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sgb
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Money, tell us about your nametag. How great would it have been to have been at the Anne Heche taping?

2/28/2017 7:32:26 AM

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Indianapolis Jones
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Quote :
"When do y'all have time to sit and listen to these podcasts?? Esp folks who listen to a lot of them"


35 min to and from work.

2/28/2017 1:18:36 PM

synapse
play so hard
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I listen at night when cooking...or yeah in the car, especially when on trips. Sometimes when working outside.

To those of you who listen to Hardcore History: more power to ya. They're like 6 hour episodes and are sometimes multi-parters

2/28/2017 1:22:49 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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i listen when i'm driving, mowing grass, working out in the shop, reloading ammo, etc. for stuff like hardcore history i will sometimes just sit in my recliner and listen instead of watching tv.

2/28/2017 10:56:09 PM

Byrn Stuff
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I listen while walking the dogs, making dinner, folding clothes, etc. Basically any time I'm doing something that doesn't require my full attention. They're also great to listen to while heading to and from work.

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Check out Transmissions from Colony One, the story of the first colony attempt on Mars. It's got pretty great sound design and a full cast with no narrator.

3/1/2017 7:34:46 AM

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Indianapolis Jones
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Sounds cool. Is it overly technical?

3/1/2017 8:52:06 AM

Byrn Stuff
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It's definitely technical, but I think it's handled in a "The listener isn't stupid" way. Most things are eventually explained, and a lot of the tech just comes from military-speak/tech jargon/acronyms that get cleared up at some point. It's one of the few podcasts to make me say, "Holy shit!" in the middle of an episode. Give it a few and you'll probably get hooked.

[Edited on March 1, 2017 at 12:17 PM. Reason : don't 'member ghost-edit]

3/1/2017 12:16:27 PM

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Indianapolis Jones
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I'll definitely try it.

3/1/2017 12:19:36 PM

dmspack
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y'all listen to S-Town?

5/8/2017 6:10:41 PM

BobbyDigital
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S-town was awesome

5/12/2017 10:13:52 AM

dmspack
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i generally really liked. some of the digging in his sexual past was a bit of an invasion of privacy to me and i could've done without it. but it was fascinating and very interesting.

5/12/2017 5:21:44 PM

aimorris
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Your Kickstarter Sucks

funny shit, even with some rough audio/production in the first few episodes but they're getting better with each one.

5/12/2017 7:07:37 PM

TheGreatTrey
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I haven't seen it mentioned on here but I really enjoyed Crimetown

It's about the mob in Providence RI and is by the same people that did the HBO show The Jinx.

5/18/2017 4:54:46 PM

Zel
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Cum Town...


No seriously, its like 3 NYC comedians who just sit around and talk about random shit and its hilarious, also highly offensive.

5/22/2017 3:57:35 PM

Jeepin4x4
Cam Time Steamroller
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Pretty deep into Up & Vanished right now.

5/23/2017 10:41:25 AM

Byrn Stuff
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I can't seem to get into true crime podcasts. The closest things that I've enjoyed have been Lore and S-town.

Alternatively, I've spent the last few weeks burning through The Adventure Zone, a real-play D&D podcast that's a spinoff from their main one My Brother, My Brother, and Me. I originally started listening to get a feel for the mechanics of the game, continued because it was hilarious, and have caught completely up because of the campaign's arc.

5/23/2017 2:12:18 PM

bdmazur
California Dreamin'
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I've been loving The West Wing Weekly podcast.

5/23/2017 8:33:14 PM

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