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Comedian Marc Maron is a very funny man who talks to very funny people. His WTF podcast is where comedians go to talk about what they do — and often tell him things you can't believe they're telling anyone.

We've invited him to play a game called "A frozen iguana fell on my head on the way to the theater." For years now, Florida has been the primary source of our weird news items — the dumb criminals, the bizarre animal stories, the felon governors. Since we're taping the show in Tampa this week, we'll quiz Maron on three recent bizarre happenings in the state.

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