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Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone Ep 52: I'll Arbitrate Your A** Off!

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Guests: 
Thomas Lenz
Guests: 
Dmitri Yevstifeev

Okay, turns out Paula didn't have a brain tumor. But if she had, and she'd signed that form agreeing to arbitration... wtf? Was she signing away her rights? Or her brain? Attorney Thomas Lenz clues us in on arbitration, mediation, and why it might be easier to just have a tumor. Also, Ken LeZebnik's America takes us to scenic Cape Cod. And we send out an APB for listeners who might have access to the Paula Poundstone reference in the Mediterranean Journal of Hematology and Infectious Diseases. Oh, and also: Theme songs!

Guest
Thomas Lenz
Attorney, Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo
Twitter:
@AALRR
@USCGouldLaw
@TALlaborlaw

House band
Dmitri Yevstifeev
SoundCloud @dmitri-yevstifeev"

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone Ep 44: The Green New Deal Finds its Footing

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Guests: 
Dr. Patrick Levine
Guests: 
Dr. Christian Grose
Guests: 
Longo Chu

Paula and Adam seek help on the one thing they agree on: Their feet hurt. Fortunately, we have podiatrist Dr. Patrick Levine on hand (or "on foot?") to offer advice. Then we welcome public policy expert Dr. Christian Grose to help us understand the Green New Deal and let us know if our planet is doomed (SPOILER ALERT: Yes. It probably is.). Also, we listen to a hot new batch of potential theme songs, and take a look at how our podcast is charting around the world!

Guests
Dr. Patrick Levine
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
Website: levinefootandankle.com

Dr. Christian Grose
Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, University of Southern California
Academic Director of the USC Schwarzenegger Institute
Website: Dr. Christian Grose
Twitter: @christiangrose
You can find his book on Amazon

House band:
Longo Chu, fiddler
Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles
Website: ScottishFiddlers.org/
FB: @longochu
IG: @longochu

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone Ep 35 - Bill Irwin and Bear Attacks

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Guests: 
Dan Baird
Guests: 
Bill Irwin
Guests: 
Jason Shine

The second time’s the charm - we found a survivalist who survived Miranda Street and made it to the studio! Dan Baird from the California Survival School schools us on disaster preparedness and, yes, surviving bear attacks. Then, Paula’s quest to improve her audition skills continues with our special guest coach, actor Bill Irwin! Find out how Bill lands his roles through the power... of socks. Also, celebrity encounters and theme songs round out this Very Special NLTPP.

Guests:
Dan Baird
World's Leading Back-country Primitive Survival Expert & Guide
Owner, California Survival School
Website: www.casurvival.com
Instagram: @California_Survival_School

Bill Irwin
Actor

House band:
Jason Shine, melodica
Website: YoungPerformerExpo.com

Visit https://www.casurvival.com/paula/ for a special 50% off a live California Survival School survival training course. AND Dan Baird will do a free 15-minute Disaster Preparedness personal phone consultation to the first 50 guests to fill out the form at https://www.casurvival.com/paula/.

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone Ep 24: Christmas with Paula - An Extremely Non-Silent Night

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Guests: 
Jorge Reyes

It’s Christmas Eve, and Paula and Adam conjure up visions of sugarplums as a soft, fluffy snow begins to blanket Miranda Street. At least, we hope that’s snow. We play some of the latest festive entries to our Theme Song Contest, share our listeners’ stories about their most wished-for Christmas gifts, and we review the 2007 cinematic classic “Transformers” to help you decide whether the new film “Bumblebee” is the right holiday movie for YOUR whole family.

House band
Jorge Reyes, saxophone
FB: Aileen Quinn and the Leapin' Lizards
IG: @aileenquinnandtheleapinlizards
Website: AileenQuinnandtheLeapinLizards.com

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone Ep 19: A Very Poundstone Thanksgiving

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Guests: 
Craig Eastman

What are Paula and Adam thankful for? You, dear listeners. You. Which is why we spend some time reading your letters and playing your fantastic submissions to our Theme Song Contest. And then we treat you to a review of a heartwarming Thanksgiving classic so you can decide if it’s worth your time to rush through that second helping of turkey and go out to see “Creed 2.” Yes, we watched the very first “Rocky.” SPOILER ALERT: In the original, the turkey doesn’t make it.

House band
Craig Eastman, unusually low fiddle
Website: Craigeastman.com

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