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Nest of Vipers

By Danny Plotnick

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Cultural chitchat for know-it-alls, ne'er-do-wells and nattering nabobs everywhere. Like the unholy coupling of FRESH AIR and THE BEST DAMN SPORTS SHOW, NEST OF VIPERS is smart, funny, and irreverent. Each episode features the rantings, ravings and erudite patter of independent musicians, filmmakers, writers and comedians holding court on cultural topics of the utmost importance. Hosted by San Francisco independent filmmaker Danny Plotnick.

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The only podcast I listen to regularly

This really is the only Podcast I look forward to hearing and the only one I listen to regularly. Admittedly, some stories drag on a little longer than necessary, but I always find at least part of it entertaining, informative and have often seen myself or someone I know in those exact same situations. It makes me feel like I'm not alone. Danny's my friend. Funny how the 1 person to give it a bad review also gave a raving review of a podcast that solely discusses a television show. Need I say more?

Indie snobs gone mild!

This show is exactly what a pessimist would imagine if you described podcasting to them. A group of carefree know-nothings talking over each other about who saw the most obscure goth-country band at the smallest club, or who read the bleakest out-of-print novel. If you find dorm-room commentary such as "People who love religion hate the art world" insightful, or if you're friends with these guys, you might like the show. Look, I'm a narrow-minded over-educated pop culture snob too, but you won't catch me broadcasting my tedious discussions about how to pronounce the name of the band Sun 0))). [Spoiler: apparently it's pronounced "Sun".]

My favorite podcast

I've never written in to review anything anywhere, but I just had to give big ups for NoV. Always makes me laugh out loud, look forward to it every single month. Plotnick et al: keep 'em coming!

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