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July 18

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 363: Breathing in Space

We've got that San Diego Comic-Con fever! And ... it's a real, real bad case. We've got the Spider-Man Shakes, and Batman Sweats, and have to cancel the rest of our public appearances, just to try and keep this thing contained. Suggested talking points: Cosplay Corner, Panini Poppin' Daddies, Adult Happy Meals, A Hilarious Bit About Starbucks Prices, Buzz & Lance, Gym Etiquette, Tim's Bad Donut
posted by drezdn at 10:55 AM - 4 comments

July 17

Hello from the Magic Tavern: Season 2, Ep 18 - The Basement

Arnie and Usidore sneak into the basement while Chunt distracts Blemish. [more inside]
posted by FallowKing at 4:01 AM - 1 comment

July 16

Reply All: #101 Minka

A man takes on an impossible job: fixing the place you go before you die. [more inside]
posted by radioamy at 11:17 AM - 7 comments

July 13

Alice Isn't Dead: Part 2, Chapter 8: Absent Family

The return to a certain abandoned house.
posted by jazon at 12:32 PM - 0 comments

Alice Isn't Dead: Part 2, Chapter 7: The Monk of Crystal Springs

Once a man lived at the Crystal Springs Rest Area. He doesn't live there anymore. [more inside]
posted by jazon at 12:31 PM - 0 comments

The McElroy Brothers Will Be In Trolls 2: Chapter 3

This time, The McElroy Brothers ask Archer creator Adam Reed to help get them into Trolls 2.
posted by drezdn at 11:40 AM - 8 comments

The Adventure Zone: Ep. 67. Story and Song - Finale, Part One

Our heroes' memories have returned. At the end of everything, will they stand together against the encroaching darkness? Or will their past sins leave them irrevocably driven apart?
posted by showbiz_liz at 11:33 AM - 39 comments

July 12

Ear Hustle: Looking Out

The need to nurture and show love for another living being (or, in San Quentin parlance, "looking out") is an essential human impulse. Away from your family and friends in prison this can be difficult, if not impossible. Sure, guys create strong bonds among themselves that help to alleviate the pain of missing family. But like on the outside, some people inside just relate better to animals than people.
posted by bq at 2:46 PM - 0 comments

StartUp Podcast: Life After Startup (Season 5, Episode 7)

Jason from Bento started a business that prepared and delivered pan-Asian meals on demand. Lauren and Emma from Dating Ring wanted to reinvent online dating. Mary from Saint Harridan made sharp suits for masculine women and trans men. And Mike moved food across international borders, evading employees of a large grocery store chain. This episode, we return to some of the companies we followed in previous seasons and find out how their founders are doing—and what the label "entrepreneur" means to them now.
posted by bq at 2:38 PM - 0 comments

July 10

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 362: Travis McElroy Presents: Waffle Friend

Okay, so, you're going to hit a point in this episode where we start talking about who would win in a very real war between horse-mounted humans and centaurs. And we want you to know, right now, before getting started, that this will be the remainder of the episode. Just managing expectations, here. Suggested talking points: Preparing for Buffett Battle, Driving Test Cop Friends, Body Exploration, Sisterhood of the Stolen Pants, Garofal-O's, Humans & Horses vs. Centaurs
posted by drezdn at 10:30 AM - 13 comments

Hello from the Magic Tavern: Season 2, Ep 17 - Crazy Jared

Lots of things are changing in the tavern. But can Blemish ever change? [more inside]
posted by FallowKing at 3:50 AM - 4 comments

July 8

StartUp Podcast: Building The Perfect Cup of Coffee (Season 5, Episode 10)

Mokhtar Alkhanshali is trying to produce the perfect cup of coffee. And he's trying to do it with beans grown in the midst of an active war zone in Yemen. Despite those challenges, his company's first batch earned rave reviews, and sold for $16 a cup at one of the fanciest coffee chains around. But can he turn that early success into a profitable business, or will the challenges of trying to achieve perfection using a supply chain that starts halfway around the world do his young company in? [more inside]
posted by radioamy at 1:58 PM - 2 comments

The Flop House: Ep. #235 - USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

It's Cagemas in July, with the utterly forgotten USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. Meanwhile, Stu teaches us how the cool kids say "Indianapolis," Elliott makes fun of an adorable old veteran, and Dan invents the WWDND bracelet. Meanwhile, Owen Wilson shows up way too much. Wikipedia synopsis for USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage Movies recommended in this episode: I Am Not Your Negro Crumb Baby Driver LIVE SHOW ALERT! We'll be at the PHILLY PODCAST FESTIVAL on July 16th at 8:30 pm!
posted by drezdn at 1:15 PM - 2 comments

July 4

StartUp Podcast: Ask Alex (Season 5, Episode 9)

You called with your questions. Alex Blumberg has your answers—about growth, diversity at Gimlet and, oh yeah, that ABC sitcom that's currently being made about the first season of StartUp. [more inside]
posted by bq at 9:09 PM - 7 comments

Hello from the Magic Tavern: Season 2, Ep 16 - Tom the Girlfriend

Baron Ragoon has brought his new girlfriend to the Tavern. She seems vaguely familiar. Also, Blemish is around. [more inside]
posted by FallowKing at 11:54 AM - 3 comments

July 1

StartUp Podcast: You Have to Invent Something (Season 5, Episode 1)

In 1983 a guy named Stuart Anders invented a toy that would become a huge hit -- one of the biggest fad toys of a generation. But the toy world can be treacherous, and Stuart's big idea left him broke. Now he's back with a new toy and a surprising ally.
posted by bq at 1:19 PM - 0 comments

StartUp Podcast: Friendster: Part 1 (Season 5, Episode 2)

In 2003, Jonathan Abrams was sitting atop one of the hottest new companies in Silicon Valley. He and his website were at the forefront of an industry that would eventually be worth more than $400 billion. So, what went wrong? Let's discuss episode 2, the second part of this episode, as well.
posted by bq at 1:16 PM - 2 comments

Ear Hustle: Misguided Loyalty

Tommy Shakur Ross grew up in South Central Los Angles in the 1980's. As a boy, he was seduced by what he saw as the "glamour" of gang life. Thirty years later, he is still paying the price for giving his most to a gang that ultimately brought the kind of fame he wishes he'd never earned. [more inside]
posted by bq at 1:06 PM - 1 comment

June 29

The Adventure Zone: Ep. 66. The Stolen Century - Chapter Seven

Our heroes long, forgotten journey comes to an end.
posted by Tevin at 11:18 AM - 59 comments

Reply All: #100 Friends and Blasphemers

An online diary used by American teenagers confronts a strange and terrifying enemy.
posted by Tevin at 5:47 AM - 10 comments

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