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Junegee Fulmer's podcast about books and mythology and anything else on his mind.
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The Bad Beginning

The Bad Beginning

2017-12-0906:05

First episode of the Very Fantastic Discoveries podcast by Junegee Fulmer. In this episode, Junegee shares his thought about the first book in the "Series of Unfortunate Events" series, "The Bad Beginning."
Junegee talks about Early Greek Mythology.
Junegee discusses the creation stories from Norse mythology
The Reptile Room

The Reptile Room

2017-12-3113:31

Junegee (and Dylan) discuss the 2nd Book in the Series of Unfortunate Events, "The Reptile Room."
This week, Junegee and Dylan discuss two stories from Greek Mythology, the morals of each being "Never Mess With The Gods."
Norse Mythology episode that details how all of the Gods got their magical items, and how Loki might not be such a bad guy after all.
The Wide Window

The Wide Window

2018-01-2020:00

The 3rd book in A Series of Unfortunate Events, where the Baudelaires live through another one of Count Olaf's sinister plots.
The Gods are Jerks

The Gods are Jerks

2018-01-2826:21

This week, we have 3 stories from Greek Mythology, each of which show that the Gods are the worst. Appearances by Salmoneus, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Ares, Prometheus, Hestia, and the God we love to hate: Zeus. Topics include jealousy, the patriarchy and Korean food.
This week, we're back with another Norse Mythology episode, where both Frey and Odin realize that decisions they'd each made came back to haunt them in a big way.
The Miserable Mill

The Miserable Mill

2018-02-1023:08

This episode, we are talking about Book 4 in A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Miserable Mill. If you like hypnotism, the lumber industry, and sinister plots, then this episode for you.
The Crimes of Zeus

The Crimes of Zeus

2018-02-1721:23

This week, we continue the conversation about what a horrible God Zeus is, this time, specifically to Hera and Heracles. Also, we touch on how things would be better if there were a Queen of the Gods instead of the selfish King Zeus.
The Mead of Poetry

The Mead of Poetry

2018-02-2524:09

This week, we talk about how a sorceress' lust for gold started a war and gave us poetry. You will also see how Odin is as good at running off with women as Zeus is. Finally, a quick shout out to a song from Coco.
The Austere Academy

The Austere Academy

2018-03-0423:07

How appropriate that our 13th episode would again be about the Baudelaire orphans. Find out how the Baudelaires endured the unpleasant Prufrock Preparatory School and the new evil gym coach, Coach Genghis, aka Count Olaf. 
Mad Cow Hermes

Mad Cow Hermes

2018-03-1028:02

This week, we talk about Hermes stealing a flock of cattle as a baby, and the events that ensue. Also, we unveil our new listener mailbag feature, and hear Junegee laugh at Dylan's bad joke.
This week, we talk about a Norse mythology hunting trip that goes horribly wrong, including a nut with very special characteristics. Also, we answer this week's listener mailbag question, and tease next week's conversation about A Wrinkle In Time.
A Wrinkle In Time

A Wrinkle In Time

2018-03-2525:20

In this week's special episode about A Wrinkle In Time, we talk about the differences between the book and the movie that recently came out. Also, we reconsider the name for our question of the week feature, as Junegee completely loses it.
The Ersatz Elevator

The Ersatz Elevator

2018-04-0827:22

This week, we're back with Lemony Snicket to talk about the 6th book in A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Ersatz Elevator. We discuss the differences between the book and the tv series, some fish-themed restaurants, and cover this week's question of the week without Junegee spontaneously bursting out in uncontrolled laughter.
Athena

Athena

2018-04-1525:33

This week, we talk about Athena, who, despite her faults, is still way better than Zeus, as Junegee is happy to point out. Plus, we answer a prehistoric question of the week, and see if Junegee can make it 2 weeks in a row without bursting out in uncontrollable laughter.
Today, we talk about the circumstances surrounding Thor nearly marrying a Jötunn, quick takes on both Harry Potter and Narnia via our question of the week, and Junegee builds excitement for next week's episode.
The Hobbit

The Hobbit

2018-04-2929:04

This week, for our 20th episode, we talk Tolkien, specifically the journey of Bilbo and a bunch of dwarves to get the loot back from the dragon Smaug. Comparisons between the books and movie(s) are quick to follow. Also, a reader question right up Junegee's alley about Greek Mythology.
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