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Where the File Things Are

Our podcast is currently offline. And, sadly, I don’t have the ability to download and move media very easily–my MBP died, then I replaced the RAM and it died again. I had to replace my computer with a Chromebook, which is lovely for everything except producing and managing media. Sadly, this has severely limited my ability to manage anything about this website or the podcast.

Luckily, we have some files available at the following Dropbox link. Go there to DL any episode we still have backlogged. Sorry this is not complete.

Download back episodes here.

I would love to be able to get everything up and produce new episodes again, but I do not have the money to buy a new Macbook and, frankly, I won’t anytime soon. Thanks so much for your interest in the show! And please feel free to email us if you enjoy our back eps. The show is fun to do but producing new episodes is currently impossible. Sorry.


Following the Money into the Middle Distance

Dear Inside Jobbers,

What a long strange trip it’s been. You may have noticed that there wasn’t an episode last week, or this week. Sad to say, that is the new norm.

Gene, Lee, and I have tried very hard to go deep in the archives and entertain you with some incredible investigations into the greatest conspiracies in history, as well as a few dick jokes here or there. We had some laughs, we learned a thing or two, and, most humbling, we met some other folks out there interested in that weird intersection between second shooters and jokes about not having any friends (that Venn diagram is probably just a circle, eh?).

Unfortunately, the realities of producing this show have caught up to the realities of producing this show: the time commitments to making a free hourish-show are surprising, and, more importantly, we’ve already covered some of the biggest conspiracies around. We’ve decided to cease producing our biweekly show, and instead invest more time and effort in producing specials. Think Dan Carlin, but with a shocking number of references to dongs and BMs (so, think Dan Carlin).

We’re still around. We’ll still be checking the twitter (@insidejobscast) and email ( The show will just be irregular (like Lee’s bowel movements) and longer than normal (unlike Gene’s penis). Thanks for sticking with us as we navigate the trenches of D-level podcast superstardom and responsibility-laden adulthood. We wanna make a good show, and it seems this is the best way we can do it.

For those looking to fill the void of Inside Jobs, please subscribe to Lee’s upcoming new podcast Talk on the Internet at Not only will the new show feature Lee’s conspiracy theory expertise, but also Onionesque news satire and a regular call-in segment with celebrity “cohosts.” Brian and Gene will be around, too, and if they do anything they wanna tell you about, we’ll try to make sure you hear about it.

We’ll see you soon. Until then, follow the money.

Brian, Gene, and Lee

Ep59: Roswell

Roswell debris

What is this aluminum foil-looking material??

What exactly landed in Roswell, New Mexico in the summer of 1947? Join Brian, Gene, and Lee as they investigate the Roswell UFO Incident on this episode of Inside Jobs.

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Ep58: The Wonderful World of Disney

Walt Disney and Wernher von Braun

Which of these men benefitted from slave labor? The answer may (not) surprise you!

Lee digs deep into the life of Walt Disney, investigating his dark associations and myths and legends about the original imagineer.

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Ep57: The Gulf of Tonkin Incident

Gulf of Tonkin

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara explains the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which even he didn’t really understand.

On August 4, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson claimed North Vietnamese crafts attacked U.S. ships in the Gulf of Tonkin. But what really happened that night?

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Ep56: The Real James Bond

James Bond

Was James Bond based on real spies during World War II?

James Bond: real or super real? Join conspiracy expert Lee Goldin as he investigates the real James Bond on this episode of Inside Jobs.

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Ep55: The Wall Street Bombing of 1920


Dd a former tennis player kill 38 people on Wall Street in a politically motivated 1920 terrorist bombing?

On September 16, 1920, the world’s first car bomb detonated on Wall Street, killing 38 people and wounding hundreds of others, in the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil up to that time. The police focused on warnings sent out several days before the bombings by a former professional tennis player. Join Brian as he investigates the Wall Street Bombings of 1920 on this episode of Inside Jobs.

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