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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    He Who Shall Not Be Named was on the Joe Rogan podcast a while back, #737

    This is actually really good. Lance is a lot more self aware than I had figured.
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    This guy strikes me as being one of those people who's so smart he often has trouble communicating his thoughts with the rest of us dummies.

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    I don't think it has been brought up so I will say the Dirty John podcast is definitely bingeworthy. We blew through the entire thing on one drive.
     

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    Lately Iíve been in short burst mode. Song Exploder, Zig Zag, and The Allusionist are good for that. Waiting for Dan Carlinís part 2 opus on Japan.
     

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    This Is Actually Happening is fantastic. Lots of outrageous stories from real people, all true. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes dark.
     

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    Not a podcast but a vlog. I love this guy and his content. Just a mellow fellow riding his bike in NorCal.

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    Default Re: Podcasts: cycling or otherwise

    Quote Originally Posted by jumphigher View Post
    I wonder if I would like podcasts, have never listened to one. I read a lot in the evenings - generally non-fiction bike racer autobiographies, TDF histories, and sometimes (non-bike related) fiction. I listen to a ton of music too. Seems like not enough time to do everything I wanna do. :)
    i think most of them are boring as hell, and the voice matters a lot. Joe Rogan is not boring, and often makes a good podcast. I also like Ezra Kline because his guests are clever and he does well in asking questions. most other people have a voice i cannot stand. not just the sound, but sometimes the delivery or word choice ro message. i guess thats part of being a person who doesn't really like to hear other people talk, since they usually have nothing to say. small talk bores me to no end. and stories i would rather read in my own voice. good luck finding something you like
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    Sean Carroll’s “Mindscape” podcast is really good. He knows how to break down complicated subjects and guides the conversations really well. Interesting guests on a variety of topics.
     

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