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Episode 108 Allagash Abduction
Episode 107 COVID-19: Basic History, Myths, and Conspiracy Theories
Episode 106 Live TV Signal Hijackings
After Dark: EP 19 - Worship & Tribute NERD Invasion
Episode 105 The Hypnotist Show We Watched
Episode 104 Celebrity Stalkers
How To Start A Podcast
Bonus: The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot (Film Review)
Monster Madness (2019) Ep5: Finals
Monster Madness (2019) Ep4: Dobhar-chú VS Impundulu
Monster Madness (2019) Ep3: Fur Fish VS Mongolian Death Worm
After Dark: EP 18 - Lifestar
Monster Madness (2019) Ep2: Succubus VS Grootslang
Bonus: Hellier (Documentary Discussion)
Monster Madness (2019) Ep1: Goatman VS Leprechaun
Monster Madness (2019) Inaugural
Episode 103 Alabama Leprechaun
Episode 102 The Little To No Research Quiz
Episode 101 Toby's Family's Spooky Paranormal Stories
Episode 100 LIVE Game Show Celebration!
if you are guests on a podcast, be prepared to talk.
Worth a listen.
drunk guy is too drunk to be podcasting
I missed out on the owl conspiracy theory, the more you know.
Great job. Felt like I was going to the festival myself.
Enjoyed the show and to be able to interact with y'all during the live show.
Could be a crackhead! Great show
is that toddlers in the background? whatever it is, it's really annoying, and don't get me started on the person loudly yawning into their mic. I can only hope that further down the line they became more professional in their delivery as this is only the 2nd episode.
I have memories that go back to being 3 months old. I once drew the layout of an apartment with all sorts of things in it. even the wallpaper design and colors. I remember everything like a catalog of years n days n minutes. Like a curse it's haunted me my whole life.
a .22 caliber firearm was used by many assassins, spies, and secret throughout history. they killed a lot quieter and were very effective indoors. low pop and very very high velocity!! brush up guys. mingya!!!
not too mention that left-handed firearms were not by any means common in 1979. I grew up hunting and was forced to learn to shoot right-handed even though I shot great left-handed, but a lefty firearm then was about $150-200 more than a right handed firearm.
I'm left-handed and I bat both, kick with my right foot, use tools with both hands, many things I do with both, and I shoot my firearms right handed. Most left-handed people are not strictly one-handed like right-handed people are. That's a huge misconception.
five stars. it's the best non-professional speculation I've heard in a long time.
I liked this a lot.
r u fucking serious with the smoke alarm??
I enjoy your podcast and I wish you would do more of the kids explain everything
What the fuck Future Toby, thanks for the edit.
Hey, guys! First time listener here offering a quick, honest review... I listened to Simulation Theory last night. You all have some good camaraderie going and the lead reporter (Toby?) really got rolling along well with some stimulating points, but every time I'd start to get really engrossed in the conversation, one female (don't recall name) kept interjecting with juvenile, rude, completely off-subject, distracting comments. She totally ruined the flow of conversation and the listening experience. She sounded a bit drunk actually. No bueno. Besides her, I really enjoyed the podcast and how the topic was presented and how theory sources were referenced. There is obviously some research happening behind the scenes and there are some good vibes among those who are there to contribute something positive to the podcast (not that one female). I'll definitely be listening to more of your podcasts. Drain the swamp and keep up the good work!
it's hedge row, not head grow.