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A live show from the Monona Terrace in Madison, WI! Slate's Justin Peters just watched all 49 Super Bowls in as many days, he's going to tell us all about it, then philosophical traveler/author Eric Weiner gets the call to talk about his new book The Geography of Genius! All wrapped up with your weekly dose of All the News That Isn't, Thanks For the Memos and two hilarious rounds of the Whad'Ya Know? Quiz!

All the News That Isn't - February 6, 2016

Another week in review askew from the mind of Michael Feldaman!

This week's hits and victims include:

Iowa Caucuses, Ted Cruz, North Korea, Bill Cosby, Martin Shlrelli, CDC, Playboy, Peytin Manning Scott Walker and more!

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Eric Weiner

Eric Weiner is a philosophical traveler and recovering malcontent.  His books include the New York Times bestseller The Geography of Bliss and Man Seeks God.  A former foreign correspondent for NPR, his work has appeared in Slate, Quartz, Foreign Policy, the BBC, AFARThe Best American Travel Writing, and elsewhere.  For some reason, he lives in the Washington, D.C. area.

Michael calls Eric to find out more about his latest book, The Geography of Genius!

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Justin Peters

Author and Slate contributor Justin Peters was assigned to watch all 49 superbowls, so he did in 49 days. Michael connects with Justin to get the scoop on what it was like, what his takeaways are, and more.

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