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Last update: 2015-03-23

Local Look: Episode 19 - Mysteries, the Doomsday, and Casper the Friendly Ghost

2015-03-23
Length: 11s

This week Local Look confronts the mystery of colors, Helvetica and the end times, and also the tragic history of Casper the Friendly Ghost. We also confront Baking Bread with enemies and of course we take another look at the Local Look mailbag. 

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E-mail us at: locallook@tomoomcomedy.com

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Local Look: Episode 18 - The Forefather of ATMs, Bilateral Women, and Animals Packing Heat

2015-03-16
Length: 11s

This episode of Local Look covers the Delaware pilot MRS program which made way for the ATM card, we talk with Real Human Woman Gelsey Krammer, and talk about America's Love Affair with animals with guns. Also, our newest segment Lifestyles and we learn about spineless Bs and why the letter C is primitive. Also, another look through the Local Look mailbag.  

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Local Look: Episode 17 - The Dark History of Tennis Shoes, Paranoia and Calligraphy, and Drain-O and the Dinosaurs

2015-03-11
Length: 11s

Local Look examines the dark history of tennis shoes (murder rooms), the link between the surveillance state and calligraphy, and also the philosophical link between Drain-O and the extinction of the dinosaurs. And of course, Local Look looks through the Local Look mailbag, this time with a question interested in recurrent lifehood loops. Has the question already been answered? Have you already heard the episode? Download again and find out! 

Also, e-mail us at locallook@tomoomcomedy.com

Twitter: @Local_Look_

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Local Look: Episode 16 - Heart Healthy Hardcore Punk, Menopause in Fossils, and Paragon of Paradigm

2015-03-09
Length: 12s

This week Local Look is luck to have with us Rachel Rachelle who tells us about Hearth Healthy Hardcore Punk. We learn about Menopause in Fossils which helps carbon dating said fossils, we also learn about how fingernails may be indicators of economic health in the Seattle area. And, of course, we have the Local Look Mailbag. 

Find us on Twitter at: @Local_Look_

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Local Look: Episode 15 Gods, Corporal Punishment, and Cow Thoughts

2015-03-04
Length: 11s

On Episode 15, we discuss corporal punishment in the axial age and insect scent communication. Also, the autobiography of the Seattle ferris wheel, Office Art Therapy with KQUA’s Kalila Rose-Gardner, and bovine-centered philosophy.

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Local Look: Episode 14 - Teeth Smell, Zen Futurism, and Selma Hayek

2015-03-01
Length: 11s

On this week's Local Look, an intellectual quintuple-header: spirituality that privileges the future, 7th grade science fair trends, cutting edge syllogisms, Selma Hayek's preference for Keynesian economics, and, of course, this week's mailbag which spotlights the explanatory power of a pioneering interdisciplinarity that invokes the methodologies of both anthropology and cardiology. 

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Local Look: Episode 13 - Buttons, Coughing Religion, and Scientifically Illiterate Atheists

2015-02-26
Length: 10s

Local Look delves into the intricacies of button making with Button Orifice owner Stephen Soiree. Also, we examine the question of deism with both the leader of the coughing church of Seattle and on the other side we hear a rebuttal from a scientifically illeterate atheist. And, once again, we take another look into the Local Look mailbag. 

E-mail us at: locallook@tomoomcomedy.com

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Local Look: Episode 12 - Prune Mind, the Dark History of Vegans and a Liberal Disorder

2015-02-24
Length: 11s

Local Look looks into the origins of dreams and how prune juice plays a role. Also, we uncover the linguistic vegan origins of butchery, and also, little-known liberal disorder. We also have special Muller prize award winner Brant Clover as well as another look through the Local Look Mailbag. 

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Local Look: Episode 11 - Your Guide for Pronunciation, Retro Gaming, and UnDeath

2015-02-19
Length: 11s

Find yourself plagued by being unable to pronounce haughty French philosopher's names? Or rued the fact that you couldn't share your love of retro video game noises with others? Perhaps you're dealing with the fact that you've recently learned you'll never die. If so, this is the episode for you. With another update in our Lifestyles segment and a preview of Fonts Personified or Personifontified. 

 

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Twitter @Local_Look_

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And you can e-mail us at locallook@tomoomcomedy.com

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Local Look: Episode 10 - The Most Important Things to Know

2015-02-15
Length: 10s

Local Look looks into advocacy. Wheter it's the struggles of real human woman Gelsey Krammer, how reptile scales are similar to cotton candy, the vocal differences between higher dragons and lower goblins, and half-man, half spaghetti and meat balls and their impact on King County Crime. 

 

You can follow us on Twitter @local_look_

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Or e-mail us at locallook@tomoomcomedy.com

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Local Look: Episode 9 - Best Practices from Kindercare to Congolese

2015-02-11
Length: 13s

Local Look looks towards future by examining factory-style Kindercare, Congalese medicine as reported by the World's Tiniest Faith Healer, and spit-up rorschach tests and their representation of mood by Delaney Grey. Also, our newest segment Lifestyles gets two more opportunities to show you various styles of life and we examine polyamory. 

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Local Look: Episode 8 - The Ethics of Authorhood

2015-02-09
Length: 10s

Local Look is very proud to welcome Halladia Palestine, recent winner of Children's Book World Wide Award, which also raises awareness of neighborhood vampirisim. Also, we have Ichida Horatio, recent winner of the Auntumn Laser Award for his new collection of Sci-Kus, "Nova Time Light." Also, Rick Stevenson joins us again to discuss sound topography in the Seattle area. We're very proud to also welcome back Band Meet Cute as a sponsor. 

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Local Look: Episode 7 - The Jingles That Make You Single

2015-02-04
Length: 11s

This week Local Look talks to Rick Stevenson, tech jingle writer, as he shows us how to distill a company's essence into five seconds of unforgettable song. Also, another Lifestyles, and dinner party etiquette, and a modern day video game adaption to the stage entitled, "Donkey Hoetay: Modern Giant Apes of the City." We also talk with the leader of Nova Dei. 

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Local Look: Episode 6 - The Economy of Entrepreneurs

2015-02-01
Length: 12s

Today Local Look examines the economy. From Buskers to the role Gerbils played in the development of the modern accounting practices. Also, we have another edition of our feature "Lifestyles," showcasing where people came from and who they are. Also, of course, more questions from the Local Look Mailbag. 

 

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Local Look: Episode 5 - Cannibal Cuisine, Lifestyles, and Metatextual Restaurants

2015-01-28
Length: 11s

Local Look, always commited to the cutting edge of culture has an interview with Eustice Blanchard and cannibal cuisine. We also introduce another segment fo our newest segment "Lifestyles" with Cleese Rell, and we dive into the emerging trend of metatextual restaurants. And like always, Local Look looks through the Local Look Mailbag and confronts Trader Joe's discontinuation of their frozen kale. 

You can find us on the web at tomoomcomedy.com/local-look/

On twitter @Local_Look_

And you can e-mail Local Look at: locallook@tomoomcomedy.com

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Local Look: Episode 4 - Special Guest Prose Aphorist Lee Smith

2015-01-25
Length: 12s

Local Look welcomes Lee Smith, subrealist vignette prose aphorist to discuss his recently released book, "Brick Window Chandlier" and to discuss his views on reality qua overpriced and perhaps unwanted home furnishing. Also, Local Look looks through the Local Look Mailbag and tackles the very real issues surrounding the availability of chia and melalucah in the Seattle area. 

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Local Look: Episode 3 - Dinner and Hot-Button Discussion

2015-01-19
Length: 10s

Local Look has some culinary suggestions for the philosphically minded. Also, A conversation with KQPD's Kalila Rose-Gardner, host of Seattle Sight. This episode  description brought to you by Keycoats: Proudly keeping keys warm for 125 years. On the web at www.cozykeys.com

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Local Look: Episode 2 - Music, College, and Cleaning

2015-01-19
Length: 10s

We're very proud to have on the show: Hannibal Montana giving us the warnings for the Seattle concert lover; Todd Downing, Dean of Seattle College of Olfactory Informatics, and another segment in our longest running series, Great Minds Talk Alike. Also, Local Look answers your listener mail. 

On the web at: tomoomcomedy.com/local-look/ 

And on Twitter at: @Local_Look_

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Local Look: Episode 1 - Back from hiatus

2015-01-19
Length: 11s

Elliott and Charles tidy up their San Francisco radio past and explore the new sponsorships Seattle has to offer. Featuring: Carl Howard, Socialist Cleaning Scientist; Non-Occidental Award Winner Brant Clover; Dr. Ray Friesz, professor emeritus with the Portland Polytechnical University discusses the moon. 

 

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