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schedulebot
Approximately 10 minutes until The Morning Dump with Jordan Cooper
Approximately 10 minutes until The Ihnatko Almanac
currentlybot
(Action) Currently streaming on http://5by5.fm: Home Work 171: Aaron Checks the Mail (with Aaron Mahnke & Dave Caolo)
danbenjamin
!s blowing up my kilts
!s trucker tan
!s turbo nerds
!s my panic room
!s my little house rule
!s Unless You Are Jerry Lewi
!s Unless You Are Jerry Lewis
!s Wish Upon a Monkey's Paw
HotDude
Andys voice is so suductive.
danbenjamin
!s that last stupid thing
currentlybot
(Action) Currently streaming on http://5by5.fm: Supercharged 64: TMT (Too Much Technology) (with Adam Dachis)
(Action) Currently streaming on http://5by5.fm: The Changelog 165: Betting the Company on Elixir and Ember with Brian Cardarella (with Adam Stacoviak & Jerod Santo)
schedulebot
Approximately 10 minutes until DLC
currentlybot
(Action) Currently streaming on http://5by5.fm: The Ihnatko Almanac 148: Six Thousand Places To Sit (with Andy Ihnatko & Dan Benjamin)
StaatsOne
Hey Jeff hey Christian
SimonWest
has the show started? I have another program........
StaatsOne
doesn't seem like it yet
SimonWest
Anyone else getting conan and comiccon?
A7
SimonWest Yes.
SimonWest
ok - thanks
SPICER
hi chat!
JeffCannata
HELLO CHATROOM!!
StaatsOne
hey
JoshuaSalazar
Hi
SimonWest
hey you guys now
vacuousmermaid
Sup
SPICER
can you hear us?
stedman
no
Paine
Hi Jeff and Spicer
stedman
not yet
jackal|23488
no
Paine
I can hear you
SPICER
try refreshing?
SimonWest
we can hear you
StaatsOne
yes need to refresh
yep
we can hear you
stedman
ok, refresh worked
StaatsOne
thoughts on the british open?
A7
StaatsOne Zzz...Zzz...
Without Speith who cares?
jackal|27629
blame microsoft for that
StaatsOne
almost made that birdie
they should have renamed the new golf game Rory vs. Jordan
stedman
surprised to see the red sox/angels game rained out
A7
StaatsOne Shame he didn't. The hype going into the final major would've been good for golf.
stedman
never heard of a game in la getting rained out
kenjisalk
where is the DLC musical episode?
StaatsOne
yeah they should ahve just given him the stroke
they shoulda built a roof
A7
Of course Rory blew out the minute they put him on the cover.
StaatsOne
Rory vs. DJ vs. Speith
humid as hell in LA
stedman
same in boston
A7
Johnson is probably the best of the 3, he just can't finish.
stedman
92+
StaatsOne
he needs that cocaine
jackal|17139
at least the wild fires are out
A7
StaatsOne LOL
StaatsOne
he ran out after the tourney went to monday
if only that rain had put out that i-5 fire
TheGrue
Sorry I've been away for so long
ShredAlex
A ton of US infrastructure is awful
TheGrue
I managed to make a live show, though!
And JeffCannata will be happy to know I am now a HotS addict
Paine
Jeff G is a bit boom-y
Jeffool_
We Have Concerns About Infrastructure? It's not the podcast America wants, but it's certainly the podcast we need.
Paine
He sounds LIKE THIS
SimonWest
Hey jeff
StaatsOne
hey Jeff
Jeff G please talk about splatoon
can dogs fly?
TheGrue
He didn't mention he lives on the 60th floor and he threw his dog out
Jeffool
Then I'm a happy camper!
StaatsOne
echo
A7
Long overdue http://t.co/LeUM4cOo9s
StaatsOne
the dog fur was dampening the sound
A7
Shame you can't play mix gendered matches.
Paine
Is Jeff Green in the chat?
A7
DLC getting bigger and badder every week with sponsors.
StaatsOne
that's what happened to Speith
jackal|75430
At its core, Skyfaring: A Journey With a Pilot is a book about engineering as art. It is a poem about the human desire to connect and be somewhere, anywhere, nowhere. For its author, commercial pilot Mark Vanhoenacker, it is about a lifelong romance with flying, soaring above the terra firma, looking down on a planet that is a spiderweb of beacons,
invisible routes, trails and boundaries that hardly mirror the states below.
Skyfaring is a great summer read: If, like me, you are traveling, it makes you understand planes, airports and our desires to experience the known and unknown. It is a memoir, but it is also a handy guide to the artistry and nuance of those contrails seen in the early hours of the morning.
It is a pilots view of the flying experience, which is different from passengers perspectives, those of us sealed in the metal tube predictably complaining on Twitter about long delays, short-tempered staff and lost bags. Rarely do we think about the marvel that is the plane, or the functional chaos that is the airport. And rarer still do we thin
k of the pilot, who only creeps into our consciousness via dulcet tones announcing our departure, the weather or our imminent arrival. We have lost our sense of wonder about this miracle of flying. How is breakfast in Paris and dinner on a beach in the Caribbean all in the same day not magical?
Skyfaring is Mark Vanhoenackers effort to inject wonder back into our flying experience. For some unexpected reason, Mark sent me a copyhe somehow knew I was a traveler. It was signed with a very personal note. I was pleasantly surprised, and I vowed to read the book next time I was on a plane. I bought a Kindle version, mostly to support a fello
w writer, and queued my favorite songs for reading on my aging iPod shuffle. I was set. I read it on my way to Paris and then on my way to the Virgin Islands and then on my way home. I finished it in about 13,000 miles, aboard two different Airbus models, two different Boeings, a Cessna turboprop and a Piper prop plane. Alas, none of the reading oc
curred in a 747, the plane Mark flies.
Some paragraphs are so achingly beautiful and articulate that I found myself moved to a state between elation and tears I read it over my country. I read it over the Atlantic Ocean, twice. And the Caribbean Sea. I saved the ending for last night, timed to my journeys end. So what do I think? It just might be the best book I have read so far this y
StaatsOne
controller broke
A7
No, no, no...
StaatsOne
step back from the mic
BrownBomber
so my sound was off...I was wondering why nothing was happening
LordOfDaZombiez
Is the stream broadcasting? I can't see anything.
jackal|25905
It will soon be five years on Instagram for me, and no service has given me as much joy as Kevin and Mikes creation. It has brought many creative and interesting people into my life. It has taught me the language of visual communications. It has been a great teacher  I know of places I didnt know before. I know of foods and cultures I wouldnt k
now otherwise. Instagram has brought the joy of learning into my life  I didnt know I liked photography till I joined Instagram. It is still the app-service I use everyday, several times a day. It still has the prime first-screen real estate on my iPhone.
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