Cheeky Monkeys

Welcome to the second episode of The Conservatarians, the thrill-a-minute, hit new podcast hosted by Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and KTAR-FM‘s Jim Sharpe. Jon and Jim dissect the week’s events, including Ann Telnaes’ attack on the Cruz kids, Donald Trump’s attack on Yiddish, and the Elf on the Shelf’s attack on personal privacy.

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Music is “Step On” by Happy Mondays, artwork by Gabriel & Telnaes, and thanks to KTAR for the kind use of their studio.

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  1. David Sussman Contributor
    David Sussman
    @DaveSussman

    Another great episode. Curious engineering question: Why the segment commercial break bumper music without commercials?

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  2. Heisenberg Member
    Heisenberg
    @Heisenberg

    Technical question: The first episode of this podcast downloaded via iTunes in the main Ricochet feed, as did the first episode of The Ramble. Yesterday’s Ramble and this one do not appear to download when refreshing iTunes podcasts. Do these need to be subscribed to separately, like GLOP?

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  3. Heisenberg Member
    Heisenberg
    @Heisenberg

    Update: I see that I can get them by subscribing to the Super Feed…which I haven’t previously done because I don’t really want ALL the podcasts. Is there another way, or should I keep the Super Feed and delete the ones I don’t want as they come in?

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  4. Chris Campion Coolidge
    Chris Campion
    @ChrisCampion

    Those dudes make excellent monkeys.

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  5. CuriousJohn Inactive
    CuriousJohn
    @CuriousJohn

    Can’t wait to listen to E2. Those dare family gatherings getting in way again of what’s really important.

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  6. Kim K. Inactive
    Kim K.
    @KimK

    I like this podcast. I hope it sticks around.

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  7. CuriousJohn Inactive
    CuriousJohn
    @CuriousJohn

    E2 , still good and looking forward to E3,  I like the way you bounce around to different topics,   Keep it disrespectful in speech

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  8. Max Ledoux Coolidge
    Max Ledoux
    @Max

    Heisenberg:Update: I see that I can get them by subscribing to the Super Feed…which I haven’t previously done because I don’t really want ALL the podcasts. Is there another way, or should I keep the Super Feed and delete the ones I don’t want as they come in?

    Apple needs to process the new individual show feeds before they will appear in iTunes. That may take a few more weeks.

    However, in the mean time, you can still subscribe through iTunes. Go to File->Subscribe to Podcast... then type in the RSS URL (there’s a button below the player, scroll up to the top of the current page), for instance: http://ricochet.com/series/the-conservatarians/feed.

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  9. Max Ledoux Coolidge
    Max Ledoux
    @Max

    Oh, and after you add the RSS feed URL, you may need to close iTunes and then restart it in order for the episodes to download. I had to, for some reason.

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