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37 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
Michael tries to get us in on the ground floor for a very exciting investment opportunity. Charles Ponzi
22 minutes | Apr 16, 2018
Kevin blows us away.
35 minutes | Apr 2, 2018
Unusual Units of Measurement
Blake discovers a firkin’s worth of strange and obscure measurements which will fascinate you for fortnights while increasing your microlife. List of Unusual Units of Measurement
20 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
Michael tries to sell us the Eiffel Tower, which was gifted to him by the Prince of Sudan. Confidence Trick
23 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
Kevin takes us down the coolest memory lane. Route 66
29 minutes | Feb 20, 2018
Fairy Tale Classification
Blake tells story. He finds a king lost in the forest. The king throws a fish to the clever fox. The fox eats the king and laughs. Blake fails to learn moral. Arne Thompson Classification Systems Multilingual Folk Tale Database
22 minutes | Jan 16, 2017
Michael reports on the slo-mo, low octane, champagne fueled, contest of endurance that captured our imaginations before excitement was invented.
26 minutes | Jan 2, 2017
Michael discovers a storied past of the most famous Duck on the planet.
17 minutes | Dec 19, 2016
Blake tries to uncover the origin of Ok. Ok? Ok.
21 minutes | Oct 4, 2016
Michael tells the story of Joseph Palmer, the patron saint of hipsters. Joseph Palmer
23 minutes | Sep 24, 2016
Kevin suggests that Yoko Ono wasn’t the only parasite draining blood out of the Beatles.
38 minutes | Sep 2, 2016
Blake stumbles upon the phenomenon of shadow people: nasty gremlins that sit on your chest and strangle you in your sleep if you accuse them of being hallucinations. Shadow person
22 minutes | Aug 3, 2016
Blake finds some intriguing methods to intentionally obfuscate semantic content of information whose importance, relative to that necessary for general discourse, may or may not have significant impact on the full comprehension of the intended audience. Technobabble Fedspeak
26 minutes | Jun 9, 2016
Michael gets into the business that isn’t a business anymore. Wife Selling
14 minutes | May 8, 2016
Bombardment of Ellwood
Kevin explains that Santa Barbara is famous for more than just wealth and Oprah Winfrey. Bombardment of Ellwood
22 minutes | May 5, 2016
Leopold and Loeb
Michael tells the story of Leopold and Loeb: two college students that make those frat boys down the street look like kittens. Leopold and Loeb
12 minutes | Apr 22, 2016
Kevin reminds us once again why being born before WWII is less than desirable. Orphan Train
28 minutes | Apr 11, 2016
Blake decides it’s time science gets put in its place, which depends on where and when you are observing it. Check out a few ideas that seemed good at the time. Plague Doctor Miasma Theory Luminiferous Aether
24 minutes | Jan 10, 2016
Blake discovers that you should always check on your grandma if she stops sending you birthday cards.
13 minutes | Aug 23, 2015
Miami Cannibal Attack
Kevin uses a single Wikipedia article to dispel Miami’s 2012 zombie rumors.
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