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Featuring new sketch, the USS Really Big Ship, written by Liam, featuring him, Si and Ben.
Here's a few things we discussed today, should you choose to further research these topical issues.
It might be a bit messed-up to suggest we watch some Disney, given the context in which we discussed them today, but screw it! ... Or, don't!... Anyway... We pretty much covered all the bases with this film, but who do you like? Meg? Hercules? Hades? ... PHIL!?
We briefly dabbled in numbers today, but if you feel like you need more numbers in your life then why not check out this simple guide to Numerology? There are 24 numbers in this sentence, maybe you will be sent to prison for that many years for a crime you did not commit? Maybe not. That's how Numerology works, as far as I know.
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The Conversation Hat is hosted by Ben Pierson and Liam Taylor, and edited by Laura Elmer.
Artwork by Rebecca Timmons. You can find her blog over here: danshou.tumblr.com
Music by Liam Taylor.