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Jordan and I had a blast heading over to Adam Carolla's garage, checking out his vintage race cars and recording a podcast. Both Jordan and I think Carolla is an exceptionally gifted comic mind and a big asset to the world of podcasting.
Jordan Morris gives the folks from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Our Town some lessons on how to bring their screen acting to the stage.
I hadn't thought about Nate Dogg's album "Music and Me" in quite some time until a twitter message reminded me of it. I used to play this song, and this one with Pharoahe Monch HEAVILY. Two epic jams. The whole album is pretty solid, one of my favorite underrated hip-hop records.
When people ask me how to interview someone for their radio show or podcast, I usually refer them to the This American Life comic book, Radio: An Illustrated Guide. There's not a lot of how-to-interview content there, but what there is is excellent. It's certainly the only guide I used.
Now, I'll just refer people to this excellent guide by our own Podthinker, Colin Marshall. Colin hosts his own public radio show and podcast called The Marketplace of Ideas, and it just celebrated its 100th episode. I was on the show last year.
Dave Holmes joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about Hydrox cookies, the St. Louis Gateway Arch, pornographic Ziggy cartoons and more.
Jordan Morris tells you what's what once again.
5. Hybrid Cars with Environmental Bumper Stickers
4. Greek Mythology
3. A Sexual Uncle
2. Television Garden Plans
1. A University Education
How great is Kasper Hauser's promo for adultswim.com? If that isn't a match made in heaven, I don't know what is.