Thanks for bringing up Subject: Cinema. I'm downloading the MST3K episode now.
Anyway, let me second Joe vs The World. I also listen to "The Third Age", which is a Wheel of Time podcast. I listen to the Penny Arcade podcasts whenever they have them (although they haven't had any for a while). When I'm at work, I'll play one of the ESPN Radio podcasts.
In the real world, WWE believes that no matter what our race, religious creed or ethnic background in America, we all share the common bond of being Americans. American-Arabs are a part of the fabric of America, and they should be embraced by all of us.
I've got a few podcasts that I started listening to a few weeks ago and they've enter my daily/weekly routine.
The first is Penn Radio with Penn Jillette (of Penn & Teller) and Michael Goudeau (a friend/colleague of Penn's). It's sometimes informative, sometimes really funny, and always fun and interesting. On Tuesdays they exclusively discuss monkeys and have callers with personal stories involving monkeys. It's called Monkey Tuesday, and there's even a theme song. Anyway, Penn has a good libertarian perspective on most things, and he's very funny, so this is a winner for me.
If you're into Lost and have 2 hours a week to waste listening to a podcast about it, check out LostCasts. These guys go really in depth and look at everything possible from each episode. They go over the episode piece by piece, then will talk about theories from themselves and from around the web. Spoilers are last, but I normally skip them (they give ample warning).
I listen to NPR in the car, and heard an ad for alt.NPR, which is targeted towards a younger crowd. There are several podcasts associated with this. Check out this week's "The Theory of Everything" for a pretty hilarious fake interview with a Darth Vader impersonator.
The Onion Radio News is about a minute long everyday but it is rare that I don't laugh out loud at it.
(edited by samoflange on 18.10.06 1538) Ken Kennedy debuted a new finisher: Jeff Hardy fans will insist on calling it the Swanton Bomb, but it looks WAY more devastating when not performed by a 180-pound fruitcake. -Rick Scaia 06.12.2006
We have "pigs in a blanket" most years for the Rose Parade, a seeming tradition in our family (my fault for having a girl, I believe). The parade is on as I type and the Pigs in a blanket are in the oven making me salivate.