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  1. #51
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    I’m more like feel good podcast listener.
    Once in a while some story gets me tearing up at work.

    - This American Life

    - StoryCorps

    -Beautiful/Anonymous

  2. #52
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    if I'm not laughing and improving my good mood, I don't podcast
    https://www.christophertitus.com/podcast
    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willywhit View Post
    https://wtfpod.libsyn.com/


    WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
    Really getting into this podcast. James Franco was excellent, and Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo fame was fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    this was an EXCELLENT episode of Citations Needed https://soundcloud.com/citationsneed...issident-media
    Great stuff.

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    Looks like the Utah Avalanche Center just started up their own podcast- hopefully some good stuff even for those who are not utarded. https://utahavalanchecenter.org/blog/33854

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    ^ I thought it was pretty decent for the target audience. a little heavy handed at first but the second half was good.

  7. #57
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    Lots of good suggestion here already.

    If you want some lawls

    'My Brother My Brother and Me' is great.
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  8. #58
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    Our dumb podcast
    Thee podcast
    American Rugby Podcast
    Dan Carlin- for those really long drives.
    Neil deGrasse Tyson....

    some others I'm forgetting.

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    If you like business crap. Barry Ritholtz,

    https://www.bloomberg.com/podcasts/masters_in_business

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    Rappaport though kind of low brow is funny.
    License to kill gophers by the government of the United Nations

  12. #62
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    Al Jourgensen sounds like Dennis Hopper.
    http://billburr.com/monday-morning-podcast-3-5-18/

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    Gilbert Gottfried Amazing Collossall Podcast, really well researched show, fun guests for anyone that grew up with '50's -'80's tv & movies.

    Kickass News, sorta like Fresh Air but with less presumptions and more jokes.

    Tangentially Speaking w/ Duncan Trusell, guy on the road talking to people he meets.

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    Other than Covert, anyone started a podcast? Now's your chance to humblebrag...

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    The PODCAST thread

    I just recently listened to Serial.... there is another one called Undisclosed that is based on the same case, but done by some lawyers. It is not related to Serial in terms of people and production, but they pick up the case and dive much deeper - and they tell you to listen to Serial first because they reference things from that podcast. One of the attorneys was a friend of Adnan / his family. Also, in March of this year, Adnan was granted a new trial (because of things raised in these podcasts actually - ineffective counsel I guess). Very interesting. Not sure when that new trial is scheduled.

    I also really liked Crimetown (based on suggestion from earlier in the thread).

    Not a podcast, but a Netflix series (docu-series)I just watched was The Keepers - also really good. Interestingly also out of Baltimore - what a corrupt place
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    Come for the poo-slinging, Save a fortune on a plumber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hikesalot View Post
    I just recently listened to Serial.... there is another one called Undisclosed that is based on the same case, but done by some lawyers. It is not related to Serial in terms of people and production, but they pick up the case and dive much deeper - and they tell you to listen to Serial first because they reference things from that podcast. One of the attorneys was a friend of Adnan / his family. Also, in March of this year, Adnan was granted a new trial (because of all the things raised in these podcasts actually - ineffective counsel I guess). Very interesting. Not sure when that new trial is scheduled.

    I also really liked Crimetown (based on suggestion from earlier in the thread).

    Not a podcast, but a Netflix series (docu-series)I just watched was The Keepers - also really good. Interestingly also out of Baltimore - what a corrupt place
    If you liked that, then check out Shittown. Or S*** Town. nvm, it is just S Town but that is what the S stands for. It's good, but I don't know how I feel about the end. Still processing.
    https://stownpodcast.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    If you liked that, then check out Shittown. Or S*** Town. nvm, it is just S Town but that is what the S stands for. It's good, but I don't know how I feel about the end. Still processing.
    https://stownpodcast.org
    will check it out


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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    Other than Covert, anyone started a podcast? Now's your chance to humblebrag...
    Since goldenboy apparently won't humblebrag, I'll do it for him. His new podcast is called "Crested Butte is Home"
    http://crestedbutterealestateagent.c...butte-is-home/
    I haven't listened to it yet but he's an entertaining dude IRL so I imagine it's pretty good.

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    For you other contractor-types (and those interested in construction talk) the Fine Homebuilding podcast is a good one.

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    Marty and McGee on ESPN LOVE McGee. Marty notsomuch. if you're a redneck or from the south pretty funny. otherwise probably not. ymmv
    "Can't you see..."

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    Star Talk!
    No longer stuck.

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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    probably the funniest one I've found https://soundcloud.com/ykspod

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    Bill Burr is still the king of the podcast, IMHO

    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

  24. #74
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalated View Post
    Since goldenboy apparently won't humblebrag, I'll do it for him. His new podcast is called "Crested Butte is Home"
    http://crestedbutterealestateagent.c...butte-is-home/
    I haven't listened to it yet but he's an entertaining dude IRL so I imagine it's pretty good.
    Thanks man! I was hoping someone would chime in on my previous post so I'd have someone to ask a tech question or two if I needed to. Oh well. I think I have it figured out and I'm pretty happy with it so far though. Give it a listen and let me know what you think, I guess the genre is mountain town living or some crap like that, I've interviewed:

    1 bikepacker
    2 structural engineer/ old car enthusiast
    3 director of crested butte mountain bike association
    4 pastry chef
    5 forensic carpenter
    6 fly fishing convention organizer
    7 shed hunter

    Stoked for tomorrow's interviews- the brewmaster at Irwin Brewing and an IFMGA guide...

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    I just got hooked on Bundyville, about the Bundy family that had standoffs with the Feds in Nevada and Oregon. Really good if you're at all interested in public lands, right wing viewpoints on the Feds management of public lands, and a bit of Mormon ideology thrown in as well.

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