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Jonathan, Eric, and Iyaz talk about the movie "Don't Go in the Woods." Iyaz picked it and has relinquished two of his turns based on the high degree of suckitude in "Don't Go in the Woods." Also, Windows 10, pinball, and the next movie to watch.

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This week, comics Andy Sandford and Alexis Guerreros sit in as we wonder how vegans annoyingly push their agenda. Why does KC need to fight in relationships and how’s he progressing? How safe do you feel letting someone scroll through your phone pics? What would you do for mozzarella sticks? What makes Alexis and Andy love food so much? Did you see the video of the tiger mauling at an Indian Zoo? Would you rather see boobs or beheading videos on Facebook? What’s your nickname for sperm? How effective is the Climate Change March and Global Citizen Festival? Should ESPN have suspended Bill Simmons? All this and more…
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The show is back. Iyaz explains the tumultuous move back to the east coast and how living in Manhattan is a dream and a nightmare.
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Comic Books! Men in Tights! Babes! Behind the Counter is back with a brand new episode that is juiced up to the eyeballs in caffeine. Try and keep up as Rich and Jon rattle off the things that are on their mind and the hot topics of the comic book world. They talk banned book week, Gotham, New Avengers, Saga, and much more!
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Like good ol' Stonecold walkin' to the ring the Mat Men are back and wobbling their heads aggressively while screaming indecipherable things at you about the world of professional wrestling and boy do we love it! HE'S TAWKIN"! The guys talk Fergal Devitt's new name, NXT, Night of Champions, TNA, Brock Lesnar, and spend an inordinate amount of time talking about John Cena.
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Is there any hope for the AM radio band? A few major-market AM stations still enjoy success, but AM radio is suffering most everywhere else. Professional Engineer, Ted Schober, says there are solutions to help AM stations, including smaller antennas and a transition to digital transmission. Is it already too late to save AM, or are there real solutions here that will give consumers and broadcasters new options?