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Your hosts skip the pre-flight, then end up talking a little about preparing for a performance. Novelty sports experiments are considered.
Following some corrections, self-analysis, and technological digression, Merlin's computer poops the bed. Covid considerations continue to interfere with life, and sometimes you have to fight your family's optimism a little.
Merlin tries to use an analogy from a TV show, and John introduces the class to "The Plumber Problem."
John has recently discovered a beloved artist's Patreon and highlights the influence of his work. It can feel pretty frustrating when the internet doesn't love someone or something as much as you do. Just remember, there are a lot of easy and inexpensive ways to let someone know what their work means to you.
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Links and Show Notes:
- Audio Editor: Jim Metzendorf
- Admin Assistance: Kerry Provenzano
- Music: Merlin Mann
- The Suits: Stephen Hackett, Myke Hurley
"Nitpicking correction for this weeks @RecDiffs, @siracusa & @hotdogsladies bbc 4 is a tv station. The shipping forecast is on bbc radio 4. Glad I got that off my chest."
BBC Radio 4 is a British national radio station owned and operated by the BBC. It broadcasts a wide variety of spoken-word programmes including news, drama, comedy, science and history from the BBC's headquarters at Broadcasting House, London.
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A dramatization of the Black Sox scandal when the underpaid Chicago White Sox accepted bribes to deliberately lose the 1919 World Series.
Donny, you're out of your element.