#167 - All the News That's Fit to Be Left in Open Tabs On My Browser For the Past Few Weeks
We've been off for a few weeks, so what better time to catch up on all the news that's been piling up. Join us as we discuss Portland's reallocation of police funds, NASA's design for "Pulse," how to dodge sonic weapons, Oregon legalizes mushrooms for medicinal use, Exploding Whale Memorial Park, Segway rides into the sunset, Vancouver's Old Apple Tree dies, the worst drivers in America, and a topless woman and her norks save the day. Enjoy!
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#170 - When Was It Invented?
#169 - It's Gold, Jerry!
# 168 - A Delightful Surprise
#166 - Bass Reeves and the History of the Black American Cowboy
#165 - This Show is Garbage
#164 - Cannabalistic Humanoid Underwater Construction
#163 - Oh the humanity! The Story of the Hindenburg
#162 - Holograms
#161 - MKULTRA, the CIA, and Mind Control
#160 - Never Forget
#159: War of Wikipedia 4!
#158 - Random Programming
#157 - Behind the Smile: The Mona Lisa Story
#156 - MaxiMini Show
#155 - When Beta Tried To Be Alpha
#154 - Unpacking the Coronavirus
#153 - Good Vibrations
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