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Jan 29, 2018

Hear about a shark who is either old or not really old at all. We find out that dolphins recognize themselves in mirrors way earlier than we thought (and earlier than humans). We discuss the psychology of poverty, and why the lottery is considered a tax on poor people. Plus ice sheets on Mars, space bears, viral...


Jan 25, 2018

Sarah and Susie are talking about the birds and the bees, and how sex ed in schools leaves something to be desired. Hear about Sarah's waxing and tanning routine, and why she lets it all hang out. We talk about the way names spread throughout the country, and why certain names become popular. Plus, we interview author...


Jan 22, 2018

Today we test Sarah's psychic ability with a listener who called in for a reading. We discuss whether Sarah inherited her mother's gift or whether it's all baloney. Plus, we talk about why men tend to hug their female colleagues, but shake their male counterparts' hands. We learn about the sleeping patterns of animals,...


Jan 18, 2018

Today we talk about a new trend in Thailand where men are whitening their penises. We discuss why they're doing it, and whether we think this will catch on. We also discuss how body hair has an important history with regard to race that informs why women might choose to remove it. We learn about a dad who photoshops...


Jan 15, 2018

Susie talks about a 90-year-old Jewish lady who tried bacon for the first time, and how her experience revealed the way the Internet can affect people's religious faith. Find out why Sarah is boycotting Yogurtland. We learn what a "food swamp" is, and why they're affecting low income people. We discuss a man in...