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Slate Money Talks Sports

January 31, 2015

Lots of traveling in the last couple of days, and not enough sleep, has prevented me from posting as often as I’d like. Aunt Pythia sends her regrets.

But if you’re interested, please take a few minutes to listen to this week’s Slate Money podcast, which I particularly enjoyed being part of, and meeting this week’s esteemed guest Mina Kimes of ESPN the Magazine. We talked about money issues around sports, namely whether college athletes should be paid, the economics of stadiums in cities, and the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

If you’re interested, go here or look up “Slate Money podcast” on iTunes.

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  1. JSE
    January 31, 2015 at 2:50 pm

    Did you break the news to Felix that Slate already has a sports podcast?

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  2. Sb
    February 2, 2015 at 11:48 am

    Hi! I’m a huge fan of yours and the slate money podcast. The sports show was fantastic and I hope you continue to point out the questionable value that owners bring to their franchises, their cities and society in general ( head shake inducing racist statements notwithstanding of course).

    One thing I notice about the show is that the volume levels are very variable so that one second you can barely hear what Jordan is saying so you turn up the volume and the next second Felix is screaming something about Argentina which you just can’t make out because of all the blood spurting from your ears. You- as always -are perfect in every way, and yes, I do have a bit of a crush….

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    • February 2, 2015 at 11:50 am

      Thanks!! I have a crush back on you.

      Here’s the thing, and I am not the producer, but I do feel sorry for our producers, because Felix is just naturally loud and Jordan often stops pointing his mouth at the microphone, so whaddyagonnado. The producers do a pretty great job considering what they have to work with. But I will send along the word.

      Thanks again for listening!
      Cathy

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