Judge John Hodgman 110: Veranda Rights

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Ryan brings the case against his friend and neighbor, Allie. Ryan recently moved and has decorated an outside porch area with indoor furniture. Allie thinks the furniture isn't appropriate for outside use. Who's right? Who's wrong? Only JUDGE JOHN HODGMAN can decide.

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Special thanks to listener Corrie Woods for suggesting this episode's title!

EVIDENCE

Submitted by Allie:

Exhibit A:

A close-up of Ryan's pollen-covered couch.

Exhibit B, C & D:

Porches around the neighborhood and "appropriate porch furnishings."

Submitted by Ryan:

Exhibit E:

Ryan's porch.

Exhibit F & G:

Seating on Ryan's porch.

Exhibit H:

The interior of Ryan's home.

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A Man's Home Is His Cast Offs

Women--let 'em dictate your porch furniture and the next thing you know they're insisting that you put on pants to answer the door. I'd like to recommend a couple of tasteful, water repellant throws (a.k.a. tarps), easily found on the side of the highway. And, always remember to bang on the recliner before you sit down--raccoons really appreciate the heads up.

Bunhead

"Bunhead" refers to a ballet dancer who is overly preoccupied with the craft as to be considered "nerdy" or "geeky." It is a common term in ballet companies.