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Child Miners, Dinosaurs, And The Rulings Of 'Judge' John Hodgman

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Child Miners, Dinosaurs, And The Rulings Of 'Judge' John Hodgman

Child Miners, Dinosaurs, And The Rulings Of 'Judge' John Hodgman

Child Miners, Dinosaurs, And The Rulings Of 'Judge' John Hodgman

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John Hodgman, left, presides over a live taping of the Judge John Hodgman podcast, as Jesse Thorn looks on. Liezl Estipona/Courtesy of Maximum Fun hide caption

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This week on the podcast edition of All Things Considered, host Arun Rath explores the mines and child labor laws of Bolivia, speaks with comedian Judge John Hodgman, and discovers the value of two dueling dinosaur fossils.