#864: The Central (Bankers') Question
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#864: The Central (Bankers') Question

We crash a party of central bankers to get an answer to one of the biggest economic questions of our time.

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For Our 10th Anniversary, Episode #1
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For Our 10th Anniversary, Episode #1

In honor of our 10th anniversary, we revisit our very first episode.

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#863: The 13th Hole
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#863: The 13th Hole

What a hole-in-one gone awry says about the state of charity.

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#729: When Subaru Came Out
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#729: When Subaru Came Out

Subaru's sales had been slumping for years. Then they went straight to their biggest fans: Lesbians.

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#862: Big Government Cheese
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#862: Big Government Cheese

That time we accidentally created a cheese surplus so large it had to be stored in a ginormous cave.

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#783: New Jersey Bails Out
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#783: New Jersey Bails Out

California just did away with cash bail. But credit where credit is due. New Jersey already tried something similar.

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#861: Food Scare Squad

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#861: Food Scare Squad

When food makes people sick all around the country, an army of germ detectives jumps into action.

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#444: New Jersey Wine
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#444: New Jersey Wine

Today on the show: Could New Jersey become the next Napa?

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#860: The World's Longest Yard Sale
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#860: The World's Longest Yard Sale

Six states. Three days. One ugly cookie jar. Today on the show: Yard sale!

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#613: Trash!

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#613: Trash!

The line between trash and recycling is moving a lot these days. It's a tough time to be a recycler.

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#859: You Asked For Even More
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#859: You Asked For Even More

You have a lot of questions... about tariffs, unemployment rates, and RV dealerships, to name a few. We have answers.

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#704: Open Office
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#704: Open Office

This episode is for everyone who ever had to ask their coworkers to quiet down. Today on the show: We meet the man who stole your office door.

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#858:  Venezuela's Fugitive Money Traders
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#858: Venezuela's Fugitive Money Traders

The Venezuelan government doesn't want you to know the real value of its currency. But Ruben and Mila figured it out. Now they're on the lam.

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#857: The Postal Illuminati
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#857: The Postal Illuminati

Is there a secretive postal organization fixing international shipping rates, and giving American businesses a bad deal?

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#856: Yes In My Backyard
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#856: Yes In My Backyard

There's a simple way to solve the housing crisis in U.S. cities. Only problem is, almost everybody hates it.

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#855: The Poop Cartel
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#855: The Poop Cartel

What happens when a group of economists applies the number one rule of economics... to number two?

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#854: The New Socialists
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#854: The New Socialists

Socialism was political poison in the U.S. for decades. Now it's gaining ground. Who are these new socialists? And what do they want?

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#472: The One-Page Plan To Fix Global Warming Revisited
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#472: The One-Page Plan To Fix Global Warming Revisited

Tax carbon emissions. That's basically the whole plan. What's the hold up?

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#853: Peak Sand
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#853: Peak Sand

Sand. It's in buildings, windows, your cell phone. But there isn't enough in the world for everyone. And that's created a dangerous black market.

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#427: LeBron James Is Still Underpaid
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#427: LeBron James Is Still Underpaid

The best player in basketball is getting hosed. The NBA team owners, the players, the fans and even LeBron James himself want to keep it that way.

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#852: Two Summer Indicators

Two stories from our Indicator team. There's a province in China that makes many of the world's flags. It's a unique window on global trade right now. And we find out why so few teenagers are working summer jobs these days.

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#700: Peanuts And Cracker Jack

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#700: Peanuts And Cracker Jack

It takes strategy and skill to sell snacks at a baseball game. Meet the hot dog vending legend of Fenway Park.

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#851: The Rest Of The Story Summer 2018
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#851: The Rest Of The Story Summer 2018

A pesticide wreaks havoc. A listener needs a bitcoin detective. And the search for the rarest economic good continues.

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#850: The Fake Review Hunter
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#850: The Fake Review Hunter

Fake product reviews are wrecking the internet. But help is on the way: From a bodybuilding fake review hunter.

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