From a thirty-years-strong illusionists' society in New Zealand, Erin and Tyler ranged far and wide, talking about hucksters, flim flammers, and fantasy.
Oh gosh, we missed a week! So sorry Rabbittails. To make up for it, we didn't miss this week.
Starting with Jesse Plemmons' mentor, we made our way around the horn to talk about things like blood relations (emphasis on relations) and that 90s favorite, Lillith Fair.
What is the windspeed of an unladen... Eurasian Sparrowhawk? Tyler and Erin sat down to find out, but got distracted by the varied wonders of Wikipedia. Come and fascinate at medical monkeys and caw caw callings!
Erin and Tyler talk about the coolest scientist ever. Literally. From there we learn about weatherpeople and famous mountaineering schools!
Erin hit the jackpot and Tyler hit the jack squat in these rabbit holes based on an old ok plane. Learn about cool birds and bad bombs!
Erin and Tyler talk about a useful but very poorly understood cell in the body. (It's only poorly understood by Erin and Tyler, doctors understand it very well.) From there they talk about human life expectancy and prophylactics!
Erin and Tyler lay the chill as they talk about a quickly-canceled reality tv show. From there we learned about Dr Phil's progeny and vaudeville celebrities. And Erin gives a quick pitch on a hot Broadway hit.
The inquisitive Professor Ada Cheng joins us to talk about a World War I flying ace. Only not really, actually we talk a lot about marriage and what it means to us one month in. Then we talk about our rabbit holes but also dive deep into deep topics like war and peace. It's a thinker folks, get ready to get raised up.
We travel far afield both geographically and philosophically on this episode, as talk turns to ice covered lands of the far North, and what makes a person...a person. The terrain is difficult all around, right?
Tyler and Erin prep for a trip to Europe by with a episode about facial surgery, yucky eye stuff, and the muscles that help you chew. A quickie with lots of weird facts!
Marshmallow unicorn Tien Tran scampered in to talk about a little creek in her home state of PA. From there we learned about bible colleges, Jefferson "Turd" Davis, and a very old amusement park/cemetary.
The newlyweds talk about a biochemist who knows all about snails. From there they learn about cognitive states and whorls.
We found out right before recording that Hunter Lehr is interested in becoming a microbiologist, which is pretty dang cool. Equally cool is the starting page for this week all about how religion slash through equal signs politics. From there we learned about naked protests, a fraud-focused serial killer, and struggle to make sense of the Trinity.
Dear friend, delightful man Mark Campbell joins us to talk about everyone's favorite Dutch sprint canoeist. From there we discussed Paradise Lost and giants, WAR CANOES, and phosphorescence.
On a dreary day a wonderful man came into our lives. Ian Owens settles down with us to talk about a North Western UK metal band. From there we learned about the Basement Jaxx and their singers, MySpace and their troubles, and coin counterfeiters and their methods.