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The Weird and the Weary

Jun 18, 2019

Love is a powerful emotion that will find its way no matter the odds. And nothing is more odd than having extra appendages or, ahem, genitalia. This week we explore the stories of Juan Baptista Dos Santos of Portugal, the man with two functional penises, an extra leg, and a voracious sexual appetite and Blanche Dumas,...


Jun 11, 2019

Music. It is a universal language that has been a mainstay in human history since someone realized how different sounds came from different kinetic hits across various surfaces. How the sounds changed in pitch or timbre. Music motivates, incites, provokes, and polarizes yet no matter what, it thrives, it grows, and it...


Jun 4, 2019

Virtual Reality, or VR, is a growing realm within gaming that has swept the PC and console world (PS4 is the current console leader in VR with X-Box not really showing any signs of joining the VR arena) and like anything, can have applications beyond its initial scope or vision. Such as going to church, dating, or...


May 28, 2019

Today's episode is about the harmful effects of nuclear applications gone wrong starting with Chernobyl and Louis Slotin's painful and deadly mistake while testing a nuclear core. We cover this serious topic with gravitas and a little bit of that dark humor. Check us out on this week's episode, 3.6 Roentgens to Death.


May 21, 2019

Bugs. People tend to not like bugs very much with arachnophobia being one of the top fears concerning bugs while some don't have that much of an aversion and would go so far as to even being a gracious host for it. Like Mark W. Moffett aka Dr. Bugs, a tropical biologist who attended Harvard, who had been infested with a...