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This episode features a clip from Late Night with Seth Meyers Closer Look at Trump in Puerto Rico. And don't forget to buy your copy of the fantastic new popup book by Kelli Anderson: This Book is a Planetarium! Watch the trailer here, which features snippets of The Space Lady's cover of "Major Tom."

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This episode features a couple of clips from Marc Maron’s fantastic new Netflix comedy special Too Real. He talks about how life has changed under the know-nothing sexual predator and weighs checking out Turd Journey on Clomper. The whole thing is great, don't miss it.

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This episode features a clip from the new season of the Netflix original series BoJack Horseman where he and Diane talk smack about the people of Los Angeles, CA. For no reason, other than it made me laugh when I watched it.

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This episode features a couple of clips from HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, the first where in talking to Jesse Jackson, Bill reads a favorite quote from MLK's Letter from a Birmingham Jail, and another where NYTimes columnist Frank Bruni talks about how white male liberals are excluded from the oppression olympics which afflict the left's identity politics.

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I talk over three songs from one of my favorite old South African compilations: African Jazz 'n Jive (1954-1960) (Amazon.de, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify). The songs were U.S.A. Special by N.D. Hotshots, Beer Club by Orlando Six, and Dinokza by Elite Swingsters.

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This episode features a clip of Sam Harris from his Waking Up podcast, where he was talking to conservative columnist David Brooks about the walking sack of shit that heads the rotting dog abortion that is the GOP (my words, not his).

SPEICAL "PORTLAND" EPISODE FEATURING ALL BANDS FROM PDX!

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This episode features a clip of "Portland, Oregon is Too Nice of a Place" by comedian Matt Braunger from his Big Dumb Animal special (Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, Netflix). Also, if you're in Portland, or nearby in July, be sure to check out PDX Pop Now! this year, or just pick up some of their compilations.