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The Judge episode of War Machine Vs War Horse


It's guilty until proven innocent on our latest episode, as we plead our cases in a couple of courtrooms. We offer a flimsy defense for two films where family defend their own in a court of law with My Cousin Vinny and Conviction, but in true War Machine vs. War Horse fashion, one will fry. First though a little pre-trial hearing with the new release The Judge. GUEST: Peter from Hydrate Level Four and The Flash Pod joins us to talk Academy Award conspiracy theories and where to record for the best podcasting acoustics.




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