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Dr. Jack Keppler a marine biologist spoke with Phil and his panel about a killer whale carcass that washed up on shore in New Zealand. As his train of thought became more bizarre, talking about ‘robot whales,’ for example, it gradually became clear he was in an assisted living facility and his daughter was there, who claimed the doctor was on board a research vessel when it was struck and sunk by a “giant octopus” off of South America in 1961.

Doug Dannger, a gay man and a gay journalist, discussed the coming out last week of NBA player Jason Collins. Dannger said Collins came out “in a crisp and brisk fashion. Some guys waddle out of the closet, others sneak out looking to see if the coast is clear. But Collins coming out was rapid, fresh and brisk.”

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  • Alex
    Alex

    @Jeffrey: If that device does not support HLS streaming then you will need to click the link below the video, which will redirect you to our Flash player. I just checked and it looks like the Galaxy S3 should support HLS streaming, so just use your web browser to head over to our site and then click on the “Videocast” link. Skip the MX Video Player entirely.

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    jeffrey morgan

    My question was directed to Alex, or anyone who might have some constructive advice.

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    timothy markus

    Any advice? Shoot yourself.

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    jeffrey morgan

    So, I click the link and get an error message “no playable sources found”. I’m trying to watch on my Samsung Galaxy S3. Using mx video player on my phone…any advice?

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    jeffrey morgan

    Thanks Alex!

  • Alex
    Alex

    The videocast for last night’s show is now available. Cheers!

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    jeffrey morgan

    never did get the videocast last night; was Phil actually live or did I have a problem with my hotel connection?

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    Donn Scheer

    Jason, I tried one more time, and hour 2 finally downloaded. Sorry for the interruption.

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    Donn Scheer

    Jason, something is wrong with Download hour 2. Btw, I never turn off my computer or log out, but every morning I refresh and have to log in again. It never was that way until recently.

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