Scientific Podcast Goes Boink, Episode 8: We Replaced Your Brain With A Windmill

Hey, Ian Miller is here! Let's talk about movies and music and rock musicians who are secretly into Jesus.

This week, Pete and Bill are joined by the lovely and talented Ian Miller of Productive Outs, Kowloon Walled City and Baseball Prospectus. The group discusses bikes, Ian blowing Bill's mind, famous dads, the best movies of 2012, being in a band, more cycling and where the Crank franchise goes from here.

You can click the below Flash player to listen immediately. Extended show notes and links are below.

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For your full enjoyment, links to things discussed in the podcast:

- Overnight (This is a link to the full film. You should watch this.)
- Kowloon Walled City, Turk Street
- The Mountain Goats, "Cry for Judas"
- Craig Finn, "New Friend Jesus"
- Blue Oyster Cult, "Teen Archer"
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