

    Episode 138 β€” Say The Word!

    The download URL for the show is currently broken on the site (and presumably in the app.) The correct URL is: http://traffic.libsyn.com/totallylaime/TLP_138_H_Alan_Scott.mp3
  16. DanEngler

    Tig on Conan (9/20/12)

    Thanks for the pointer! The interview in question can be found here.
  17. DanEngler

    Episode 68 β€” Feminism

    Of course! I wouldn't dare miss an opportunity to see the World-Famous Scottabot in person, even if it does require sitting in the sweltering heat and cigarette haze of The (Fucking) Neptune Theater!
  18. DanEngler

    Episode 68 β€” Feminism

    I'll never understand why they didn't have Chris Gore in the Hatch for the "Feminism" episode...
  19. DanEngler

    Episode 68 β€” Feminism

    I'd wager Tig was going for "sustainable".
  20. DanEngler

    Episode 91 β€” Song Doctors

    Howard posted it on Twitter.
  21. DanEngler

    Episode 172 β€” This is a Safe Zone

    When I have Todd Glass on my show, I have a good time!
  22. DanEngler

    Episode 133 β€” Respectful Sex!

    Great episode! I'm very interested to hear why Elizabeth and Andy recorded a show with Seth McFarlane but have decided to mothball it...
  23. DanEngler

    Episode 1 β€” Love, Dad

    Your understanding is incorrect. HSAs, in conjunction with High Deductible Health Plans, can be a good option for people who are generally healthy but want to be covered in the event of a catastrophic accident or illness. I'm pretty far from "rich", but I am single and self-employed and thankfully have few health issues. Obtaining individual coverage would therefore be prohibitively expensive and my premiums would evaporate into the Γ¦ther every month. Having an HSA/HDHP allows me to: 1. Pay premiums that are 2-3x less than I would with traditional coverage. 2. Pay up to $3,100 into my HSA each year pre-tax, allowing me to reduce my overall tax burden by a small amount. 3. Roll over every penny in my HSA from year to year (unlike a Flexible Spending Account, where your money disappears if you don't spend it.) Yes, I pay out of pocket for incidental medical expenses but, as mentioned above, I am generally healthy. Should disaster occur, I am on the hook for the first $2,000, and everything after that is theoretically covered by my insurer. Theoretically. The maximum yearly contribution for a married couple is $6,250 (or $7,250 if they're over 55.) To the rich, the amount saved on taxes by taking $7,250 off the top is a laughably small fraction of their income. There are far more effective tax shelters for them to exploit.
  24. DanEngler

    Episode 42.5 β€” Minisode 42.5

    I am loath to be That Guy, but please don't feel compelled to bring Kevin Smith onto the show. The Wild Wild West reference was a one-line tag to the end of a long, well-trodden story about Superman, and Paul already referenced it in this minisode. I don't think I could handle listening to Kevin Muttley laugh his (perpetually pot-addled) way through an entire HDTGM.