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Episode #361 - April 12th, 2013

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Bitcoin mania, amplify your pair programming, we replaced your normal web browser with decaf... lets see if they notice, multiblock, sponges, a visit to our studios from Robocop, dealing with your inheritance chain with prepend, and more with this #rubyloco-powered Ruby5. This script may or may not have involved the proper use of prescription pain medications.

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