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Episode 91 – Imagine a Toilet – 11/10/2011

On this week’s episode, Will shares haunting tales from his youth, Norm learns the truth about apple butter, and Brad asks a pertinent question. All that, plus the death of mobile Flash, the latest on the Nook Tablet, what’s up with Tegra 3, and another edition of fake outtakes.

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17 thoughts on “Episode 91 – Imagine a Toilet – 11/10/2011

  1. Yay, Brad on TiOaT! The couple of episodes that he’s been on in the past have been fantastic; looking forward to this!

    Also, $250 on contract? Insanity.

  2. Brad’s presence is exponentially appreciated and as soon as I saw he was on the show, I knew that fake out takes was going to be incredible and it was.

  3. Will,

    I second your choice of “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence” as the best Stewart movie, but Lee Marvin was the villain. John Wayne is the rival of Jimmy Stewart and the anti-hero of the film.

  4. Brad is a great guest, but poor Norm is a failure when it comes to channel surfing. I always find something decent when I surf, and sometimes something awesome like a Radiohead concert. But I only pay Verzion $130 a month for phone, TV and 25/25 FIOS, so that’s too cheap to even consider dumping the TV part of it.

  5. Podcast producers: beware of Stitcher. You won’t see traffic from Stitcher users and they run ads you have no control over.

  6. I’m in L.A. and have two Japanese toilets in my house. Everybody talks about bidet functionality, but the best features are really the heated seat and automatic seat closing and opening. These toilets can save a relationship because nobody has to argue about keeping the seat up or down anymore, it’s automatic. There’s a bunch of other nice features too, like constant air purification.

  7. Also if you can get them, Ambrosia apples are also really good for hand eating. They pretty much have no acidity and are sweet as hell.

  8. Also if you can get them, Ambrosia apples are also really good for hand eating. They pretty much have no acidity and are sweet as hell.

    Mmmmmm… hand eating…

    I’m more of a Fuji apple kind of guy, when I can get them.

  9. I’ve had Toto Washlet toilets in my house for years. They don’t have to be that expensive, considering that you will use them for years. Along the lines of $700-$900. We install them from time to time for our customers, but usually people specifically request them. Ordering from a wholesale site, having it shipped to your home and getting them professionally installed is the way to go.

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