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Hook, Line And Thinker

You can always count on Ask Me Another to cover a wide range of useful knowledge. In this episode, learn the middle names of former Presidents while solving famous murder mysteries from the movies. Plus, our V.I.P. is author Dan Kennedy.

You can always count on Ask Me Another to cover a wide range of useful knowledge. In this episode, learn the middle names of former Presidents while solving famous murder mysteries from the movies. And this week's Very Important Puzzler, author Dan Kennedy, will teach you about his eclectic interests, including trout fishing, fighting forest fires and blurring the lines between fiction writing and real life.

All-American Words

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If I Had $1,000,000 Barenaked Ladies
In the Navy The Village People
The Guitar (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) They Might Be Giants

"I was just having an out-of-body experience, where I was like, 'You're on a game show, and Hootie and the Blowfish is the answer.' How did this happen?" — Dan Kennedy, author and host of The Moth podcast. Lam Thuy Vo/NPR hide caption

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Dan Kennedy: Fishing For A Tale

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