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If you watch Impractical Jokers, Brian Quinn and Sal Vulcano do a mildly entertaining podcast. 

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36 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

Impractical Jokers is the best show on TV.

new series aired on Comedy Central here on Monday. You watch it?

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The Dick Show is really good for general life stuff. I listen to Common Filth Radio for political shit.

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On 24/08/2017 at 5:02 PM, Stan said:

If you watch Impractical Jokers, Brian Quinn and Sal Vulcano do a mildly entertaining podcast. 

Really selling it there Stan.

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2 hours ago, Danny said:

Really selling it there Stan.

Well I don't want to call it amazing and the best thing about when it's not?

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Just now, Stan said:

Well I don't want to call it amazing and the best thing about when it's not?

The question is why are you still listening to it if its just mildly entertaining? xD

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1 minute ago, Danny said:

The question is why are you still listening to it if its just mildly entertaining? xD

I've listened to 1 of theirs and it was mildly entertaining. Is that okay?

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Just now, Stan said:

I've listened to 1 of theirs and it was mildly entertaining. Is that okay?

No Stan it's not, I'm not happy with the way you've been acting and I expect to be notified in future via e-mail when you decide to listen to a podcast.

You also made it sound like you'd listened to a lo tmore than one episode, which was why I was bemused :D

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Joe Rogan has the best one in my opinion. I also like 'The Fighter & The Kid' and 'Your Mom's House'. Used to listen to 'Tell Em Steve Dave' but haven't for well over a year now. 

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Brilliant from Carlin once again, he explores the early days of the protestant reformation and the effect it had on the German city of Munster. The bloodletting is shocking and it's absolutely fascinating with many aspects still resonating today.

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On 1/20/2018 at 17:31, Fairy In Boots said:

Brilliant from Carlin once again, he explores the early days of the protestant reformation and the effect it had on the German city of Munster. The bloodletting is shocking and it's absolutely fascinating with many aspects still resonating today.

Love Carlin's Hardcore History, definitely one of the most interesting podcasts out there.

I listen to quite a few podcasts, mostly the ones covering history and science. My favourites:

History
The Podcast History of Our World
The China History Podcast
The History of Rome
The Ancient World
The History of China
Origin Stories
Das geheime Kabinett
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Science, Technology, General Knowledge
Nature Podcast
Science Vs
Big Picture Science
IQ-Magazin
SWR2 Wissen
Omega Tau

Others
Midweek Motorsports
Missed Apex F1 Podcast

 

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'Congratulations' from Chris D'Elia & 'the fighter & the kid' are two good comedy podcasts.

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Dan Carlin's stuff is very good.

I also liked Serial (season 1 at least) and S-Town was weird and interesting.

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