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| title        = The Bizarre Briefing
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| hosts        = [[Brian Brushwood]]<br> [[Jason Murphy]]
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| episode_count = 20
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| editors      = [[Brandt Hughes]]
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| camera_ops    = [[Bryce Castillo]], [[Brandt Hughes]]
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| distributor  = Seeker
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| run          = January 28, 2016 - Present}
 
'''The Modern Rogue''' is a spin-off show of [[Scam School]], hosted by [[Brian Brushwood]] and [[Jason Murphy]], dedicated to lifehacking and alternative media. The show is a direct successor to [[Hacking the System]], which lasted for two specials and one full season on cable television.
 
'''The Modern Rogue''' is a spin-off show of [[Scam School]], hosted by [[Brian Brushwood]] and [[Jason Murphy]], dedicated to lifehacking and alternative media. The show is a direct successor to [[Hacking the System]], which lasted for two specials and one full season on cable television.
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* [http://www.seeker.com/scamschool/ TMR on Seeker]
 
* [http://www.seeker.com/scamschool/ TMR on Seeker]

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{{Infobox Podcast | title = The Bizarre Briefing | picture = | caption = | creators = | hosts = Brian Brushwood
Jason Murphy | open_theme = | season_count = | episode_count = 20 | runtime = |- | producers = | switchers = | editors = Brandt Hughes | camera_ops = Bryce Castillo, Brandt Hughes |- | distributor = Seeker | run = January 28, 2016 - Present} The Modern Rogue is a spin-off show of Scam School, hosted by Brian Brushwood and Jason Murphy, dedicated to lifehacking and alternative media. The show is a direct successor to Hacking the System, which lasted for two specials and one full season on cable television.

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