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Judge John Hodgman Episode 160: The French Correction

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Guests: 
Jonathan Goldstein

Two Quebecers quarrel: should they speak English or French when they're out and about in their hometown of Montreal?

We're joined this week by expert witness Jonathan Goldstein, host of CBC's WireTap and author of I'll Seize the Day Tomorrow (along with several other excellent books).

If you want to join our conversation about this episode, please click on the Forum link below.

Thanks to Thomas McCambley for suggesting this week's case name! To suggest a title for a future episode, like us on Facebook at Judge John Hodgman. We regularly put a call for submissions.

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Adultery

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Hello Stop Podcasting Yourself fans. In case you haven't heard, the hosts of the show and a couple of SPY regulars got together to make a comedy pilot for CBC radio.

The show is called Adultery, and it's about how people of our generation don’t have the skills or accomplishments that we believe came so naturally to our parents. It’s also super funny.

It features Charlie Demers and Erica Sigurdson as hosts, and our own Graham Clark is the guest who has to undertake the grown-up task of giving a haircut to a child in a kitchen. Dave Shumka co-produced and edited the show.

Download the mp3 here.

It's just a pilot, so any positive feedback we get would be appreciated. Send that to cbcadultery@gmail.com or tweet it to @CBCAdultery.

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