Stuff You Should Know
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Selects: How Jet Lag Works
What's the deal with dowsing?
Short Stuff: Theme Park Cremations
The First Road Trip
Selects: Is The Uncanny Valley Real?
An Interesting, Vastly Incomplete Look at Baseball Cards
Short Stuff: Semantic Satiation
The Tragic Tale of Floyd Collins
Arcades: Nostalgia Abounds
Short Stuff: John Cage's 639 Year Concert
Selects: The Time Nazis Invaded Florida
Woodstock: The Festival for Stardust, Golden Hippies
Short Stuff: Paprika
Noncompete Agreements, Come On
Selects: Live From San Francisco: How Malls Work
Crosswords episode, perhaps?
Short Stuff: La Pascualita
The Awe-Inspiring, Absolutely Crucial Amazon
who found the polar express creepy? it's a great movie and other than the ghost guy not at all creepy.
Um... Jim is nonbinary, though assigned female at birth.
Omg. Chuck. How are you this clueless? Maybe if Josh explains a fourth time … nope still missed it. Good grief man
what about the birds that are changing their migration patterns due to global warming?
I just started listening to play that funky music in triumph.
OMG how could this short (would've been even shorter without 3mins of ads) be all about Paprika and not mention it is the #1 flavouring in all BBQ & bacon flavour foods?! I thought this episode was going to dive into why it tastes so much like cooked meat but all it really talked about was that paprika is a type of pepper
The hosts are ignorant: unaware that Hitler's group didn't call themselves "Nazis" nor "Fascists" (they called themselves "SOCIALISTS" by the very word & ad nauseum in voluminous speeches & writings for years). That is "Stuff You Should Know" but they will never do a show about that. They will also never do a show about these amazing discoveries by the historian Dr. Rex Curry: Hitler's notorious logo was "S" letter shapes for SOCIALIST; Nazi salutes & Nazi behavior (adopted later in Germany) came from the USA's Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, written by the American socialist Francis Bellamy. They will stop producing "Stuff You Should Know" before they will ever discuss those historical items. You will probably never hear them mention that Soviet socialists & German socialists launched WW2 together, invading Poland etc for International SOCIALISM.
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Can you guys do an episode on the temperate old growth rainforests of The Pacific Northwest and British Columbia?
What am i supposed to do with 11 minutes 😅
can someone explain to me what "the song" is they are referring to that they don't want to sing, and what the "s word" is? literally no idea and it's super frustrating 😅
I used to really love this podcast, but now it just seems like it's full of commercials and ads for other podcasts. Can't stand listening to it anymore
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I always thought conveyor belt toasters were called impinger ovens.
Pretty groovy stunt they pulled there..
Chuck CANNOT handle his liquor. He must be embarrassed
That should have been Biblical Time Machine, with Dave Roos.
what was the s word?
hey guys, loved the Ep and also love Honey 😊 Two things though. First when you where speaking of pasteurized Honey one negative is that it destroys some of it's beneficial properties which isn't horrible if it's going to be used for hot (tea, oatmeal) items which would do the same any way. Second for organic honey it's a bit of a waste as most times to get an organic classification one only needs to account for a small radius of the property to be pesticide free. I Believe that radius is usually only around 3 miles but don't quote me and any sense the point here is most bees can usually travel further than the radius that these properties will have, which pretty much negates the organic classification most of the time. so again, it's a bit of a misnomer. you can have two bottles of honey, one organic and what not and the reality is they could both be exactly the same