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My Brother, My Brother and Me 192: Long Bums

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Happy MaxFunDrive, everybody! Make sure you don't talk while listening to today's episode, or else we'll eat the fingers right off your hands.

Suggested talking points: Goof Taxman, Goofy Movie Free Association Jazz, Wedding Face, TV Talking, Chicken Shipment, Labels, Matters of the Chocolate Heart, Adam Sandler's Secret Tears, Brothy the Blind Soup Man

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 317: Human Onion with Justin McElroy

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Justin McElroy

Podcaster Justin McElroy joins Jordan and Jesse in a MaxFun podcast mashup for a discussion of remote recording, Miami sightseeing, and the amazing power of onions. Plus, it's the pledge drive! Go to MaximumFun.org/donate to get involved!

Action Item:

• What should Jordan do in Miami?

International Waters: Episode 22 Why Choose the Battenberg?

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Pippa and John Luke, in London
Guests: 
Barabara Gray
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John-Luke Roberts
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Pippa Evans
Guests: 
Zach Sherwin

Barbara Gray, John-Luke Roberts, Pippa Evans and Zach Sherwin join host, Dave Holmes for the transatlantic comedy quiz show where land laws do not apply.

Other useful links this week: Here’s what a Battenberg cake looks like. You can find more details about Pippa’s Sunday Assembly alternative to church here and I Googled “Crave” to see what Barbara was talking about and found this.

Please let us know what you think on the forum or Facebook page.

This is our MaxFunDrive show. There’s only one of them so we really need you to donate to help support the show and when you do, please remember to lie and tell MaxFun you like International Waters more than other brilliant MaxFun podcasts like One Bad Mother, Lady to Lady, SPY, Jordan, Jesse Go!, Bullseye, The Memory Palace… Hey aren’t there a lot of really great MaxFun shows? Maybe you should donate?

And if you already donate, thank you. But you’ve probably been donating for a few years now and could afford to up your monthly donation. Please do! We’ll make sure you get the new pledge gifts.

That’s all. Thanks for supporting the show and MaxFun.

One Bad Mother Episode 48: Mom Rage, with guest Tracy Moore

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Show: 
One Bad Mother
Guests: 
Tracy Moore

This week, Biz and Theresa go there...to talk about the scariest place a parent can find themselves, the place where frustration can take us when dealing with our children (and it ain’t Chuck E Cheese).

Plus, 4-year-olds and pinatas and "Momming-Up" for days with your kids when your partner goes out of town. We also talk unexpected pregnancies and how to rock them with Tracy Moore, Jezebel contributor and author of Oops! How to Rock the Mother of All Surprises.

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The Book: Oops! How to Rock the Mother of All Surprises: A Positive Guide to Your Unexpected Pregnancy
Tracy on Jezebel: http://jezebel.com/tag/motherload
Follow Tracy on Twitter @iusedtobepoor

Show Music
Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Beehive, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amran, Hot Jams For Teens (www.adiraamram.com, available on iTunes)
Telephone, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans (www.cornbreadted.com)

TS127: Los Angeles Winters, Jurassic Park, Kelly Blazek, Homophobic Stress

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Get our your umbrellas and your light jackets, Los Angeles! It's time for our winter! Bryan and Erin try to stay warm while they chit-chat about Jurassic Park becoming a reality, Kelly Blazek's epic email takedowns of everyone who is jobless in Cleveland, and a new study that says people who hate gay people die sooner.
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Throwing Shade #34: Jurassic Park and Bitchy Emails

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Get our your umbrellas and your light jackets, Los Angeles, it's time for our winter! Bryan and Erin try to stay warm while they chit chat about Jurassic Park becoming a reality, Kelly Blazek's epic email take downs of everyone who is jobless in Cleveland, and a new study that says people who hate gay people die sooner.


Judge John Hodgman Episode 151: Sic Semper Dramatis

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Will wants his brother Andrew to stop making scenes and acting like a reality TV star in public. NOTE: Some occasional bad language in this episode.

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

We're joined again by Western Massachusetts radio personality Monte Belmonte of 93.9 WRSI The River in Northampton, MA. Thanks again to Monte and WRSI!

Thanks to Jason Yucis 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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Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: P-Funk's George Clinton and Tagging with Christian Acker

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Bullseye
Guests: 
George Clinton
Guests: 
Christian Acker

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P-Funk's George Clinton: From Doo Wop to Funk, and Saving His Musical Career

The musician, producer and 72 year-old mastermind of Parliament-Funkadelic, George Clinton, has never been shy of the limelight. He started his career singing doo wop, later found himself writing songs for Motown, and finally wound up creating a wholly unique sound and visual experience with Parliament-Funkadelic. They made hits like One Nation Under A Groove and Flashlight and their performances were as funky as their tunes.

In recent years, Clinton has found himself entangled in a series of legal battles over the copyrights of his songs. While fighting in the courts, George found himself fighting for his health as well. The doctor of the Funk gave himself his own prognosis: if he was going to continue a musical career and regain agency in his business affairs, he had to clean up his act, and he has.

The pioneer of funk joins us this week to talk about the evolution of his musical career, getting wild onstage, and putting forward momentum back into his musical career -- and even gives us an update on Sly Stone.

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic are still touring and recording. George has a reality show and a memoir in the works as well. You can track him down on his official website.

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Hip Hop with Andrew Noz: Vince Staples (feat. James Fauntleroy) and Nicki Minaj

Andrew Noz joins us to provide some recommendations from the world of hip hop. First, we talk about Vince Staples' intimate, raw track about his father, "Nate" featuring James Fauntleroy. Andrew also suggests a listen to Nicki Minaj's new track, "Lookin Ass", a battle rap that shows Nicki still spits.

Andrew Noz is the columnist for Pitchfork's Hall of Game and blogs at Cocaine Blunts. You can also find him on Tumblr.

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Comedy: Chris Fairbanks Wonders About Owls

The comedian Chris Fairbanks joined us a few years ago at our annual convocation in the woods, MaxFunCon. And he wondered -- what's up with all these owls?

He’s going to join us for another big event this year: the second annual Atlantic Ocean Comedy & Music Festival July 25-28, 2014. You can find details at boat party dot biz. To learn more about Chris and his upcoming shows at hisofficial site.

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Why Tagging is Beautiful: Christian Acker and "Flip the Script"

You know those tags you see on walls, park benches and trash cans everywhere? You might not think it's something beautiful, but Christian Acker does. His book Flip the Script is a look at graffiti typography, and celebrates the art of tagging -- one of the last strongholds of highly refined penmanship.

Acker collected writing and spoke to graffiti artists all over the country, to chronicle and analyze hand styles from Oakland to Queens. In a world where people too rarely place ink to paper, we'll look at a typographical expression that reflects your individuality, roots, and even how long you've been practicing.

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The Outshot: Baba O'Riley

There's at least a couple of good parts of teenagerdom. This week, Jesse shares some of them with The Who's Baba O'Riley.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 312 - Morgan Brayton

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Morgan Brayton

Morgan Brayton returns to talk cat traps, boring dreams, and baby holding.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 316: Dress Python with Rachel Bloom

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Comedian and musician Rachel Bloom joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of terrifying children's movies, dressing for weddings and Jordan's social media cutback.

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