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    Episode 147 - Julie Klausner, Back Again

    Julie's back! (Tell a friend)
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    Episode 244 - Corked-up Porcupine

    I wish I had a more clever way of putting this but: I like when Besser reads old documents from his family. He did that today. I enjoyed it. Good ep.
  3. THIS is the thing that bothers me. I've never had my brake lines cut, but I had a shitty old used car whose brakes just died one morning, and I noticed it before I got out of my driveway because what driveway is set up where you can just hop in your car, hit the gas, and GO? Let alone what neighborhoods is there where you can reach and merge onto a major road without once tapping touching your brakes?
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    Episode 401 - LOVE Is Thicker Than Water

    So Gillian Jacobs auditioned for Never Back Down, right? Did she lose out to Amber Heard? If it weren't 4 in the morning, I'd be inspired to try making a poster. http://www.imdb.com/...ref_=fn_al_tt_1
  5. Besser, please, drop ONE bunk episode. This winning streak is giving me vertigo.
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    Episode 393 - Peanuts Awareness

    A great way to break off a new anno
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    EPISODE 124 - Hackers

    In that article, there's a detail that MIGHT assuage some of June's concerns - it wasn't two guys going "look how easily we can do this," it was two experts who'd spent two years doing research. Less comforting to her might be the account of the FBI agent who hacked a commercial flight in midair through his onflight video console - http://www.wired.com/2015/05/feds-say-banned-researcher-commandeered-plane/
  8. Laura Wilcox reminded me of Michaela Watkins in the best way possible.
  9. Fuck that, best episode of the semester! (Is that longer than a fiscal quarter? My escalation might be off) I listened to this episode once on the way to work. At work I listened to Dan Deacon's NPR tiny desk concert and the Adult Swim USA video he did with the Off the Air guy, then found out Adult Swim did a special project where they got a different animator to make a music video for each song on his new album (When I Was Done Dying has a gorgeous one). Then I listened to this episode again on the way home. I don't want to come off as to gushy, but this episode filled me with a serene happiness that I would abuse if it were a drug. Definitely keeping an eye out for Dan Deacon tickets next time he comes to NYC. Also the Bryan Bacon scene had me laughing like an idiot.
  10. Yet another week where I've got nothing more to add but "Holy shit what a lineup"
  11. On the next Case Closed: "Are Don't Stop or We'll Die a punk band?"
  12. Only halfway through, but I am loving everything about this episode. So happy to finally be seeing Betsy Sodaro regularly again. I feel like she was gone for much too long. Also, in case anyone was interested, I'm pretty sure this was the article Huskey(?) mentioned: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/18/opinion/sunday/longing-for-the-innocence-of-playboy.html?_r=0 If I ever bump into him, I've got my conversation starter!
  13. Normally, I'd feel a modicum of shame refreshing a webpage repeatedly before going to sleep just to find out who's going to be on a podcast I'll listen to in the morning, but the decision paid off. What a satisfying reveal seeing Ian Roberts' face pop up.
  14. Oh, that's who it was. I thought Nick Kroll came in to do his Larry Bird doing Cher impression
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    EPISODE 379 — Realies and Fictionals

    So everyone freaks out when there's no Android app, but now that it's out, there's no acknowledgment? Well I, for one, as one of those who whinged, would like to say thank you to whoever's responsible. I wasn't expecting much, but this seems great. It functions and lets me download episodes! What more could I ask for?