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  • Originally posted by MartyFunkhouser View Post
    If you aren't listening to the Always Sunny Podcast, you are seriously missing out.
    I second that, very funny. “Cut that, cut that, cut that…”
    "Friendship is the grand fundamental principle of Mormonism" - Joseph Smith Jr.

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    • I've been really enjoying 'The History of Rock Music in 500 songs", to the exclusion of most of my other regulars. I'm only 14 episodes in, he's been at this since 2018, and he's currently on at song #150 , but it is super interesting. I'm in the late 40's/early 50's era now. He's done a background of blues, Western swing, country, big band, jazz, and a few other genres that I've never heard of. He has some really interesting tangents that go into the personal lives of the singers, as well as the politics and culture of the era. He's British, so he sounds very authoritative.

      Give it a whirl. I found this episode to be super interesting. If you do too, you will like the others:

      https://500songs.com/wp-content/uplo...Thats-When.mp3

      "...you pointy-headed autopsy nerd. Do you think it's possible for you to post without using words like "hilarious," "absurd," "canard," and "truther"? Your bare assertions do not make it so. Maybe your reasoning is too stunted and your vocabulary is too limited to go without these epithets."
      "You are an intemperate, unscientific poster who makes light of very serious matters.”
      - SeattleUte

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      • Originally posted by Northwestcoug View Post
        I've been really enjoying 'The History of Rock Music in 500 songs", to the exclusion of most of my other regulars. I'm only 14 episodes in, he's been at this since 2018, and he's currently on at song #150 , but it is super interesting. I'm in the late 40's/early 50's era now. He's done a background of blues, Western swing, country, big band, jazz, and a few other genres that I've never heard of. He has some really interesting tangents that go into the personal lives of the singers, as well as the politics and culture of the era. He's British, so he sounds very authoritative.

        Give it a whirl. I found this episode to be super interesting. If you do too, you will like the others:

        https://500songs.com/wp-content/uplo...Thats-When.mp3
        Putting this in my queue. Thanks.
        Ain't it like most people, I'm no different. We love to talk on things we don't know about.

        "The only one of us who is so significant that Jeff owes us something simply because he decided to grace us with his presence is falafel." -- All-American

        GIVE 'EM HELL, BRIGHAM!

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        • Originally posted by Northwestcoug View Post
          I've been really enjoying 'The History of Rock Music in 500 songs", to the exclusion of most of my other regulars. I'm only 14 episodes in, he's been at this since 2018, and he's currently on at song #150 , but it is super interesting. I'm in the late 40's/early 50's era now. He's done a background of blues, Western swing, country, big band, jazz, and a few other genres that I've never heard of. He has some really interesting tangents that go into the personal lives of the singers, as well as the politics and culture of the era. He's British, so he sounds very authoritative.

          Give it a whirl. I found this episode to be super interesting. If you do too, you will like the others:

          https://500songs.com/wp-content/uplo...Thats-When.mp3
          I'll give it a listen. I have a long road trip to Montana in a couple of weeks.
          Dyslexics are teople poo...

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          • Smartless is a fantastic pod w Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, and Sean Hayes. Amazing guests- (Radiohead, Jack Black, etc.,) but I could listen to those three just banter absent the guests.
            "I'm anti, can't no government handle a commando / Your man don't want it, Trump's a bitch! I'll make his whole brand go under,"

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            • Originally posted by Commando View Post
              Smartless is a fantastic pod w Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, and Sean Hayes. Amazing guests- (Radiohead, Jack Black, etc.,) but I could listen to those three just banter absent the guests.
              I enjoy them on Saturday morning hikes. I especially liked the interview with James Boroughs (he of Cheers, Taxi, Frasier, Friends, Will & Grace, etc.). The hosts are very quick-witted, lots o' fun.

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              • Originally posted by Commando View Post
                Smartless is a fantastic pod w Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, and Sean Hayes. Amazing guests- (Radiohead, Jack Black, etc.,) but I could listen to those three just banter absent the guests.
                Smartless is great. The episode with Justin Theroux is a lot of fun. Although I confess that sometimes I'd rather just listen to the hosts.
                Ain't it like most people, I'm no different. We love to talk on things we don't know about.

                "The only one of us who is so significant that Jeff owes us something simply because he decided to grace us with his presence is falafel." -- All-American

                GIVE 'EM HELL, BRIGHAM!

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                • Originally posted by Flystripper View Post

                  I'll give it a listen. I have a long road trip to Montana in a couple of weeks.
                  Hey, that’s the trip we first listened to it.
                  "...you pointy-headed autopsy nerd. Do you think it's possible for you to post without using words like "hilarious," "absurd," "canard," and "truther"? Your bare assertions do not make it so. Maybe your reasoning is too stunted and your vocabulary is too limited to go without these epithets."
                  "You are an intemperate, unscientific poster who makes light of very serious matters.”
                  - SeattleUte

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