Brett and Bre have a few extra minutes on their hands due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. Hoping to lift some spirits, they decided to bring out an extra episode for y'all to enjoy! Breana covers a rare event that went down in New York on May 22, 2008. Five friends run around the city trying to escape disaster surrounding them. Then Brett talks about some strange phenomenons that have happened over history. Please enjoy this extra episode. If you are looking at some social interaction let us know! We would love to host a virtual happy hour or movie night. Here are the suggestions we gave in the episode to stay occupied.  Some Good News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOe_y6KKvS3PdIfb9q9pGug  Virtual Cards Against Humanity (and other card games) http://playingcards.io/ A podcast that has six updated episodes about COVID 19. Each episode is themed, for example, one is for mental health during this pandemic: http://thispodcastwillkillyou.com/ (It is one of Brett's and Bre's favorite podcasts in general) Netflix party - Watch a movie with friends while chatting on the sidebar. Google Chrome Browser extension: https://www.netflixparty.com/ We would love if you could take a moment to rate us on Apple Podcasts, or recommend us to a friend! Thanks for listening PDS Babes! Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
Gasp! Wow! Whoa! Erg! UHH! We will not leave you today without some great reactions and sound effects. Breana starts first this time to tell you about the Sultana sinking in 1865. The circumstances that lead to many deaths will make you angry as well. But who gets the blame...well, we will tell you. Then..yes...locust. As Brett tells us about the Locus that literally took over farms in 1874, you can hear Breana try to hold her gags in. Y'all, locust stew! How did this affect farms and agriculture? What did the locust avoid? We shall tell you that too! Oh yeah, if we get 1,000 5 stars reviews, Brett will eat locus stew! We didn't get to talk about this since we recorded almost 3 weeks ago - and a lot has changed since then, so: COVID 19 NON PROFITS TO DONATE TO Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
Every time we discuss our disasters, we seem to find some kind of link. This time it seems to be something about governmental involvement post disasters. With special guest Mark Snyder, Brett tells us all the intense details of the Haiti 2010 Earthquake. Mark was in Haiti after and gives us some information we didn't hear over the news. This includes the current state of Haiti now. Breana tells us about what a bit of miscalculation can do! Lake Peigneur turned into a full-fledge whirlpool - but how? What happened next? Take a listen to find out! Mark includes some very important organizations to contact if you would like to assist those in Haiti now - like http://www.ijdh.org/ Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation
This episode is especially special to us! We had the PLEASURE of getting to podcast with Michele of The Cornfield Meet! She co-hosts an amazing transportation-focused disaster podcast that we’ve mentioned a couple of times. Brett starts us off with a blizzard in 1913 that dumped inches upon inches of snow onto Denver. (You get to hear about how tall we are with this one.) Learn about what they had to do to just get around town, and the silly things the newspaper dealt with. Next Breana goes over the infamous Mount St. Helens eruption! After mentioning it in previous episodes she realizes she should just do it already! Michele has a little shorty for us too! She gave us some amazing facts, and jokes, throughout the episode, but she did not forget a story. She tells us about how dioxin was spread all over the little town of Times Beach, Missouri. You get to learn how this town formed, how the dioxin got all over, AND just what dioxin can do to the body. Don’t forget how long it stays with the body too! This episode causing too much fun!?! Us too! That’s why we will be coming out with a bonus episode of us chatting. Learn about how we all got into podcasting, some real-life stories of our own disasters, and what is an episode without some terrible puns?! Coming soon! Australia Bushfire: linktr.ee/pdspodcast & middle.io/fires Instagram @pdspodcast Twitter @pdspodcast Facebook @pdangeroussituation The Cornfield Meet: Listen on Soundcloud now! Instagram @thecornfieldmeet Twitter @cornfieldmeet Facebook @thecornfieldmeet
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23
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1
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23 hours, 41 minutes