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Podtoid 230: Captain Crack Cocaine


11:30 AM on 12.06.2012
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On this week's socially responsible Podtoid, Jonathan Holmes becomes the heroic face of Boston's biggest anti-drug campaign, Conrad becomes a journeyman scholar of the anus, and Morrissey's secret origins are revealed. There's also a really depressing discussion about dementia, because that's what a podcast is for. 

Elsewhere, we chat about more Wii U stuff, Microsoft's strengths and failures with Windows 8, and shed a little light on how to get a job in the industry of saying stuff about game things. All this and more, only on Podtoid!

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