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Stop Podcasting Yourself 354 - Kyle Bottom

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Kyle Bottom returns to talk the most popular competitive trading card game on the planet, Christmas trees, and Skittles.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 357: The Good Eye with Martin Starr

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Guests: 
Martin Starr

Actor Martin Starr joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Vine videos, videogames and Jerry Seinfeld's Halloween children's book.

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MBMBaM 232: Rim Allen

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We're wrapping 20-Forward up RIGHT. Which is to say, we are forgetting the theme of the year completely, because honestly, we didn't do a great job of fulfilling it. Ah, well - onward and upward, into The Grift!

Suggested talking points: Face 2 Face, Handkerchief Woes, 60 Waffles, Shitty Ringtones, Joey the Giant, Dry Hump Tipz, Keep That Good Smell, Sexy Santa Party, Who Bangers

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TS165: Christmas, Star Wars, I Am Santa Claus & Zillow

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Throwing Shade

This week, Erin and Bryan exchange Christmas gifts! Then, Bryan talks about the gay Santa Claus in Morgan Spurlock's new documentary I Am Santa Claus, and Erin looks at sexual harassment at Zillow.com. Plus, they talk about the new Star Wars Trailer. For 10 seconds.

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Judge John Hodgman Episode 190: Pizza Parley

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Meredith brings the case against her husband Jason. Years ago, they settled a fantasy football dispute with a "pizza truce". Jason would be allowed to choose Meredith's pizza toppings for as long as they were together. Is their contract still valid?

Thanks to Amy Franco for this week's case name!

San Francisco Bay area! See Judge John Hodgman Live! Judge Hodgman will return to mete out justice as part of SF Sketchfest on Friday, February 6th at Marines Memorial Theater.

Tickets available here

More information about the show and Sketchfest available here.

We need YOU to submit cases to be heard that evening! If you and another party
- reside in the SF Bay area, or will be able to attend the show on February 6
- have a legitimate beef, large or small

... write us with the details! Send it directly to hodgman@maximumfun.org or submit via our webform here.

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Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Nick Offerman, Billy Bragg and Dolly Parton

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This week's episode includes content from previous broadcasts. Check out the links below to listen and share each segment.

Nick Offerman Talks Moustaches, Woodworking and Luck

Nick Offerman is a man accustomed to being recognized. As city administrator Ron Swanson on NBC's Parks and Recreation, he sports one of the most revered moustaches in recent television history. He'll explain why his moustache is may actually be more famous than he is.

Swanson has a lot in common with Offerman. They both pride themselves on masculinity and have a penchant for carpentry. But Offerman says there are some major differences between himself and the character he portrays; like the fact that Offerman took two semesters of ballet classes.

Offerman also talks about the joys and perils of growing up in a small town in Illinois, how he discovered his theatrical side, and why woodworking continues to be central to his life.

Offerman's book, Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Fundamentals for Delicious Living is now available in paperback. You can also catch his new comedy special on Netflix. It's called American Ham, and see him in the final season of Parks and Recreation, which begins January 13th.

This segment originally aired October, 15 2013.

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Billy Bragg on "The Song That Changed My Life": Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'"

Billy Bragg performs politically-minded folk music with a punk rock edge, songs with a tone and attitude somewhere between Woody Guthrie and The Sex Pistols. But what led him to develop his voice as an artist?

As Bragg explains, one of the most pivotal moments in his life happened during his lunch break at a record store. He put on a record that changed his life: Bob Dylan's folk anthem The Times They Are A-Changin'.

Billy Bragg's latest album is called Tooth & Nail.

This segment originally aired April 23, 2012.

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Dolly Parton on Show-Business and Sacrifice

Dolly Parton's beautiful voice and musical talent could have carried her to some measure of success. But it was Parton's unwavering drive and embrace of hard work that made her a superstar.

Parton will talk about the personal sacrifices she made for professional success, the events that shaped her life and how she feels about them now.

She'll also share stories about childhood. Parton grew up in the mountains of Tennessee with a large family and a not-so-large home. You'll find out how her upbringing relates to one of her most-loved songs, "I Will Always Love You".

Parton's newest album, Blue Smoke is available now.

This segment originally aired December 11, 2012.

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The Outshot: Michael Mann's Thief

Jesse recommends the 1981 noir film Thief, starring James Caan. It's a crime thriller about one last big score, but it's just as much about running from loneliness and is about running from the cops. Director Michael Mann infuses it with a cool, dark beauty unlike any robbery film you've ever seen.

This segment originally aired July 8, 2013.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 353 - Abby Shumka

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Guests: 
Abby Shumka

Abby Shumka returns to talk baby stuff, driving stuff, and rats. Also, the annual SPY Secret Santa exchange.

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Email us at "spy [at] maximumfun [dot] org" or phone us at (206) 339-8328.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 356: Pan Project with Marc Maron

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Guests: 
Marc Maron

Comedian, writer and podcaster Marc Maron joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Marc's pan smelting ambitions, Jordan's recent wedding trip, and the companies Marc has confronted on Twitter. Plus, Marc plays the harmonica.

See JJGo live in 2015 --

At the UCB on Franklin in Los Angeles on January 6th alongside the Bunker Buddies!
Tickets available here for $5.

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One Bad Mother Episode 85: Resolving to Be Awesome, plus guest W. Kamau Bell

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Show: 
One Bad Mother
Guests: 
W. Kamau Bell

Biz and Theresa discuss New Year’s resolutions and try not to be super judgy about them! Plus, Batman helps a 3-year-old poop on the potty, Theresa finds out why blender lids exist, and we speak with comedian W. Kamau Bell about canceling tour dates to be home with his wife and young family.

Kamau's podcast Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period
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Show Music
Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amran, Hot Jams For Teens (www.adiraamram.com, available on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans

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TS164: Cake, Dragon Age's Inclusion, UK Porn Ban, & Guest Dave Holmes

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Show: 
Throwing Shade
Guests: 
Dave Holmes

This week, Bryan takes a look at the very gay and trans-friendly game Dragon Age: Inquisition. Plus, Erin looks at new British laws that are trying to censor porn. But that's nothing compared to what's happening in Manhattan Beach. Aaron Sorkin, are you listening? With International Waters and all around world talent, Dave Holmes. 

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