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Our Week In The Web: April 17, 2015

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More than a few of you perhaps been retweeted or fav'd by our host, Tom Ashbrook (@TomAshbrookNPR), on Twitter before. And it's entirely possible he's read your Facebook or Disqus comment live on air during a past broadcast. But, you might be wondering, why doesn't Tom ever reply or like or upvote your comments on Disqus or Facebook? There's a long, complicated answer to that question, but the new answer to the question is that he can and he will! Tom will start diving down into your comments and responding here and there — starting next week — and we want to see what that does to the forum. We honestly have no idea what will happen, but we're excited to see. Stay tuned for the results!

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (April 10, 2015 — April 17, 2015)

1. Week In The News: North Charleston Shooting, Marathon Verdict, Rand Paul 2016 (April 10, 2015)

2. Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Takes Off (April 13, 2015)

3. Economic Inequality Goes To College (April 13, 2015)

4. Fake Meat Is Very Real (April 15, 2015)

5. An Iranian View On The Nuclear Framework Agreement (April 14, 2015)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"This actually does show the postal service will go to any length to deliver the mail." — David Sanger

"Individuals with autism have unique abilities and belong as members of our communities." — Denise Resnik

"I don't see us going from Chicken McNuggets to kale overnight." — Ethan Brown

" Bill is Hillary's secret weapon...and potentially a big problem." — Ruth Marcus

"I found a Erykah Badu samba remix online, so we have the samba mariachi remix here." — Shae Fiol 

Our Favorite Comments (Facebook, Twitter and Disqus) From This Week

"You sound fantastic! Turned on radio and the world stopped for a moment so I could soak it in." (@teakerr)

"Mireya sounds almost as cheerful as Dolly Parton. I say almost because nobody is as cheerful as Dolly." (Crow)

"It's 2015 and we're talking about eating 'fake' meat... so much for civilization." (Italo Tettoni)

"I aspire to writing HUGE income tax payment checks at the filing deadline, as that would mean that something unexpected and very positive happened during the tax year." (hennorama)

"I've never liked mariachi before but this group has a pleasant modern sound. They jump from genre to genre while still maintaining a mariachi sound." (Heather Purri de Youngblood)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This entire gallery of photos from Friday's early morning bee truck crash in Washington state. (Kiro TV)

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