The Gabfest for Nov. 23.

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Nov. 26 2007 3:15 PM

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Friday, Oct. 26, 2007

To play the Oct. 26 Gabfest, download the program here, or you can subscribe to the weekly Gabfest podcast feed in iTunes by clicking here.

On this week's show, Emily, John, and David discuss the latest political dramas, Californian fires and signs of Armageddon, and the New Republic's "Iraq Diarist" dilemma.

The soundproofing is still a work in progress
The soundproofing is still a work in progress

Since the D.C. Slate sters moved into their swank new digs, the dimensions and acoustics of the new "studio" have been topics of some fascination for gabbers and listeners alike. By popular demand, we present a photographic explanation for why it sometimes sounds as though the Gabfest is recorded in a wind tunnel—the soundproofing is still a work in progress. (That's the carpet that Emily was responsible for selecting, BTW. I'm told it was reattached to the wall before the Oct. 26 show was recorded.)

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June Thomas is a Slate culture critic and editor of Outward, Slate’s LGBTQ section. Follow her on Twitter.

Emily Bazelon is a Slate senior editor and the Truman Capote Fellow at Yale Law School. She is the author of Sticks and Stones.

John Dickerson is Slate's chief political correspondent and author of On Her Trail. Read his series on the presidency and on risk. Follow him on Twitter.

Dana Milbank writes the Washington Post's Washington Sketch column.

David Plotz is the editor of Slate. He's the author of The Genius Factory and Good Book.