As the Young Americans find themselves in the dog days of summer, they wonder whether the “fur-ternity leave” now offered by some companies proves that young people love dogs too much. And with summer coming to a close, they also give some advice for college students going back to school or heading there for the first time.

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  1. James Jones Member
    James Jones
    @JamesJones

    “Most science is pretty real… Physics, mechanical engineering, those are pretty real.”

    “Sometimes.”

    Big if true!

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  2. Bunwick Chiffswiddle Member
    Bunwick Chiffswiddle
    @Kephalithos

    The only genre more likely than metal to draw inspiration from Tolkien is progressive rock. And, lo and behold, it has!

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  3. Jeff Hawkins Coolidge
    Jeff Hawkins
    @JeffHawkins

    Bunwick Chiffswiddle (View Comment):

    The only genre more likely than metal to draw inspiration from Tolkien is progressive rock. And, lo and behold, it has!

    or Timothy Keller sermons :)

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  4. WinterMute Coolidge
    WinterMute
    @NartFOpc

    A whole episode without a single person being accused of satanism/communism? The young americans are losing their edge.

    Also, what happens when the podcast reaches 31 episodes? I won’t be able to trust a word of it.

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  5. JackButler Podcaster
    JackButler
    @JackButler

    WinterMute (View Comment):

    A whole episode without a single person being accused of satanism/communism? The young americans are losing their edge.

    Also, what happens when the podcast reaches 31 episodes? I won’t be able to trust a word of it.

    We’ll cross that bridge when we get to it, commie. 

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