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Old 09-10-2012, 10:36 PM   #31
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LOVE IT! Best new Disney podcast out there for adult fans of Disney that don't take everything so seriously and don't get offended easily...and if anyone downloads this (which you should totally do if you love to laugh at inappropriate, twisted adult humor and Disney) this is NOT a kid/work friendly podcast...wear earbuds in the company of others

I listen to most of the big Disney ones (DisPlugged (both coasts), WDW Today, WDW Radio, etc) but have gotten to the point with some of them that I listen at double speed to get through them all since a lot of it is information I know or heard before...that's one of the better points about the DisUnplugged is that it's fairly fresh every week

Non Disney: A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan, Go Fork Yourself with Andrew Zimmern, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

I agree with what someone was saying about Stitcher earlier...I love that app and rescues me when I've forgotten to sync my phone since I can't stand listening to music at work...it's either talk radio or podcasts
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Old 09-10-2012, 11:38 PM   #32
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Of Mice and Man podcast

I listened to the first few episodes of it and stopped listening to it as most of the time they were doing stupid charters that added nothing to the show and it just got boring.

If you want a really good Disney Podcast that isn't always family friendly but can be informative try the WDW fan boys podcast. Well they do make fun of each other and Disney Fans a lot they never come across as doing stick.

Another good one for that to is Dis after Dark from the UK
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:38 AM   #33
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I'm a true lurker, but wanted to come out of lurkdom and recommend (besides the great DisUnplugged) the Intercot podcast. Worth a listen. Nice roundtable discussion and they are funny. Not sugar coated either.
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Old 09-11-2012, 11:33 AM   #34
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The dis unplugged is of course #1... But I gotta fill my treadmill time. Lol
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Old 09-11-2012, 01:08 PM   #35
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What? No one here listens to the Joe Rogan Experience?
Oh yeah, I forgot.....not many dudes here.
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:39 PM   #36
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Wow! I just subscribed to some of these podcasts (I've only ever listen to The Dis and The Thinking Atheist)... But I'm already feeling guilty like I'm cheating on Pete and the gang!
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Old 09-11-2012, 06:44 PM   #37
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I'm a true lurker, but wanted to come out of lurkdom and recommend (besides the great DisUnplugged) the Intercot podcast. Worth a listen. Nice roundtable discussion and they are funny. Not sugar coated either.
Thanks for de-lurking!! Keep it up
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Old 09-11-2012, 07:51 PM   #38
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In addition to keeping on top of all of the podcasts here, I also listen to Wait Wait, Don't Tell me and lately the Jillian Michaels podcast. Occasionally I will listen to some of the "Stuff You Should Know" podcasts, but sometimes I don't care about their topics, so I skip a lot of them
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:22 AM   #39
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What? No one here listens to the Joe Rogan Experience?
Oh yeah, I forgot.....not many dudes here.
Love Joe's podcast. Also worth a listen is Jim Jefferies podcast, and Penn's Sunday School (Penn from Penn & Teller) Neither of these are family friendly.
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...Also worth a listen...Penn's Sunday School (Penn from Penn & Teller) Neither of these are family friendly.
I especially like Monkey Tuesdays.

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Of Mouse and Man
Mother doesn't care for it, but my six year old daughter laughs like crazy.
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The only disney podcasts I listen to are the DISunplugged and WDW radio (I don't love this one as much but I'm still new at listening to it).

I was also looking for new podcasts and just started listening to How Did This get Made? OMG this is the most hysterical podcast I have ever listened to and can't get enough!! It is about terrible movies. The team of two men and one woman picks a particular movie to watch and then they get together and discuss it - often times with a guest podcaster. It is most certainly NOT child friendly with a bunch of swearing and adult topics. It has a bit of dark humor which is right up my alley but not everyone's alleys.

I just listened to one of their podcasts after they watched a movie called "Birdemic" (Weird Al Yankovic was their guest for this episode). This episode should give you a good idea of their style and will pull you in if you are anything like me!
I'm going to check out "How Did This Get Made" - Stacy - thanks!

I also listen to Wait Wait Don't Tell Me regularly
and WDW Today and WDW Radio now and then
Love Car Talk, sorry they're retiring - shows will continue - in re-runs though.
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They have a lot of tech podcast that i listen to.
Big Web Show. I listen to because i'm going to school for web development/design.
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Old 09-12-2012, 02:21 PM   #43
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I've recently fallen for The Thrilling Adventure Hour. It's funny that such a retro concept (old radio dramas) can be such an amazing use of modern technology. The writing is clever and funny. The performers and guests stars are stellar (Paul F Tompkins, Paget Brewster, Nathan Fillion, Busy Phillips). It is recorded in front of a live audience with an orchestra playing original music. The show comprises several recurring segments including the adventures of a Marshall on Mars, a pair of fast-talking, high society mediums, and an undercover millionaire trying to find his hobo princess. It's hilarious, and I hope to see it live one day the next time I'm in LA.
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I work the grave shift and spend about 5 to 7 hours a night pretty much by myself, so I listen to a lot of podcasts (18) and I just picked up five more from this thread, so thank you.

A couple of suggestions from me:

If you are interested in getting out of debt so you can go to Disney World more often you might like "The Dave Ramsey Show".

If you like History you may want to listen to "Norman Centuries" and "The History of England".

...and in the comedy department try "The Preston and Steve Show"
it's a morning radio show out of Philadelphia, but you don't need to live around here to enjoy the humor.
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I'm going to check out "How Did This Get Made" - Stacy - thanks!

I also listen to Wait Wait Don't Tell Me regularly
and WDW Today and WDW Radio now and then
Love Car Talk, sorry they're retiring - shows will continue - in re-runs though.
I also love Wait Wait Don't Tell me!
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