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Mark L. Feinsod
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If you have yet to watch "Every Country in the World vs. the U.S.!", the video I recently made for PITtv, please have a look. It's funny!

And don't feel like you need to be shy about reposting this and spreading the word.
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Please watch this video! It's my first movie for the PITtv team Lefthook, which I'm on. The piece is called Every Country in the World vs. the U.S.!, and I wrote/directed/drew the pictures for it. My teammates Thomas Michael and Emerald Catron also contributed. Enjoy!
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Help put an end to the tyranny of the ASPCA!
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Listen in as we welcome two guests on this episode of How to Do Nothing without Really Trying!

Meghan O’Keefe and Gaby Dunn, Part 01

Introductions!

Join award-winning writer and filmmaker Mark L. Feinsod and his friend Goldy on their weekly podcast as they talk about various issues concerning New York and discuss the ways in which the city is so great, weird, wonderful, exciting and funny. Available for streaming or via iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=353088294).

You can contact How to Do Nothing without Really Trying at podcast@feinsodville.com.

Please feel free to subscribe in iTunes. If you do, please write a review and rate us as it helps other people to find us.

You can also now stream the show on Stitcher. If you use that site, please add us to your favorites. Thanks, and happy listening.
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Another still from Every Country in the World vs. the U.S.!, which you should watch if you haven't seen it yet. Check it out here (Every Country in the World vs. the U.S.!).
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A still from Every Country in the World vs. the U.S.!, which you can see here: http://youtu.be/RAgq76KrmK0
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Beat the heat by listening to the latest episode of How to Do Nothing without Really Trying!

Phil and Dan from Two Yanks and an Aussie, Part 04

Evictions!

Join award-winning writer and filmmaker Mark L. Feinsod and his friend Goldy on their weekly podcast as they talk about various issues concerning New York and discuss the ways in which the city is so great, weird, wonderful, exciting and funny. Available for streaming or via iTunes.

You can contact How to Do Nothing without Really Trying at podcast@feinsodville.com.

Please feel free to subscribe in iTunes. If you do, please write a review and rate us as it helps other people to find us.

You can also now stream the show on Stitcher. If you use that site, please add us to your favorites. Thanks, and happy listening.

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=353088294

Podbean: http://howtodonothingwithoutreallytrying.podbean.com
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How to Deal with the Heat Wave Here in New York

According to a paper released by some scientists a few days ago, here is the best way to handle the 100+ degree punishing heat killing us New Yorkers:

1. Do not drink any water. Yes, this seems to fly in the face of every bit of advice you’ve ever heard before, but water actually increases your body temperature and makes you crave salt and grease. No matter how much you sweat and feel like you’re going to die if you don’t have a drink, refrain from replenishing your body with liquids.

2. Wear several layers of sweaters. Again, it’s a case of what seems like the opposite of bad advice is really the best thing for you. Covering your body with heavy material will actually keep the heat out, and make you feel cooler. If this doesn’t seem to be working and you start to feel like you’re going to faint, it just means you’re not wearing enough layers. Just throw on a few more sweaters.

3. Rub up against random strangers on the subway. Friction has been known to induce internal body cooling, and what better way to do this than to help your fellow New Yorkers? While it’s true that this is usually illegal in New York City, it’s a little known fact that the Mayor has suspended this law for the duration of the heat wave. So don’t discriminate! Even if you see a smelly, unwashed homeless person babbling to himself while covered in his own blood, do everybody a favor and help him beat the heat.

Following these three simple rules should ensure that you’re able to enjoy summer to the fullest despite the steadily increasing temperatures.

And you’re welcome.
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In case you never got around to seeing episode 03 of 1,001 Online Dates, have a look!
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