Thomas’ Top 10 Favorite Podcasts (Ep. 228)

You sly dog — you got me monologuing!

Well, not me. Thomas is the one monologuing today, as I was suddenly unavailable for reasons that will likely become clear next week.

To make sure you’re not too disappointed, Tom’s going over 10 of his favorite podcasts today that aren’t us, so now you’ll have plenty to listen to at the gym or during your Sunday morning mooseback riding.

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  • 0:02:48 – Listen Money Matters
  • 0:06:17 – Cortex
  • 0:09:30 – Hello Internet
  • 0:11:03 – The Tim Ferriss Show
  • 0:15:00 – Hardcore History
  • 0:19:19 – 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy
  • 0:21:59 – The GaryVee Audio Experience
  • 0:24:33 – 99% Invisible
  • 0:28:08 – Money Lab
  • 0:29:27 – The Podcast History of our World
  • 0:31:37 – The History of Rome
  • 0:32:47 – Conclusion

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