Script & Style Show: Episode 24: Meme Sites, Developing for Fun, and Podcasts with Lemon!

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On this episode: Todd asks David what he wants to be for Halloween and quickly regrets it, while Todd reveals his somewhat controversial costume.  David and Todd then welcome Lemon, an amazing web developer that creates silly but hilarious web games, hosts The FPl.us podcast, and shares his views on growth as a web developer.  Enjoy!

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