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Listened to 518: Deconstructed iMac

The new MacBook Pro and Mac Mini look amazing, but who was expecting a surprise HomePod?

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 

Listened to An Ode to Koala Brain

Listened to An Ode to Koala Brain

NOTES: Spencer very accurately explains a day in the life of a farm An examination of Koala and Shark Brains, and how both are good at business Jason discusses a sleep experiment allowing him to play more video games living in holidays, not holi-months with HGH Scrooge “Warren Buffett taught me it was okay to be weird” Jim Harbaugh staying at Michigan in the most awkward manner imaginable (again) We create the ultimate streaming network: CBS Sports SD Tom Brady sit and do nothing on the NBA on TNT set challenge Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to 199: Reverse Gift of the Magi

It’s time for Holiday Results, which somehow includes strong opinions on labeling leftovers, preparing strawberries, and sweating “le mot juste.”

By Reconcilable Differences

 

Listened to 250: Roomba Update

Listened to 250: Roomba Update

Some deeper questions about whether certain Roomba behavior makes it more or less of a robot….

By Robot or Not?

 

Listened to Episode 600: Family Feuds

It’s time to clear the docket! This week, we’re tackling FAMILY FEUDS. Is it okay to run in Crocs? Should you serve your sister old, old honey? Is “tweets” an acceptable Scrabble word? Plus: baby names, Chex mix and frosty facial hair!

By Judge John Hodgman

 

Listened to College Football Playoff Comedown feat. KIRBY THE DECEIVER

SHOW NOTES Surber has prepared something Spencer reads TexAgs aloud, as a treat Movie night with the Dawgs Jason has solved the Stetson thing Ryan has a reminder for Georgia Selecting teams to Not Believe In for the 2023 season Right, the title game There’s actually a shocking amount of football talk in here, by our standards A journey through Texas Street Fight Law brings forth a number of new law enforcement theories VIBES TOUR OF AMERICAN FOOTBALL INSTITUTIONS Which school will serve as 2023’s Secular Auburn? Which type of burning car is Oklahoma and which type is Oklahoma State? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to Meld in Contempt

Listened to Meld in Contempt

Stacey brings the case against her friend, Ellen. Stacey says that when they play canasta, Ellen changes the rules mid-game. Ellen says that this isn’t true. She’s simply reporting what the rules have always been. Who’s right? Who’s wrong?

By Judge John Hodgman

 

Listened to Filing For Skankruptcy

Chris brings the case against his friend and bandmate, Nat. Chris would like to incorporate some ska music into their band’s repertoire, but Nat is opposed! Who’s right? Who’s wrong? With Guest Bailiff Jean Grae!

By Judge John Hodgman

 
 

Listened to Case Sera, Sera

Listened to Case Sera, Sera

Gillian brings the case against her friend, Courtney. Sometimes Gillian will say that something was “meant to be.” Courtney bristles at this idea. Gillian wants Courtney to just let her believe what she wants. But Courtney doesn’t think that Gillian truly believes in destiny! Who’s right? Who’s wrong?

By Judge John Hodgman

 

Listened to 248: The Follow-Up Episode

For the very first time, we do some housekeeping about holes, Russian robots, salad, genocide, Voltron, and available sales leads….

By Robot or Not?

 

Listened to Sing the Wall Song

Listened to Sing the Wall Song

It’s time to clear the docket! It’s another edition of JUVENILE COURT with Guest Judge Oscar Thorn (age 9). Time travel artifacts, parents singing in public, swearing along to song lyrics, cat limits, banana bread, and text interpretation. Plus much more! Do parents understand? Oscar will be the judge!

By Judge John Hodgman

 
 

Listened to ‘MERGENCY MICHIGAN EPISODE: HARBURGER HEARSAY

SHOW NOTES Jim Harbaugh is one thousand percent dad and needs to be maybe ten percent more uncle Meet the new dumbest set of NCAA charges you’ve ever seen (aren’t they quaint?) At what point on a diet of ground beef and milk does the human body technically become a living meatloaf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to COLLEGE FOOTBALL TITLE GAME PREVIEW: BY Gawd, Here Come Dem Franchize Boyz

SHOW NOTES The team picks the Pantone color of the year We’re gonna be on the Auburn board of Trustees We’re also going to Congress Sit in on our budget meeting Spencer’s yearly wardrobe, reviewed Let’s talk about Monday night in Cincinnati OK so how long until we get sick of TCU Body goofs! What do you mean you LOVE Taco Bell New truck just dropped https://www.changliev.com/products/changli-mini-electric-pickup Let’s play a new game: Mystery Drunk at the Waterslide Hotel Identifying key trends of 2023 Identifying key goals for the British space program Holly has a Yellowstone viewing plan of questionable origin Ryan invents the Manic Pixie Dream Horse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to 516: One of My Fits of Rage

John’s birthday cake, Samsung’s new monitor, and why Overcast isn’t moving to CloudKit after all.

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 

Listened to 430: The 2022 Annies: A Lot of Mercenaries

Myke, Federico and Someone Who Kind of Sounds Like Stephen review 2022’s biggest Apple stories, grading them from “Nightmare” to “Best, I Love You.”

By Connected

 

Listened to Plea Cute

Listened to Plea Cute

Jonathon brings the case against his wife, Kat. Jonathon believes that their first date was a post-class lunch in their college’s cafeteria. But, Kat says that lunch did not count as a date! Who’s right? Who’s wrong?

By Judge John Hodgman