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September 15th, 1878 was a cooler than average day for Staten Island, New York. A cold north-westerly breeze blew as three young teenage boys tended cattle in the woods near Silver Lake... Researched and written by Anna Priestland This episode's sponsor: The Alienist – New TV mystery drama …

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Comedians Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds examine the taxidermist Carl Akeley Tour Dates Dollop Merch Patreon  EPISODE SOURCES

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In Entanglement, you'll meet a woman with Mirror Touch Synesthesia who can physically feel what she sees others feeling. And an exploration of the ways in which all of us are connected — more literally than you might realize. The hour will start with physics and end with a conversation with …

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Two stories. It’s tragic when you can’t communicate to those closest to you. For Manu, it’s his local cashier. Also, Jan is overwhelmed by menu options.

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In this episode of the Distillery Nation podcast we chat with Maureen Downey. Maureen has been featured on the Netflix documentary Sour Grapes. She has been named the Sherlock Holmes of wine, and among many other achievements she has build a career helping people verify and certify their wine and …

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Bonus Episode – Originally titled “A Sensible Summer” and recorded in September of 2017, this episode never aired. Before this audio file collects too much virtual dust, join Raw Dog, Amber and Tay for this never-heard before summer special. Tay details his BAND-AID scare and questions whether the …

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Joanna Meiseles has been an entrepreneur and franchisor for the past 20 years. More than two decades ago, she saw a need in the marketplace for a hair salon focusing on children and launched the Snip-its salon brand in suburban Boston in 1995. As Founder and CEO of Snip-its, Ms. Meiseles ran five …

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We put this ancient system of divination based on numbers to the test.

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Professor Sarah Churchwell and fellow historian Adam IP Smith explore some of the ideas in her new book Behold, America, which traces the history of America First and the American Dream

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Writer Mandy Stadtmiller's career as a dating columnist was taking off as her post-divorce social life was filled with late-night excitement and famous hookups. But she also couldn't get off the hamster wheel of trauma and feel better about herself. Mandy talks with Marc about how she came to terms …

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From rock-paper-scissors, to tennis, to Mario Kart, every game is a designed system and all games are grounded in the same design principles. One popular game in particular has a mixed reputation with game players and designers alike: Monopoly. The … Continue reading →

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We did another episode together in the same room, sitting on the same couch. We're very, very sorry about the slight dip in sound quality, but we do not apologize for the weird, weird things we say due to our proximity. See you guys at Pasta Party 2012!   Suggested talking points: Destination …

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Matthew Walker is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Founder and Director of the Center for Human Sleep Science.

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Comedians Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher (Put Your Hands Together) join Andrew and Tawny to discuss a white caller’s question about how to address the subject of whether black men don’t date black women and why, New Orleans weddings, and more. As always, leave us a message about anything you …

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In this episode, we discuss: TSH does not give you a complete picture Free thyroid hormone Antibodies and thyroid hypofunction What lab ranges are used for thyroid testing Goiters and iodine deficiency Thyroid patterns that may not show up on standard lab tests Thyroid physiology, proper …

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Welcome to episode 71 of The All Seeing Guys. This episode we are joined by Gregs just turned Eighteen year old Godson, Rhys Davies. Our youngest ever guest brings a fresh perspective to our angry point of view on modern living as we dive into a few bizarre news stories. From fetishes, penis …

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When we pour a glass of milk, most of us don’t consider the economics that brought that milk from a cow to our kitchen. Reporter-producer Allison Salerno visited two women, friends and neighbors in southeast Georgia, who both grew up and spent their working lives on dairy farms. One woman watched …

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Linda McMahon, the former pro wrestling executive who now leads the Trump administration’s Small Business Administration, talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher at the 2018 Code Conference. McMahon explains how the nonpartisan SBA is reckoning with today’s charged and divisive politics, arguing that …

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It's that time of year again - leaves are falling and publishers are pushing out their heavy-weight literary titles - so this month we're going BACK TO SCHOOL for the Ultimate Reading List. Join us as we talk to author Dan Richards (Climbing Days) and publisher Anna Jean Hughes (The Pigeonhole) …

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Says You! creator and original host Richard Sher leads two teams from the stage of the Buckman Performing Arts Center in Memphis, TN. With the aid of two frequent guests, our panel defines nidget and runcation. Host: Richard Sher Stereo Left: Carolyn Faye Fox, Arnie Reisman, Lenore Shannon Stereo …

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My guest this week is a bundle of curiosity, and that is one of the nicest things I could say about someone. For several years, Tren Griffin has been writing a weekly blog post that highlights things he has learned from various investors, businesspeople, musicians, comedians, and more. Lately, he …

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If you’re a naturalist or a nature lover on social media chances are you have come across Bird & Moon, an exceptionally fun series of webcomics filled with colorful and endearing and accurate nature themes. Bird & Moon is the creation of New England-based artist and writer Rosemary Mosco. Her new …

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In this guaranteed 100% human-created podcast, Ped & Tom ponder whether humanity was Earth’s first civilization, whether Google chatbots will subsequently replace humanity, whether Irish drivers are the best in the world, and whether your own DNA will implicate your criminal cousin. Support the …

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JOHN ACKERMAN SITS DOWN AFTER HIS TAX SEASON HIATUS TO DISCUSS THE LESSONS HE LEARNED FROM YEAR TWO IN BUSINESS. While we sometimes forget, we actually have a millennial entrepreneur as one of the hosts of Drunken Money (me). I just wrapped up my second tax season as a CPA out on my own, so we …

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The Trump administration has said that domestic abuse is no longer grounds for receiving permission to stay in the United States. We share one asylum seeker’s story. Guest: Mariam, a survivor of domestic violence who arrived in the United States from Burkina Faso, and who asked not to be identified …

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