110-Weird Floods?

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Typically when you think of flooding, you think of water. In this episode we search for stories beyond your normal flood. More than just weather related, we have food floods and gross floods.


109-Sake?

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Sake or sometimes known as rice wine is an ancient and reviled beverage in several Asian cultures. Although more akin to beer in the brewing process, when it comes to flavor it is closer to wine. It can be drank at a variety of temperatures, as well as in cocktails. Through researching and recording this episode Chris and Joe realized that Sake is wholly its own unique alcohol.



Giant Swords and Crystals

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This week we take a break and introduce you to the newest podcast in the PeakSloth network, Giant Swords and Crystals. If you are into video games and specifically Final Fantasy this is the show for you.


108-Buried and Forgotten?

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Some things are buried to be remembered. These are stories of things that were buried and forgotten. From lost Rings, to “not so thought out” toys and bottles thrown down the outhouse shaft, things that are buried have a tendency to show back up with time.

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107-Vestigial?

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Passed down from our ancestors vestigial traits are are inside our DNA. Some are fully useless, some are partially useless and some we thought of as junk organs have come back around to be useful again.

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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

Special Guest:

Joel Murphy

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105-Rings?

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Rings are the most popular piece of jewelry by far. They have been worn by almost every culture on earth. Rings symbolizing marriage, wealth, power, advancement and some are just for practical purposes. They can be worn on every finger and every toe. There is a ring for every mood.



104-Goatman?

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Have you ever wanted to be cloven? Is the idea of having horns and wielding an ax sound promising? Are you a bit of a creeping peeping tom? You might be interested in becoming a goatman. Find an old secluded bridge nearby and start stalking the local pets and wildlife.



103-Favorite Firsts?

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With the outset of the new year upon us we decided to take an episode to discuss what’s coming up for 2017. We also discuss some of our favorite firsts throughout history.

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102-Ska?

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Ska music is so distinctive with its catchy style of walking base lines and off beat rhythms. Its a music designed to be danced to and if you listen to it you almost cant help yourself. In today’s episode we discuss the Jamaican roots of ska, rocksteady and reggae.

Special Guest:

Amanda from The Smizokes!

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