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Episode #9: Pablo Torre, Biometrics, Todd Gurley, and The Coach

infiniteguest.org — Episode #9: Pablo Torre, Biometrics, Todd Gurley, and The Coach Pablo Torre returns to Home Dunk to talk biometrics in the NBA with John Moe. It's fascinating and, as they note, more 1984 than Moneyball. Later, John welcomes The Coach to talk about this week's Game.

Episode #8: Chris Kluwe’s Free Time and the Kansas City Royals

infiniteguest.org — Episode #8: Chris Kluwe's Free Time and the Kansas City Royals Author/activist/punter guy Chris Kluwe chats with John Moe about what he does now that he's not punting (SPOILER: reading, writing, "nerding out"). John also talks baseball with Yahoo!'s Dave Brown; their conversation includes the wonder of the 2014 Kansas City Royals, and the almost-as-wonderful Baltimore Orioles.

A Midyear Update from Miss Othmar.

mcsweeneys.net — A Midyear Update from Miss Othmar. [Originally published January 23, 2004.] Hello, Parents! I've had the best time getting to know Charlie, Lucy, Schroeder, and all of your wonderful children. Since we're now halfway through the school year, I thought it would be a good idea to drop a line and let everyone know how things are going.

Episode #7: Greg Wyshynski’s NHL Preview and The Tournament of Names Finale

infiniteguest.org — Episode #7: Greg Wyshynski's NHL Preview and The Tournament of Names Finale John Moe talks decay, collapse, and things falling apart. Or if you'd rather, he talks about Derek Jeter and Tom Brady, and how they're not like Prince (the musician, not Fielder).

Episode #6: Nate Corddry, The Wonders of Darko Milicic, and The Tournament of Names (Round Three)

infiniteguest.org — Episode #6: Nate Corddry, The Wonders of Darko Milicic, and The Tournament of Names (Round Three) Darko Milicic is the first-ever inductee into the Home Dunk Hall of Fame. There is no ceremony or mustard-colored blazer, but there is much discussion of his NBA struggles and his new career as a professional kickboxer.

And Other Pop Culture Correspondences

goodreads.com — Pretty stinking funny! I think there were only a few sections that did not get me to laugh out loud at least one. The presentation was excellent, I loved the variety of correspondents. I could hear John Moe's voice in my head as I read them all too.

Episode #5: The Whole Adrian Peterson Thing, Luke Burbank, Matthew Baldwin, and The Pinot Noir Warm Herman Miller Aeron Chair

infiniteguest.org — Episode #5: The Whole Adrian Peterson Thing, Luke Burbank, Matthew Baldwin, and The Pinot Noir Warm Herman Miller Aeron Chair So, Adrian Peterson. John's a football fan who lives in Minnesota. In addition to that, he was born into Vikings fandom thanks to his Norwegian parents.

Episode #4: Pablo Torre, Craig Finn, What We’re Falling For Now, and the Two-Boat Theory

infiniteguest.org — Episode #4: Pablo Torre, Craig Finn, What We're Falling For Now, and the Two-Boat Theory The Hold Steady's Craig Finn, admitted Twins and Vikings fan John Moe opens this episode wondering what we're falling for now. The impetus for this is a scene in Richard Linklater's Boyhood, where Ethan Hawke's character marvels at the longevity and ability of Roger Clemens.

Thirty-Nine Questions for Charlie Daniels Upon Hearing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” for the First Time in 25 Years.

mcsweeneys.net — Thirty-Nine Questions for Charlie Daniels Upon Hearing "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" for the First Time in 25 Years. 1. The Devil won that fiddling contest, right? 2. Because isn't that totally amazing fiddle feedback thing the Devil plays (which sounds like Hendrix gone bluegrass) a hundred times better than that high-school-band piece-of-crap tune Johnny plays?

Episode #3: Chuck Klosterman, College Football, and the Tournament of Names (Part Two)

infiniteguest.org — Episode #3: Chuck Klosterman, College Football, and the Tournament of Names (Part Two) John Moe considers college football. Much like with The Walking Dead, enjoying the sport almost has to involve suspending your disbelief, as he discusses with author and writer of the New York Times' " The Ethicist " column, Chuck Klosterman.
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Oct 20, 2014

Demanding a ride and peanuts and cracker jacks. Re-telling the story of my strikeout. That baseball song guy is a dick, man.

Oct 20, 2014

RT @michaelbsacks: How fucking great is Andy Richter, re: Chelsea Handler? Actually, how fucking great is Andy Richter, period?

Oct 20, 2014

@RandBallsStu I really need to know! If a warden throws a party in a county jail, who does he get in trouble with?

Oct 20, 2014

To whom does the supervisor of a county jail report? Like if they got in trouble, before whom would they appear? Asking for some FICTION.

Oct 20, 2014

Watch a bunch of realistic looking fake people run into a slowly spinning metal bar kottke.org/14/10/computer…

Oct 20, 2014

Yeah, I guess I was a little troubled when I heard a teacher refer to that book as "How to Kill a Mockingbird".

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