Mitch O'Connell and Dr. Monkey’s Retro Scans
In his vast photo collection are old Chicago movie theaters, delightfully dirty old Times Square, and his backyard tower of impaled baby dolls. Brought to you by Random House Audio (click here for free downloads!) and by Stamps.com (click here for a special $110 offer!)
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Also in this episode:
Dr. Monkey’s Retro Scans [NSFW]
The Martian by Andy Weir
Gonzo, a Hunter S. Thompson documentary
Gonzo, an Oral Biography
Gonzo: A Graphic Biography of Hunter S. Thompson Blinkist, essential insights from non-fiction book bestsellers
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