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Matt talks about shooting high school kids and before you pick up the phone to call the authorities, he was there for his ongoing “Under the Brim” project. Ryu talks about something he can’t talk about, but now he can. Skill Twins. No, he didn’t shoot the video.
Effort v Results. Just because you try hard doesn’t mean your photo is worth something. Listen to us tell you that your blood and sweat do not guarantee an entry into the BLFS heaven.
Training Ground will now be split off from the podcast, and will run approximately two weeks after the podcast.
Well well well. It’s our first ever new format You Win and we had a disagreement on who should be crowned the best of January 2015. Just because we can, you should listen to find out who won. Because honestly, we like surprises.
Matt goes golf and Ryu goes WTF, Business Insider? (Jelena Jankovic). And we also don’t understand why World Press Photo 1st place singles award went to this average photo, 2nd place went to this great moment≠not so good photo, and let’s not talk about this catastrophe that is the 3rd place. As for the story category, this one is sublime and this one is not a story and not good.
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