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.
Erin and Tyler talk up a storm about an Irish children's writer. From there they debate the novelty of the Thong Song, and learn just enough about Buffy the Vampire Slayer erotica.
Erin and Tyler discover a classic Indian film and don't learn much about it. But it does spur a lot of conversation about playback singers and sexy heavenly creatures.
It's another tight twosome taping this week as Erin and Tyler dive into an important security council resolution from their childhoods. From their they go far afield to uncontacted peoples and agronomical delights.
Our favorite sailor Julie Marchiano joins us to talk about a real useful boat coat. From there we learned about the woman who invented DJing, the man who invented Radissons, and the animals who invented musk.
A man who's known us longer than we've known each other, Derek Shoemaker joined us to talk about just like, a classic thrash metal guitarist, dude. From there we learned about conjurations, fools and carnies, with pit stops to talk about Derek's competitive side coming out at Sunday School.
A DM after our own heart, Alan Linic rolled in to talk about a Canadian politician who definitely probably did important things for at least some people. From there we learned about Erin's favorite Brooklyn 99er, ju jitsu, and western wear.
Erin and Tyler start out where most RHs end (Nazis). From there we learn about soft power social pressures and non-corporeal night crawlers.
A special all-in-the-family edition as the Samples matriarch Cindy lets us sit at her couch and plumb the depths of knowledge. From a politician inexplicably named Old Salt, we went far and wide, learning about Indian words Erin was mocked for, funny words without origins, and sad words that describe catastrophe.