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Aug 24, 2012

Tomography scans of Eduardo Leite's skull after it was pierced by an iron bar.
Photograph: Ricardo Moraes/Reuters

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The Show Notes

Maillard Reaction
Intro
Million Dollar Challenge at TAM
Rupert McClanahan's Indestructible Bastard
     - Eduardo Leite
Zappa on iTunes
Religious Moron(s) of the Week
     - DeWitt R. Thomas from Peter Sosna
     - Csanad Szegedi from Patrick Lawrence
     - Penis-sucking Rabbis from BJ Kramer
Happy 200th to Skeptic Zone
Interesting Fauna
     
- A brand new spider: Trogloraptor
Gigs, gigs and more gigs
Show close

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Mentioned in the Show

STAR PARTY!

Indestructible Bastard

Trogloraptor

Geo to play drums with
Vince Petinelli Orchestra, Friday the 24th

Connecticut Gig
Saturday, August 25, 2012, 9:00 pm
The Putnam House Restaurant & Tap Room
12 Depot Pl, Bethel, Connecticut 06801-2521

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JHGRedekop
almost seven years ago

"sythe" - like "syense"

Eskil
almost seven years ago

Re: Frank Zappa
There's also a huge amount of Frank's stuff available on Spotify (the music streaming application) now, so anyone with Spotify access can sample a massive amount of Zappa for free.

And of course, although Spotify is legal, the business model hasn't reached its full potential yet, so the artists see virtually no royalties from the service. So I highly recommend continuing to buy the albums you like to support your favourite artists :)