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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 44 - Cory Hutcheson's Thanksgiving Lore

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 11/25/2021

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Netflix is the streaming, the service that helped create "binge watching." But now it's losing subscribers and may have to insert ads in programs. Is this the end? Media expert Robert Thompson has some ideas.

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The most musical thing about the Musical Innertube is our theme song, played by the virtual band Car Radio Dog. Musicians Richard Lindsey and Kevin Timpane join John to talk about their virtual band.

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Last year, a broken foot kept Julie McKelvey off Denali.  This year, she topped that mountain, and climbed the highest point at the bottom of the world to boot!

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The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope are amazing, and Mat Kaplan of the Planetary Society says they're changing the way we think about the universe.

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After a two-year, pandemic-imposed hiatus, the San Diego Comic-Con returns to hosting in-person attendees this year. Gary Sassaman tells tales of working for the Con, designing program books as well as organizing the programs listed in those books.

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It's genius! Track down the owners of car vanity license plates and find out what they mean -- and get an interesting back story to boot!  Isaac Klein tells Don and John how he came up with his terrific podcast.

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At this point in our history, you may be asking yourself, "Where, exactly, is this country headed?"  Columnist Dick Polman has some interesting answers, starting with the fact that Ireland may have a leg up on us.

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Garry Gilliam had a difference-making touchdown catch in a playoff game for the Seattle Seahawks.  He wants to be a difference maker in his hometown as well.   Garry heads up The Bridge, an organization designed to transform old and abandoned buildings into centers that bring housing, education and nutrition into their communities.  

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She's performing in "Oklahoma" across the country. She's performing on Twitter and Instagram and TikTok on all your devices.  Here and now, Hannah Solow is appearing on the Musical Innertube!  

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She gives voice to some of your favorite animated characters, all while navigating the twists and turns of an unusual corner of show business. Spend a few fascinating minutes with Cristina Pucelli!

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Why do we eat turkey on Thanksgiving? How did Black Friday get started? Did America really celebrate Thanksgiving in April? And are we REALLY that thankful for Don and John? Folklore expert Cory Hutcheson has all the answers!