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Judge John Hodgman Episode 347: Live From San Francisco Sketchfest, 2018

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"Statute Arf Limitations" and Swift Justice, recorded live at San Francisco Sketchfest! With special guests Merrill Garbus and Nate Brenner of Tune-Yards, with a dispute of their own!

Tune-Yards' newest album, "I can feel you creep into my private life," comes out on Friday January 19! It's being released by 4AD, and can be found wherever music is sold! They are also going on tour in February and March. Visit tune-yards.com/#tour for dates and more information.

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Episode 12 - Timothy Van Lindqvist & Paul Paul

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Guests: 
Tom Crowley

Tom Crowley joins in this month as we hear about how Timothy Van Lindqvist lost his cow. We also premiere a new track from Paul Paul to celebrate the announcement of his first major tour of the USA.

By Benjamin Partridge and Tom Crowley with thanks to Rhodri Viney.

Music: “Butter Making” Lyrics by Benjamin Partridge, music written and performed by Rhodri Viney.

"Eventide: Nocturne", "Eventide: Reverie" and "Eventide: Remembrance" by Roman Benedict.

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