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An exciting baseball hodgepodge opens the conversation into how much momentum can swing teams around in the division. Eric has a Bell to ring for the Pirates, and MB laments the unexpected decline of an important Braves hurler. MB attempts to explain what's up with the Sabermetric  stat weighted On Base Percentage (or wOBA) via song.

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A special bonus! I recently had the chance to review Dangerous Driving, a recently released PC racing game. Give a quick listen to hear what I think!

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Dr. Hornet announces the Hornet’s Nest’s first giveaway: two tickets to see his cover band, the Doctors, opening for Pink Floyd tribute band The Machine at legendary New Haven venue Toad’s Place. While he’s excited to finally share his bass-playing prowess with his listeners, he can’t help but wonder… what if the tickets end up in the wrong hands? Featuring Thin Lizzy, Montrose, and an in-depth discussion of Wes Montgomery’s guitar technique. 

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We sat down with Word Brothel to learn what brought them to Chicago, their process, what brought them together as a team, and why they think Improv Sux.

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Shelby is back to chat Overwatch and the OWL, Subnautica, and Bill tries League of Legends for the first time!

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After toasting CC Sabathia's 3,000th strike out, Eric questions another major pitching stat. Too pooped to continue recording, MB + Eric eventually pass the reins to their hometown counterparts Lauren + Tony.

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Dr. Hornet unveils his most nefarious creation yet: his controversial list of the Top 20 Greatest KISS Tracks, full of left-field picks and bold omissions (that’s right, no “Detroit Rock City” or “Love Gun”). Featuring the Gene Simmons Vault, an in-depth discussion of KISS’s 1981 boondoggle Music from the Elder, and the appearance of a former arch-nemesis.

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We sat down with the improv group The Dark Web to learn what brought them to Chicago, their process, what brought them together as a team, and why they think Improv Sux.

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Our multimonth dive into working continues with this first part of our look at management which, let's be real, most of us feel pretty strongly negative about.