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The show was recorded remotely.
When Alonzo Bodden read his Bluff the Listener story, he read the units of transfer speed as, "MPS" instead of, "Mbps".
At the time of entering in notes for this show, NPR's show page called the segment after Not My Job, "The Campaign Dump;" while, Bill Kurtis called it, "The Ballot Dump". The latter is used in this show's description.
Another instance where all three choices of the third Not My Job question were correct.