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This episode features a clip of Sam Harris from his Waking Up podcast, where he was talking to conservative columnist David Brooks about the walking sack of shit that heads the rotting dog abortion that is the GOP (my words, not his).

SPEICAL "PORTLAND" EPISODE FEATURING ALL BANDS FROM PDX!

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This episode features a clip of "Portland, Oregon is Too Nice of a Place" by comedian Matt Braunger from his Big Dumb Animal special (Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, Netflix). Also, if you're in Portland, or nearby in July, be sure to check out PDX Pop Now! this year, or just pick up some of their compilations.

SPECIAL "GET UP AND DANCE" EPISODE!

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This episode features a clip from Aziz Ansari's fantastic Netflix series Master of None.

SPECIAL "13TH BIRTHDAY, SEASON ONE FLASHBACK" EPISODE!
  • Erlend Oye (Bergen, Norway)
  • 04 The Black Keys Work
  • The Black Keys Work EP
  • Slumber Party (Detroit, MI)
  • 08 Electronic Boots Remix: Brown Rice Vs. Young Soul Rebels Sound System
  • Tracks and Fields
  • (iTunes, Amazon)

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This episode features FLASHBACK sound clips I played in early episodes of the show when the GOP’s last idiot was in office, publicly embarrassing the country by being stupid. Like when he was addressing native Americans and had no idea was tribal sovereignty was or when he pledged that his administration was dedicated to matching the terrorist efforts to harm the country. Or as we now think of it: The good old days.

SPECIAL 1-OFFS EPISODE (FEAT. 14 BANDS)!

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This episode features a clip from Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, where he discusses the prospects of a clean energy future with Carl Pope and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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This episode features a clip of MSNBC's Chris Hayes on The Brian Lehrer Show offering up an key insight about the right-wing media bubble. Specifically, the unbelievable ratings that Fox News/Bill O’Reilly have always maintained. Basically, roughly half of the population's attention is distributed across the entire media spectrum (like, every major media outlet you can think of from newspapers to networks to public broadcasting, etc.), while the other half of the country gets its news exclusively from a relative handful of explicitly right-wing outlets. As a result Fox News' ratings is roughly half the viewing public, while everything else is splitting the other half of potential viewers.