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A podcast whom a twitter reply from makes Ben very happy: http://dismaljesters.libsyn.com/
A podcast that has challenged us to a Civilization V battle: http://www.redpagespodcast.com/
A podcast that Tim was on, in a studio and everything: http://mombcomics.com/2014/01/31/mombcast-223/
An article about changing expectations of marriage, via Ben: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/feb/13/self-discovery-marriage-psychologist-suffocation-model