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For the first time, Sterling brings indoob in front of a live audience with special guests from WIHS 104.9 FM announcers Neil Knudsen and Gerry Williams. They chat about their start in radio, life in California, #askIndoob, and an adventure to the North and South Pole.

Watch the stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp172xAeh9w

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Sterling and Kortney record an episode re-do and basically talk about nothing. They do recall school projects and math problems, and later Kortney learns Sterling's tip on tipping. Everyone gets homework at the end of this episode!

(To hear the earlier part of this conversation, became a Patreon subscriber to hear the upcoming Bonus Spookum Special)

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Sterling shares a few highlights of the 70th Emmy Awards along with a handful of recommendations including Marvel's Wolverine podcast and The Dragon Prince. Kortney and Sterling celebrate newly minted EGOT winner John Legend. Later, Sterling breaks the news of the live-action remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Is Kortney on board? What does taradiddle mean? And what is channel drift and how does it affect you? Find out all these and much more!

episode 82 - the fune

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Sterling and Kortney discuss the late great Queen Aretha's funeral, or at least what they both heard/saw, and thoughts about funerals in general. Sterling has a double BHF and double Sheboygan news, and a Word Watch that leads to some rather crappy results. Lastly, Sterling presents his predictions for new shows to be canceled for the 2018-19 TV season. 

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Sterling is pretty excited about his new steering wheel cover and has a minor epiphany about it. Kortney declares what hill she'll die on, and she's certain she's not alone on that particular hill. Sterling defends Blue Brothers 2000 whilst celebrating the late great queen of soul Aretha Franklin's cameo appearance. Later, Kortney and Sterling answer the question: what is an eggcorn? And is there a black that's blacker than black? All this and more in this episode.

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Sterling has been busy during his social media hiatus designing t-shirts but mostly playing the cult classic Katamari Damacy. Kortney has been beating the summer heat by embracing it with hot yoga. Meanwhile is Sheboygan, bratwurst is celebrated over the weekend and BHF Best Name goes to artist and innovator Dox Thrash. Later, Sterling shares an article from the app Curiosity regarding the ways a black hole can kill you. Sterling also shares a tease of the time he made eye contact with Sir Patrick Stewart, full story (with video!) can be found on Patreon.com/indoob

To check out the new designs for GMFM 8/10/18: bit.ly/GMFMShop 

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Berto aka @DryBertini joins Sterling and Kortney to talk about best movie musicals and what qualifies as a movie musical. Meanwhile, Sterling recounts the minor tragedies befallen upon him the past week from spider webs to near bear attacks. Model trains are the rave in Sheboygan and CAbin in the Sky is featured in the Black History Fact this episode. 

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Vilissa Thompson returns for the Christmas in July special for the first episode in the Fan Appreciation Month. Want to know why Christmas is abbreviated to Xmas and who's fault it was? How did some slaves celebrate Christmas? And what are the listeners favorite and most hated Christmas songs? Find all of that and more in this very jolly episode.

Xmas Origin

Johnkankus origin

Slave experience during Christmas

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Special guest activist and author Blair Imani stops by the pod to chat about her recent trip to Waka--Kenya and talk about her upcoming book "Modern Herstory: Stories of Women and Nonbinary People Rewriting History" coming out October 16, 2018. Sterling has an update on the toilet tyrant from episode 75. Kortney visits San Diego but once again, has an interesting flight home. This episode BHF is about Dr Olivia Hooker, the oldest survivor of the Tulsa Riots, among other notable mentions. Is Godzilla a dinosaur? The trio discuss, but voice your thoughts and tweet us your answers!

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Sterling shares what he'd been up to during his work and Twitter hiatus and asks an important question in a terrible impression of Keith David. Kortney struggles to pronounce the name of a lake in Connecticut and Massachusettes. Strange goings-ons are reported in Sheboygan. And how many Transformer movies are there anyway? IHOb? Really? And really, this is just another typical episode but questions and answers are found within!

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