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  1. Like it or not, you people are the target audience--though many of you are too young for the source material! https://soundcloud.c...fore-the-remake
  2. So many great bits on this one. Black Whale movie, KevinSutra, saying the N-word in Grizzly Man--and the line I keep coming back to in my mind that should be on some merch...Plastic Rules, Nature Drools. This one is up there with Wilcox and Demillo eps. Well done, gang.
  3. I've tried to harness my Demillo obsession into something constructive; heading out to staple copies to telephone poles tomorrow morning. http://lunaphyte.wor...of-the-podcast/
  4. I can't stop listening to this episode--dozens of belly laughs. Thanks to all involved. Here's my valentine to Demillo: http://lunaphyte.wor...of-the-podcast/
  5. Loved that bit, too. Daly could barely get it out. "He said he could see through me, I said 'F*** you.' "
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    Episode 273 — Vape Cod

    I was enjoying this episode during a late afternoon jog on my quiet suburban circle, laughing at the concept of killing all movie animals, when I was charged and bit by a giant black dog. Ear bud karma, thanks a fuckin lot, Horatio. I'm sending you my medical bills. (But the episode was worth it!)
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    Episode BO2013.4 — Best of 2013 Pt 4

    Listening to the countdown I expected Scott to announce the winner to be eipsode 249, Bob Odenkirk and the Birthday Boys in "Ice Cold STab." So much funny stuff in there and it didn't even make the Top 15. Time Bobby was an excellent show, too. I just started listening a few months ago and am excited about all of the eps to go back and listen to. You are all amazing comics--love it. And Scott, you are a gifted and hilarious ring leader!
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    Musical nuts and necessary drugs

    This series is hysterical--I'm so glad you guys did this and I've never wept so much from laughter. In my opinion, drugs are a necessary part of the Phish experience. I think it's the only way--any sober/straight enjoyment would merely be a superficial sheen of what could be a deeper connection. I went to see Phish in Chapel Hill over 20+ years ago (when they could still play small rooms) while I was tripping acid. I liked them OK before the show but the experience of seeing them live on LSD was unforgettable and profound. (Of course, I could've just stared at a stucco ceiling and been moved.) I can still listen to the Lawn Boy album and become the extremely zonked young man that I was back then. Can't wait to hear the next episode(s)! I also think no other band can create tension/release like Phish. Those sonic releases are similar to orgasm and Phish are masters of the musical nut. “Run Like an Antelope” has an extra gooey musical nut starting at 2:51 of the following Youtube clip: More on musical nuts…share your nuts here: http://lunaphyte.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/the-magic-of-musical-nuts/ Mike