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    Just started listening to The Message. The podcast is about a declassified radio transmission from the 1940s. The audio has been kicked around by gov't types for a while now trying to decrypt the message within. I've only started it, but so far it seems interesting.

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    I mainly listen to comedy podcasts now. I used to have a ton of podcasts in my feed but had to cut it down to only the ones I felt most connected to.

    -Comedy Bang Bang
    -How Did This Get Made?
    -James Bonding
    -Men in Blazers
    -Pistol Shrimps Radio (two improv comedians do play-by-play for a womens recreational basketball team in los angeles)
    -Spontaneanation with Paul F Tompkins (whether I listen depends on the guests)
    -Superego (improv comedy with production values)
    -The Art of Manliness (4+ months ago I listened to 2 episodes that changed my way of thinking and potentially my life, yet I haven't listened to any since... It's weird how everyone in this thread wants to listen, but rarely does.)
    -The Dead Authors Podcast
    -Worst Idea of All Time (two comedians from NZ watched Grown Ups 2 every week for a year)

    Some old podcasts that I'll still go back and listen to are:
    -The Thrilling Adventure Hour
    -The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project (8 episode spin-off of Comedy Bang Bang)
    -The Pod F Tompkast

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    Just found Imaginary Worlds. The podcast is dedicated to sci-fi, superheroes, fairy tales and other fantasy genres. The description doesn't really do the podcast justice, but it hits the high spots for me.

    BTW I ditched The Message. Wasn't really doing much for me.

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    The Leap. A very cool podcast about inventions that originated for one thing (like a new source of rubber for tyres) only to be used for something completely different (like silly putty instead of tyres).

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    Revolutions podcast by Mike Duncan. If you havent listened to his history of rome podcast, it is highly recommended

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    New Serial podcast is out!!! No idea what the story line is, but I noticed the new podcast had been downloaded this morning. Based on much I enjoyed last year's Serial, here's hoping this one is just as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocDave View Post
    New Serial podcast is out!!! No idea what the story line is, but I noticed the new podcast had been downloaded this morning. Based on much I enjoyed last year's Serial, here's hoping this one is just as good.
    Bowe Bergdahl, the Army soldier who walked off his base on a report outpost and found/was captured by the Taliban.

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    @burban I just finished with the first chapter of the podcast. Not bad. Kind of reminded me of John Krakauer's book Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocDave View Post
    @burban I just finished with the first chapter of the podcast. Not bad. Kind of reminded me of John Krakauer's book Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman.
    I just picked that book up in a used bookstore over Thanksgiving. Looks fascinating.

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    The book is excellent. I look forward to hearing what your thoughts are. Cheers.

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