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Episode 595: The Rest Of The Story, 2014 Edition

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Episode 595: The Rest Of The Story, 2014 Edition

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Episode 595: The Rest Of The Story, 2014 Edition

Episode 595: The Rest Of The Story, 2014 Edition

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The Rest Of The Story
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Sometimes all you can say at the end of a story is "time will tell." Today on the show, time has told. We follow up on our favorite stories of 2014 to find out what happened after we turned off our recorders.

We follow up on one of the boldest plans of the year: one man's plan to reform all of campaign finance. We see if the new website endings, or top level domains, like .ninja, .wed and .xyz have gained a foothold. Also, we learn the key to passing one of the hardest classes at community college.

In case you missed them, here are the original stories featured in today's episode:

Music: Lucius's "Turn It Around," Smallpools's "Over & Over," Jungle's "Time," and RAC's "Repeating Motion [feat. Karl Kling]." Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Find us: Twitter/ Facebook/ Spotify/ Tumblr.

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