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Our Week In The Web: October 30, 2015

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We've noticed a recurring pattern in Facebook comments lately — a lot of you who follow us on Facebook can't find the relevant link for your comments, and then just leave comments wherever you can find a post. We're sure some of you don't think about the posting order when the urge hits you to participate in an online conversation, and that's totally fine! But we might also take this time to encourage you to scroll down a little and trust that we've shared relevant links to the conversations we're having on air before you worry otherwise. It's all there! Trust us!

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (October 23, 2015 — October 30, 2015)

1. Week In The News: Hillary And Benghazi, Biden Opts Out, Canada Votes (October 23, 2015)

2. Journalist Robert Parry: America's Hidden History (October 26, 2015)

3. U.S. Economy Faces Threats Of A Slow Down (October 27, 2015)

4. The Economics Of Election 2016: GOP Debate (October 29, 2015)

5. The Bad News On Your Bacon (October 27, 2015)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"What do you do with the trauma that you inherit?" -- Reginald Dwayne Betts

"Let me give you an explanation as to why somebody might pay for cat videos." — Ben Popper

"I will sit here and say that black lives matter, because far too often, the police behave as if they don't." — Jarvis DeBerry

"I've killed off a lot of teenagers, which everyone enjoys, right?" — R.L. Stine

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

"My word of the day is 'bad-assery' Heard on your cop discussion today, said by @tomashbrooknpr" (@AveValencia)

"NPR has been pandering to meat eaters since this report came out. I expect better." (Shelley Janiczek Woodson)

"Thank you for introducing me to Mr. Betts. His voice is a welcome rejoinder to the nonsense coming from FBI Director Comey." (Peter Van Erp)

"'Does the Black underclass need poets?' Yes! so proud of @dwaynebetts" (@amberkoonce)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This bizarre and oddly catchy Chinese propaganda video heralding Chinese 13th Five-Year Plan. (YouTube)

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