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  1. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 331, With Merlin Mann

    The Talk Show

    ‘John Was the Problem’, With Merlin Mann

    Saturday, 11 December 2021

    Merlin Mann returns to the show to discuss two brief topics (with a few asides): my dream of opening a steakhouse, and Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary Get Back.

    Sponsored by:

    Mack Weldon: Radically-efficient wardrobing.

    LinkedIn Talent.

    Linode: Instantly deploy and manage an SSD server in the Linode Cloud. New accounts get a $100 credit.

    Links:

    Who’s who in “Get Back”? A guide to the non-Beatles in Peter Jackson’s documentary.

    “And Your Bird Can Sing” (Take 2) April 20, 1966.

    Amazon.com: iSi Classic MeshSodamaker for Making Carbonating Beverages, 1 Quart, Stainless Steel: Industrial & Scientific.

    American Giant.

    Farhad Manjoo: “This Is The Greatest Hoodie Ever Made”.

    YKK Zippers.

    Bern’s Steak House in Tampa.

    Jamie Zawinski.

    DNA Lounge.

    “Now you have two problems.”

    The Sharper Image’s Bacon Express Toaster.

    Helen Rosner in The New Yorker: “Pellet Ice Is the Good Ice”.

    Hal’s New York Seltzer Water.

    “What makes Ringo a Great Drummer”.

    “World’s Great Drummers Salute Ringo Starr”.

    ‎David Sims, Letterboxd one-sentence reviewer extraordinaire.

    “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle”.

    “Free Solo”.

    “A Quiet Place”.

    RoboCop: Blank Check with Griffin & David.

    Amanda Hess in the NYT: “The Sublime Spectacle of Yoko Ono Disrupting the Beatles”.

    “Futura and Wes Anderson: A Love Story”.

    Atkinson Hyperlegible — an accessibility typeface.

    Hop Sing Laundromat:

    Hop Sing on Twitter.

    Lê on Twitter.

    Rare photos from inside.

    This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.

    https://daringfireball.net/thetalkshow/2021/12/11/ep-331

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  2. Random Trek | “The Forgotten” (ENT) with Ben Harrison (Episode 117)

    Ben Harrison, film maker and The Greatest Generation podcaster, joins Scott to talk about ENT’s The Forgotten (S3E20). Topics include the ins and outs of hosting a Star Trek podcast, Trip taking a long time to write a crappy letter, and the massive amount of things that happen in this very boring episode of Enterprise.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/randomtrek/117/

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  3. Jordan, Jesse, Go! Ep. 382: Cutting the Cheese with Kevin T. Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe

    Kevin T. Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe from the podcast Gilmore Guys join Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan’s new car search, summer boy activities and of course, Gilmore Girls.

    Please note: this episode has some technical issues - Jordan’s microphone was not recorded for the first two segments (approx. 51 minutes), so his voice is very low in the mix. If you want a version of the show with only the higher quality segments, please visit http://bit.ly/1Gw1rIq.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/jordanjessego/jordan-jesse-go-ep-382-cutting
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  4. Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 550: Fart Me to the Moon with Dan McCoy and Elliott Kalan | Maximum Fun

    Show: 

    Jordan, Jesse, Go!

    Guests: 

    Dan McCoy

    Guests: 

    Elliott Kalan

    Dan McCoy and Elliott Kalan from the Max Fun podcast The Flop House join Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of graham crackers and other naughty breakfasts, Dan’s identity as a baker in Jon Stewart’s eyes, and the best songs written specifically for a movie.

    Plus, Jesse has some complicated questions about gray beard hairs, Elliott runs down a list of funny things his son has said recently, and Jordan describes his visit to a restaurant owned by a cult.

    http://www.maximumfun.org/jordan-jesse-go/jordan-jesse-go-episode-550-fart-me-moon-dan-mccoy-and-elliott-kalan

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  5. Langfassung des Corsogesprächs

    Im mittelalterlichen Island hielten sie den Menschen einen Spiegel vor, als hässliche Muskelberge wüten sie im Film "Herr der Ringe" und als tückische Kommentatoren mischen sie das Netz auf: die Trolle. Mediävist Rudolf Simek hat ihnen ein Buch gewidmet. "Trolle sind ideale Gegner", sagte er im Dlf.

    http://www.deutschlandfunk.de/geschichte-der-trolle-von-der-nordischen-mythologie-bis-ins.807.de.html?dram:article_id=412526

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