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106-Mandela Effect?

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Is the Mandela effect a collective misremembering or something more sinister? Some say that it’s confabulation and others are proponents of altered timeline or multiple universe theories. Whatever it happens to be we agree it is at the very least a strange coincidence. Thanks to Joel from www.hobotrashcan.com for joining us

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099-Maryland Spooky Sites?

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Living in Maryland most of our lives we have encountered places here where the history is almost palpable. Native Americans were drawn to the area with the rich seafood able to be caught along the shores of the Chesapeake bay. Being one of the original thirteen colonies, we are home to some amazing, spooky and possibly haunted sites.

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095-Bound in Human Flesh?

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With Special Guest Joel “Murphdog” Murphy

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You may have heard of the necronomicon; a book bound in human flesh with the pages written in human blood. Anything that you can think of that can be bound in leather, can be bound, and probably has been bound in human flesh

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Hobo Radio 399 – Nicolas Cage, Pt. II

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The epic two-part crossover event continues. On this week’s Curioso, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle joined Christopher Scarborough and Joe Taylor to talk about the always-compelling, often-confusing Nicolas Cage.

But that wasn’t enough to properly discuss the Cage. So while The Curioso episode focused mainly on Cage’s life, Hobo Radio focuses on his career. The gang talk about their favorite movies, their least favorites and the ones that just left them confused.

087-Nicolas Cage? part I

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Once in a lifetime there is someone who is so perplexing in their field that they become more. They transcend their stardom. Nicolas Cage has been in over eighty movies portraying romantics, law enforcers, con men, superheros and psychopaths. He has spawned countless memes due to his sometimes bizarre acting choices. There have been TV episodes based wholly off of whether he is a great or terrible actor. Yet you cannot deny that he is an Oscar winning thespian. We could not tackle this subject alone. It’s to big for two men. So we called in Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle from Hobo Trashcan to decide if Nicolas cage is a good actor or a great one.

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062-Tesla?

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Nikola Tesla was a Serbian born inventor and genius whose creations are in almost every electrical gadget we use today. Although he had an amazing mind capable of engineering feats unfathomable by lesser men, he did not have a mind for business. Consequently he passed away almost penniless, being the last of many devastating tragedies in his life. It almost caused him to largely be forgotten in history books. It would take until the internet age where his legacy has taken on a second life being universally hailed as a technological (and nerd) icon.

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049-Censorship?

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Warning! As of this episode we will no longer be censoring!

Censorship takes it’s hold on society, typically when someone gets offended. Some seek to censor images, words and even the conveying of thoughts. On this episode we discuss censorship in many of its facets and we have help from a few friends. Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle of Hobo Trashcan join us. You can hear us on Hobo Trashcan for this special crossover event.

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046-Trappist Beers?

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The Cistercians of the Strict Observance are a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church, also known as “Trappists” or “Trappistines”. These monks and nuns follow the rule of St. Benedict. The Trappists live under the ideals of pray and work with the work paying for repairs and maintaining the Abby. The day is split into equal eight hour parts of prayer, work and sleep. The Trappist also give much of their money to charity. This work is done in observance of God and is considered a type of prayer on its own. Generally speaking while working is looked down upon giving birth to the myth that Trappists take a vow of science. In this episode we sample Trappist cheeses and beers from around the world.

We want to thank Joel Murphy from Hobo Trashcan and Patrick Storck from Experts of nothing for joining us during this episode.

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