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  1. Robot Daddies and Terminator 2 [with Michael Hobbes!]

    Terminator 2 is about a boy, his mom, and a killer robot, sure, but is it possible that a movie about a surrogate cyborg father has some daddy issues to unpack? Join Sarah, Alex and Michael Hobbes as we discuss the best movie of 1991.

    Our guest Michael Hobbes is a reporter for HuffPost. He is also the co-creator and co-host of You’re Wrong About and Maintenance Phase.

    Terminator 2 is a movie about two robots from 2029 to present day [1991] Los Angeles. One is sent by resistance leader John Connor to protect his childhood self from the second robot, which is sent back by Skynet—an AI neural network dedicated to eradicating humans.

    The movie follows young John Connor (Edward Furlong), his mother Sarah (Linda Hamilton) and their robot protector (Arnold Schwarzenegger as they try to survive the pursuit of T-1000 (Robert Patrick) while also doing whatever possible to stop the technological developments that will make possible the future human/robot wars.

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  2. Episode 6 - Sarah Marshall + Michael Hobbes of You’re Wrong About

    Sarah Marshall is a writer currently at work on a book about the satanic panic of the 1980s. Michael Hobbes is a journalist at the Huffington Post. Since 2018, Sarah and Michael have been hosting "You’re Wrong About," a podcast about true crime, moral panics, and the untruths or half-truths around crime, fame, and power that have dominated American culture and national politics over the past half century. Laura and Adrian speak with Sarah and Michael about their podcast, about taxonomies of wrongness, and about the myths by which the true crime genre has governed the way gender is experienced and politicized in the United States.

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  3. David Rees, Going Deep/Election Profit Makers - XOXO Festival (2016)

    David Rees is the creator of clip art comics Get Your War On and My New Fighting Technique Is Unstoppable, a world-renowned artisanal pencil sharpener, and host of the recently-concluded Going Deep with David Rees for National Geographic and the Esquire Network. His latest project is Election Profit Makers, a podcast about election prediction markets, produced by Starlee Kine.

    Follow David on Twitter: https://twitter.com/david_rees Election Profit Makers: http://www.electionprofitmakers.com/ His official site: http://www.mnftiu.cc/

    Recorded in September 2016 at XOXO, an experimental festival celebrating independently produced art and technology in Portland, Oregon. For more, visit http://xoxofest.com.

    Introductory music: "Flaws Run Deep" by Jim Guthrie. Video production by brytCAST. Video thumbnail by Searle Video. Captions by White Coat Captioning.

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  4. Election Profit Makers: Episode 0 (Explainer)

    This is our explainer episode: Jon explains how political prediction markets work, and how to make money betting on the 2016 campaign. David admits to making crazy bets about Donald Trump. We preview the 17-episode season of Election Profit Makers. (NSFW.) For more information, please visit ElectionProfitMakers.com

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  5. Barcode

    How vast mega-stores emerged with the help of a design originally drawn in the sand, the barcode was designed to make it easier for retailers to automate the recording of sales.

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  6. Ross and Carrie Become Conscious (Part 2): Q Edition

    Ross and Carrie continue their adventures at the Conscious Life Expo 2020, meeting Nikola Tesla’s intellectual heir, trying out Superhero Lotion, learning all about pyramids you play songs into, and meeting the coolest, hippest young person to ever…. talk to aliens who endorse Q-Anon? Things continue to get weird, in part two of our long weekend at LA’s most conscious convention.

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