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World War C
35 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
WWC - Donut you want to know how our baking DIY went?
Things get dark today as we talk about some of the latest developments in this WWC world... but we also eat donuts because #balance.Show Notes:Sourdough Donut Holes - We'll share our recipe, just not our sourdough starter. Every man for himself in a pandemic #sorrynotsorryCan Meth Be Blue? From our friends at Live Science, "pure meth is typically white or clear, because it reflects all wavelengths of visible light... However, blue meth itself isn't a myth. Several years ago, drug dealers began selling "Smurf dope," or methamphetamine that has been tinged with a pigment or dye to appear blue." #themoreyouknowYour Internet is working. Thank these Cold War-Era pioneers who designed it to handle almost anything. - He found this Washington Post article fascinating and we bet you will too!
37 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
WWC - COVID hasn't gotten us, yet
After a brief hiatus, He and She are back and feistier than ever. Join us as we recap the past couple weeks of quarantine and find many, many things to debate about.Show Notes:This American Life: The Test - powerful and (very) sad episode of one of He’s favorite podcasts.Coronavirus Twins - After you finish listening to the sad podcast, cheer yourselves up with these adorable twins bantering about quarantine. Refuting Netflix Tiger King - Did she feed her husband to the tigers?? Or does she have you convinced?Oh and if you're curious who tf Carol "Danders" is, this is why He kept getting tripped up.According to the Mayo Clinic, viruses are germs!! So there, He. More on the fake news of the zoo snake = Nagini: J.K. Rowling confirmed via tweet that alas, they are different snakes.
36 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
WWC - Make Your Own D*mn Taco
We taste a DIY hard cider He brewed, and She gives an update on her manicure journey. All the usual COVID topics get their turn and we discuss the possibility of US citizens getting $1,000 in relief funds.Show Notes:Taco Man's Taco Kit: don't want to purchase all the individual ingredients to make tacos in your home? Buy this taco kit instead!
33 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
WWC - Your epidermis is showing
She tried to do an at-home gel manicure today in the spirit of social distancing. He played a round of 20 questions. One of these was successful and one was a giant failure.Show Notes:Meanwhile at the toilet paper warehouse: there’s plenty of toilet paper, at least in the Netherlands, so please quit calling 911.Granddaughter telling grandfather news of her engagement: okay listeners, what's the consensus, is this real or is grandpa actually in a high-security prison?
33 minutes | Mar 16, 2020
WWC - Good Guy Woolworths
A lot can happen in 24 hours... like whole cities shutting down because the hipsters can't stop brunching on their own. We get caught up on everything that went down today and look ahead to the first full week of the new reality of World War C.Show NotesDuring a pandemic, Isaac Newton had to work from home, too. He used the time wisely. This article is definitely only "tangentially" related to the COVID-19 outbreak. 🙄Good Guy Greg: how's that for a trip down memory lane?! Not to be confused with Bad Luck Brian, as "She" kind of did.
34 minutes | Mar 15, 2020
WWC - So it begins!
Come hang out with us for our first podcast where we talk about COVID-19 fake news, people we wish we didn't know, and even some things that are giving us hope things might go back to normal sometime. But don't literally come hang out with us because like, social distancing.Show Notes:‘Corona Time’ photo of Flemish students: ‘No offence intended’ - so I guess the plan to pose for a photo dressed in "traditional Chinese clothing" and PANDA COSTUMES already existed and just the Corona Time sign was added after COVID-19... so it's not racist then right? Right?Has the Olympics ever been cancelled before? Turns out yes, thrice! All for World Wars (1916, 1940, 1944). What we were thinking of as "Hitler's Olympics" where the show went on and Jesse Owens flipped Hitler the proverbial bird by winning was *between* the World Wars in 1936.
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