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Feb 26, 2018

Sarah kicks off today's show with a situation going on in New Orleans where Mardi Gras beads are causing a huge problem. Susie shares the history of the paper jam. We hear about celebrities with secret talents. We debate the virtue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition and whether it goes against the feminist...


Feb 22, 2018

We discuss the naming of the next generation (& why it relates to capitalism). We find out why breath-holding competitions tell us a lot about our bodies' limits (how David Blaine was able to hold his breath for over 17 min). We discuss essential oils' newfound popularity, and why they're so popular among Mormons....


Feb 19, 2018

Today we talk about the recent scandal involving an emotional support peacock on a plane, and whether people should be allowed to bring animals on flights. Hear about the woman who married a 300-year-old pirate ghost. Sarah reveals why cartoon characters used to always have gloves. Hear about the race debate...


Feb 15, 2018

Hear about the fault line discovered under Rodeo Drive and why billionaires are becoming doomsday preppers. We talk about Elon Musk and his weird flame-throwing invention. Sarah talks about a murder committed by a clown, and it turns weirdly hilarious (all things considered). We discuss the history of Ikea, and why...


Feb 12, 2018

Today we find out about a study that claims computers can tell if you're gay based on a picture of your face, and we debate the ethics of that. Find out why binge-watching is bad for your memory, why Plato was right again, & why people are giving camels Botox. We learned about a test to determine if music is...