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A Guide to Staying Warm

weekendamerica.publicradio.org — A Guide to Staying Warm : Weekend America's John Moe wanted to find out how to get warm and stay warm outside no matter what the thermometer said. He explores precisely how to dress (and how much it will cost you) and what techniques to employ to insure that you'll be able to spend some time this weekend in the great outdoors.

Episode #27: Dan Savage’s Advice for the Knicks

infiniteguest.org — Episode #27: Dan Savage's Advice for the Knicks Phil Jackson's cryptic tweets caused John Moe to reach out to advice columnist Dan Savage about maintaining healthy relationships - in marriage, at work, and most importantly, on the New York Knicks. Also, John and Mike Fotis ponder what, exactly, is motivating Kevin Garnett's desire to own the Minnesota Timberwolves.

A Memo From the Head Nurse Regarding Proper Care of Patients Born Bad to the Bone.

mcsweeneys.net — John Moe's Pop Song Correspondences A Memo From the Head Nurse Regarding Proper Care of Patients Born Bad to the Bone. [Originally published June 25, 2009.] To: All medical staff A recent incident in one of our delivery rooms has raised questions not just of hospital procedure but of medical ethics.

Episode #26: Swaggy P, SNL Anniversary MVPs, and Brock Osweiler’s Plight

infiniteguest.org — John chats with Ian Levy about Nick (Swaggy P) Young, who is likened to fellow subversive Ken Kesey. Plus, a dramatic reading of Alex Rodriguez's apology with Mike Fotis and the MVPs of Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary Show.

Episode #25: Jason Zengerle on Dean Smith

Harper Lee’s Letters to Her Editor After the Publication of To Kill a Mockingbird.

mcsweeneys.net — Harper Lee's Letters to Her Editor After the Publication of To Kill a Mockingbird. October 12, 1960 Mr. Hohoff, I am delighted, as I know you are, with the success of the book and I am eager to begin a new novel that I can get out to the public as soon as possible.

Episode #24: Stephen Rodrick on Serena, Super Bowl Reaction

infiniteguest.org — Mike Fotis helps John recover from the Seahawks' Super Bowl loss. Then, John talks to writer Stephen Rodrick about Serena Williams and why she isn't celebrated like that of Tom Brady or Lebron James. Plus, a very special visit from Cleveland Cavalier "Kevin Love.

Episode #23: Chuck Klosterman on the Patriots, Cheating, and the Super Bowl

infiniteguest.org — New York Times ethicist Chuck Klosterman weighs in on "kind of" cheating and the Patriots, and re-imagines the Super Bowl as a battle of the bands.

Episode #22: This Too Shall Pass, with Mark Hendrickson and Dana Burgess

infiniteguest.org — Episode #22: This Too Shall Pass, with Mark Hendrickson and Dana Burgess John explores the saying, "This too shall pass," and wonders if it helps sports fans, like himself, ignore cheating (*COUGH* newenglandpatriots *COUGH*), the systematic maiming of players, and the bending of rules (like the Jordan Rules, which maybe have another name now?).

Episode #21: The Etiquette of Trash Talking and The Tournament of Names: Playoff Edition

infiniteguest.org — Episode #21: The Etiquette of Trash Talking and The Tournament of Names: Playoff Edition Mike Fotis joins John to explore the psychology of Urban Meyer. Then, Neil deMause explains whether it's "stadia" or "stadiums" and how the St. Louis Rams will finance one.
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Mar 01, 2015

RT @yesquite: @johnmoe It's Almost Like You WANT to Hurt 'Em. Why? Why Do You Shut Everyone Out, Hammer? Who Hurt You, Hammer?!

Mar 01, 2015

Is this footage of a real Bigfoot in a James Bond movie? I mean, probably. youtu.be/S_mgnF7NNoM

Mar 01, 2015

Hammer, I Shouldn't Even Have To Ask You Not To Hurt 'Em, The Assumption Should Be That You Would Not Hurt 'Em. I Mean, Come On.

Mar 01, 2015

All the heavy metal guys in my high school turned into flying dragons but got lonely and so they went to space and were space dragons.

Mar 01, 2015

Haven't been crazy about NYT Mag re-design (everyone I knew there is gone and so is section that published me) but Knausgaard story rülz.

Mar 01, 2015

RT @Carolynswiszcz: If you're like me you can amuse yourself by reading this tidbit from today's paper out loud in a high-pitched voice: pic.twitter.com/LEhuo7MNCy

Mar 01, 2015

If there's a rock n' roll heaven, I hope Leonard Nimoy, David Carr, Harris Wittels, and Minnie Minoso have formed an intriguing band.

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