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Listen to 'Two Tickets To Parodies'

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Ophira Eisenberg doesn't need your stinkin' etiquette rules. She makes up her own. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Listen to 'Mad Men's Guide To Etiquette'

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Play 'Cinema Synonyms: Holiday Edition'

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Listen to 'Chiron Beta Prime' by Jonathan Coulton

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David Sedaris Reads From His 'Santaland Diaries'

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A Pinball Monopoly, Camel Trekking In Texas, Charles Dickens' Mistress

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In The World Of Pinball, An Underdog Takes On The Giant

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Hear Will Shortz Prove His Anagram Prowess On Ask Me Another

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