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Chapter 28: H.G. Wells (Paul F. Tompkins) welcomes Walt Whitman (James Adomian) to the podcast to discuss his work, but then this happened instead.

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Direct download: Chapter_28_-_Walt_Whitman.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 8:00 AM
Comments[4]

  • I made the mistake of listening to this at work; I've been fired for laughing so loudly. Thanks Obama.

    posted by: Nick on 2014-01-14 17:39:42

  • I've never heard anything so funny in my life.

    posted by: Marco on 2013-12-22 22:18:41

  • Just an amazing episode that only left my cheeks hurting and my lungs gasping for air!! An instant classic! Right next to the Ayn Rand!!!!!

    posted by: Gary Serje on 2013-12-22 18:31:38

  • Really funny, probably the best one yet. I can't wait to hear Hemingway

    posted by: Leo on 2013-12-19 06:08:48

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