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Do you like them, the Podcasts?

post #1 of 29
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I cummute via mass transit, so I end up listening to a lot of podcasts.

Who are you listening to?

Always:

BS Report with Bill Simmons
Hang Up and Listen
Filmdrunk Frotcast

Sometimes:

Jordan, Jesse, Go!
The Sound of Young America
WTF with Marc Maron
The Nerdist
Jason Whitlock
Adam Carolla
This American Life
Sound Opinions

Defunct:
The Lost Podcast With Jay and Jack
Spider and the Henchman
post #2 of 29
Always/Never Miss a Show: Adam Carolla ACE On the House Carcast Regularly: Joe Rogan Fitzdog Nerdist Sometimes: Kevin Smith SMODcast WTF w/ Marc Maron (depending on the guest) BS Report Defunct: Daves of Thunder
post #3 of 29
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Always/Never Miss a Show:
Adam Carolla
ACE On the House
Carcast


I may be alone here, but I liked Carolla's show a lot more in the first season, when it was less of a radio show.
post #4 of 29
I never followed him on Loveline or on the radio, so all of his anecdotes and stories are/were fresh to me, and didn't really see a difference from his early days to now. His one-on-one with guests, depending on who it is, is usually pretty solid; e.g. Sammy Hagar most recently. I am just happy Teresa Strasser is gone. Carolla's recent appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast was one of the best podcasts I've listened to.
post #5 of 29
I have a ton of podcasts that I subscribe to. Never miss: This Week in Tech (TWIT) Engadget (miss the old crew already) Engadget Mobile Overthinking It Point of Inquiry Skepticality The Skeptics Guide to the Universe The Skeptics Guide to the Universe 5 x 5 mini-cast Skeptoid Slate Magazine Truth-Driven Thinking Sometimes: Adam Carolla The Amazing Show with James Randi Buzz out Loud CNET Car Tech Live CNET FilmDrunk KCRW's Martini Shot No Agenda QuakCast Scam School I used to have more, but several no longer make new episodes.
post #6 of 29
Dont miss Dan Carlin's History podcast and his excellent Common Sense podcast.
post #7 of 29
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post
I have a ton of podcasts that I subscribe to.

Never miss:
This Week in Tech (TWIT)
Engadget (miss the old crew already)
Engadget Mobile
Overthinking It
Point of Inquiry
Skepticality
The Skeptics Guide to the Universe
The Skeptics Guide to the Universe 5 x 5 mini-cast
Skeptoid
Slate Magazine
Truth-Driven Thinking

post #8 of 29
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post #9 of 29
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Originally Posted by gladhands View Post
I may be alone here, but I liked Carolla's show a lot more in the first season, when it was less of a radio show.

Agreed. His sidekicks suck balls. Luckily he's enough of a windbag to usually drown them out anyway.

Always and only:

Adam Carolla
Bill Simmons
post #10 of 29
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
Agreed. His sidekicks suck balls. Luckily he's enough of a windbag to usually drown them out anyway.

Always and only:

Adam Carolla
Bill Simmons

The change in format and addition of the sidekicks is that dropped it from my "always" list.
post #11 of 29
I listen to a lot of NPR podcasts while I'm working on the house. Mostly: To the Best of Our Knowledge This American Life Radio Lab (great for popular science) Planet Money All Songs Considered (best way to hear new music, IMO) Car Talk
post #12 of 29
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
Agreed. His sidekicks suck balls. Luckily he's enough of a windbag to usually drown them out anyway.

Always and only:

Adam Carolla
Bill Simmons

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Originally Posted by gladhands View Post
The change in format and addition of the sidekicks is that dropped it from my "always" list.

According to today's episode, Carolla gave up a multi-year multi-million dollar radio gig to stick with the podcast.
post #13 of 29
A lot of friends of mine love Dan Savage the relationship advice guy. Based on things they tell me he seems really on point. I personally do not have the patience for podcasts.
post #14 of 29
Bill Burr's Monday Morning Podcast is usually quite entertaining.
post #15 of 29
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According to today's episode, Carolla gave up a multi-year multi-million dollar radio gig to stick with the podcast.

I don't understand why he couldn't do both. Leo Laporte does a crazy amount of podcasts and still does his radio show. Sure it's weekends only for Leo's radio gig, but I find it hard to believe Carolla couldn't squeeze in time for a few podcasts each week.
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