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  1. #101
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  2. #102
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    My commute is now 45 min.
    I’ve discovered that being entertained is way more appreciated than learning something.
    In order of most likely to pick:
    1. Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
    2. My Dad Wrote A Porno
    3. Stuff You Should Know
    4. Stay Tuned With Preet


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  3. #103
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    If I had to choose a favorite it’d be Stuff You Should Know

  4. #104
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    Listen to Fore Play every Tuesday and Thursday.
    Barstool golf podcast.

  5. #105
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    Alien Theorists Theorizing.

    Conspiracy and alien stuff but with heaps of levity and very little Kool-Aid drinking. I’m not usually into this type of stuff but these guys are hilarious.


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  6. #106
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    Bundyville
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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    Listen to Fore Play every Tuesday and Thursday.
    Barstool golf podcast.
    Listening to golf?
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

  8. #108
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    The dirtbag diaries did an interview with Steve Casmiro that I enjoyed.
    https://www.adventure-journal.com/20...en-to-it-here/

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    Anybody grew up in the 70/80/90’s skateboard culture - check out Nine Club. Pretty good in depth sit downs with OG pro skaters (brigade guys/etc); they got a lot of new stuff too, but I skip all that. The guests make it good.

    Different vibe - jeselnik/Rosenthal vanity project; good banter on random stuff. If jeselnik fan, will enjoy.

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  10. #110
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    Dr Death. So captivating.


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  11. #111
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    New season of Revisionist History is fascinating. The bonus chapter from his book has me seriously considering a purchase.

    3rd on Stuff You Should Know. The kids love it. I thought my son fell asleep during the punk episode, so I paused it. He spoke up with "hey, I'm listening to that".

    The Ron Burgundy Podcast is entertaining. Starts pretty slow, but gets better.

    If you watch Good Mythical Morning, their podcast Ear Biscuits is pretty good.
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  12. #112
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    No Dogs in Space is a solid music history podcast. So far, more of a funny story format than a deep dive into genre and influences. I think Carolina Hidalgo shines in this format. She's a great young voice on Movie Sign with the Mads, but mostly sounds awkward and uncomfortably out of place.
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  13. #113
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    Quote Originally Posted by bagtagley View Post
    No Dogs in Space is a solid music history podcast. So far, more of a funny story format than a deep dive into genre and influences. I think Carolina Hidalgo shines in this format. She's a great young voice on Movie Sign with the Mads, but mostly sounds awkward and uncomfortably out of place.
    I'll have to start listening to this. You listening to broken record? It's put on by Malcolm Gladwell and Rick Rubin. Lately they have been using a random host to fill in, which is annoying because all I care about is listening to Rick talking shop to musicians. But all the episodes are good no matter the host except for a few. I even like ones from artists I would never listen to otherwise. Amazing insights to the creative process.

    https://brokenrecordpodcast.com/2018-2019

    2020 episodes: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com/

  14. #114
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    Broken Record is awesome, but I'm not caught up. Bummer about the random host.
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  15. #115
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    I started The Dream the other day, looking forward to a long road trip to get into it.

    Awesome first episode about ponzis / multi level marketing, etc
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  16. #116
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKWR View Post
    Anybody grew up in the 70/80/90’s skateboard culture - check out Nine Club. Pretty good in depth sit downs with OG pro skaters (brigade guys/etc); they got a lot of new stuff too, but I skip all that. The guests make it good.

    Different vibe - jeselnik/Rosenthal vanity project; good banter on random stuff. If jeselnik fan, will enjoy.

    $0.02
    love this one, gone through the catalogue and the episodes with some of the older legends (Grosso, Hosoi, Dave Duncan, Vallely) are all really rewarding if you're into old guy skateboarding.

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...l/id1469999563

    The Portal with Eric Weinstein

    Just getting started but shaping up to be pretty interesting.
    I'm not a huge fan of him, but his latest episode with Riley Reid was a really good listen. She's great. He's a dork.
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  17. #117
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    love this one, gone through the catalogue and the episodes with some of the older legends (Grosso, Hosoi, Dave Duncan, Vallely) are all really rewarding if you're into old guy skateboarding.



    I'm not a huge fan of him, but his latest episode with Riley Reid was a really good listen. She's great. He's a dork.
    Never heard of this guy but she's amazing. Will check it out, thanks!
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  18. #118
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post


    I'm not a huge fan of him, but his latest episode with Riley Reid was a really good listen. She's great. He's a dork.
    He's a really intelligent guy, but it's funny how that plays with the different guests.
    With someone like Gary Kasparov or Vitalik Buterin it works well and you have to stay on top of the conversation. With Riley Reid he comes across as unable to figure out how to talk to normal people.
    And I have no understanding of the recent guitar/singing shit.

    The guests are pretty hit or miss though. Its the only podcast where I either listen to the whole thing, some parts more than once, or don't last more than 10 minutes.

  19. #119
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    Its the only podcast where I either listen to the whole thing, some parts more than once, or don't last more than 10 minutes.
    yes this has been my experience also. He does have good guests. The interview with Werner Herzog was amazing.
    27° 18°

  20. #120
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    Small Town Murder is really good / funny

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    BS report - far and away my favorite, but I’m a huge basketball junkie
    Book of basketball 2.0
    The rewatchables
    Lowe post
    EMcrit

  22. #122
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    Mark Maron WTF podcast... the interview feel like normal conversations

  23. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvovsky View Post
    Mark Maron WTF podcast... the interview feel like normal conversations
    Good insight. Just a tad late to the game.


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  24. #124
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    i need a new rec with 14 hours of driving coming up this weekend. The Dream kind of petered out for me.

    Has This Land been mentioned? if you liked bundyville it’s in the same lane. Native American rights being infringed in Oklahoma, etc.
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  25. #125
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    the consistently great 'reply all' really outdid themselves with this week's episode:

    https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-...he-missing-hit

    funny as fuck, oddly moving, informative. its a damn good one.

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