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This week Jesse and Kevin talk about magicians, movies, podcasts, animation, movies about other movies, movie posters, video art, centering your shots, real fake shots, going to space, new social networks, toots, open source software.
(Recorded on April 17, 2017.)
Apollo Robbins is a famous pick-pocket, but Kevin doesn't think he's very good.
Poe's Law explains why some people can't tell The Onion is satire.
Kevin explains the plot of Death Proof.
People sure did get excited about the S-Town podcast.
The Thief and the Cobbler has had a famously long production history.
Mark Lewis's Galveston exhibit at the Austin Contemporary made Jesse very frustrated.
Kendrick Lamar's video for Humble is filled with amazing techniques.
Chris Pratt basically plays a red-piller in Passengers.
Check out Sarah Jeong's Motherboard article about it.
App.net was a failed Twitter replacement.
According to a study, people rate women's coding higher when they don't know that they're women.