Hobo Radio 263 – Don’t make ‘em special

Over the past 263 shows, Joel Murphy and Lars have learned a trick to make the podcasts entertaining: don’t make ‘em special.

This week, it’s another run of the mill Hobo Radio chat covering a wide range of topics. The boys discuss Christopher Robin’s various psychoses on display in Winnie the Pooh, the unreliability of historical records and the misuse of the phrase “based on a true story.” If that wasn’t enough, they also play another round of the Netflix game and come up with a genius solution for how to make Comic-Con accessible to everyone.

Should Christopher Robin be in a mental facility? Is Bubblegum Samurai a real movie? What is Lars’ new catchphrase? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Underground Messiahs” by Verseminority

008-Uri Geller?


During the late sixties a young Israeli man started becoming popular for his displays of psychic prowess. From mentalism to psychokinesis Uri Geller has been revered and challenged for his mind-bending performances.

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008-Uri Geller?


During the late sixties a young Israeli man started becoming popular for his displays of psychic prowess. From mentalism to psychokinesis Uri Geller has been revered and challenged for his mind-bending performances.

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