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Episode 1100111: Miasma

EIn this episode, we discuss a swirling miasma of topics around metaphysics and spirituality. Said Gary, “apologies if I spout wild theories about the nature of everything…” and also “it’s gonna get weird.” Also, caring/not caring about tropical storms, voting by mail, the number of types of whisks we can name and whether cheesecake is a cake or a pie (spoiler: we’re all wrong). * Tropical Storm Sally (WUnderground)* Utah declares state of emergency after windstorm knocked down thousands of trees (Salt Lake Tribune)* Salt Lake City’s new $4.1 billion airport is now open, has a smooth takeoff (Salt Lake Tribune)* Your body language may shape who you are, Amy Cuddy (TED)* Miasma (Merriam-Webster)* Miasma Theory (Wikipedia)* Germ theory of disease (Wikipedia)* 11 Different Types of Whisks (Home Stratosphere)* Cheescake classification (Wikipedia)

--SEP 26
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Episode 1100111: Miasma

Episode 1100110: Selcouth

EIn this episode we talk about the dystopian present, Enya, Chris’s D&D adventure on DMsGuild, Gary’s running shoes and having three ears. We try to determine if selcouth is sanitized speech or selling something at inappropriate times, and discuss ballet slippers of couthness. Also labor(/labour) working day and sex-ru org. Please email us to tell us what we’re wrong about.

--SEP 11
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Episode 1100110: Selcouth

Episode 1100101: Termagant

EIn this episode we talk about pets and loss, math, and anti-gantt-ers. Also Gary goes on a field trip and considers running.

--SEP 4
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Episode 1100101: Termagant

Episode 1100100: Aquiline

EIn this episode, Gary tries to remember what “aquiline” means, we discuss (and, occasionally sing) the popular tune by Jethro Tull, and ponder why leaves fall from trees.

--AUG 28
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Episode 1100100: Aquiline

Episode 1100011: Gabelle

EIn this episode we try to determine what kind of tool a gabelle is and how it might be used, and whether or not it’s at all related to the American singer Patti LaBelle. Also: work stuff, how not to be an asshole on the internet, New Carolina and patterns for life.

--AUG 21
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Episode 1100011: Gabelle

Episode 1100010: Cabotage

EIn this episode we debate whether “cabotage” is round, leafy vegetable or refers to sending a taxi (or Uber or Lyft) driver to a place that phone map apps think are accessible but actually aren’t (like deserted roads, lakes, cliffs, rivers, etc). Also LED lights, mechanical keyboards, Gary’s stock pick, alternate timeline Chris and Indian Matchmaker.

--AUG 14
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Episode 1100010: Cabotage

Episode 1100001: Erinaceous

EIn this episode we discuss the weird light fixtures at Gary's new abode, the fact that moving to North Carolina has entirely changed Gary's vernacular, what to do with old couches and the fact that the topic this week obviously must relate to women named Erin. Also, Shut Up Little Man! and other things you do on the internet.

--AUG 7
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Episode 1100001: Erinaceous

Episode 1100000: Jentacular

EIn this episode we avoid talking about a word that sounds like it should have something to do with gentrification — or possibly gin — but definitely has nothing to do with Jenga or a spectacular Jen. Also, Gary’s new house in North Carolina, Letterkenny and webpage marketing.

--JUL 17
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Episode 1100000: Jentacular

Episode 1011111: Iyamisu

EIn this episode we talk about iyamisu, which Gary thinks is something Japanese that describes our way of living, while Chris believes it is a type of cake related to tiramisu. Also Hebrew, whether there are “y’s” in anglicized Japanese, space, and the difference between a terrace and a balcony.

--JUL 3
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Episode 1011111: Iyamisu

Episode 1011110: Anodyne

EIn this episode we officially say “f*** you” to 2020. We also attempt to discuss anodyne, which is the process of colorizing metal, or something to do with airplanes. Also, how is everyone doing? and weird measurements of weight.

--JUN 26
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Episode 1011110: Anodyne
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Latest Episodes

Episode 1100111: Miasma

EIn this episode, we discuss a swirling miasma of topics around metaphysics and spirituality. Said Gary, “apologies if I spout wild theories about the nature of everything…” and also “it’s gonna get weird.” Also, caring/not caring about tropical storms, voting by mail, the number of types of whisks we can name and whether cheesecake is a cake or a pie (spoiler: we’re all wrong). * Tropical Storm Sally (WUnderground)* Utah declares state of emergency after windstorm knocked down thousands of trees (Salt Lake Tribune)* Salt Lake City’s new $4.1 billion airport is now open, has a smooth takeoff (Salt Lake Tribune)* Your body language may shape who you are, Amy Cuddy (TED)* Miasma (Merriam-Webster)* Miasma Theory (Wikipedia)* Germ theory of disease (Wikipedia)* 11 Different Types of Whisks (Home Stratosphere)* Cheescake classification (Wikipedia)

--SEP 26
Comments
Episode 1100111: Miasma

Episode 1100110: Selcouth

EIn this episode we talk about the dystopian present, Enya, Chris’s D&D adventure on DMsGuild, Gary’s running shoes and having three ears. We try to determine if selcouth is sanitized speech or selling something at inappropriate times, and discuss ballet slippers of couthness. Also labor(/labour) working day and sex-ru org. Please email us to tell us what we’re wrong about.

--SEP 11
Comments
Episode 1100110: Selcouth

Episode 1100101: Termagant

EIn this episode we talk about pets and loss, math, and anti-gantt-ers. Also Gary goes on a field trip and considers running.

--SEP 4
Comments
Episode 1100101: Termagant

Episode 1100100: Aquiline

EIn this episode, Gary tries to remember what “aquiline” means, we discuss (and, occasionally sing) the popular tune by Jethro Tull, and ponder why leaves fall from trees.

--AUG 28
Comments
Episode 1100100: Aquiline

Episode 1100011: Gabelle

EIn this episode we try to determine what kind of tool a gabelle is and how it might be used, and whether or not it’s at all related to the American singer Patti LaBelle. Also: work stuff, how not to be an asshole on the internet, New Carolina and patterns for life.

--AUG 21
Comments
Episode 1100011: Gabelle

Episode 1100010: Cabotage

EIn this episode we debate whether “cabotage” is round, leafy vegetable or refers to sending a taxi (or Uber or Lyft) driver to a place that phone map apps think are accessible but actually aren’t (like deserted roads, lakes, cliffs, rivers, etc). Also LED lights, mechanical keyboards, Gary’s stock pick, alternate timeline Chris and Indian Matchmaker.

--AUG 14
Comments
Episode 1100010: Cabotage

Episode 1100001: Erinaceous

EIn this episode we discuss the weird light fixtures at Gary's new abode, the fact that moving to North Carolina has entirely changed Gary's vernacular, what to do with old couches and the fact that the topic this week obviously must relate to women named Erin. Also, Shut Up Little Man! and other things you do on the internet.

--AUG 7
Comments
Episode 1100001: Erinaceous

Episode 1100000: Jentacular

EIn this episode we avoid talking about a word that sounds like it should have something to do with gentrification — or possibly gin — but definitely has nothing to do with Jenga or a spectacular Jen. Also, Gary’s new house in North Carolina, Letterkenny and webpage marketing.

--JUL 17
Comments
Episode 1100000: Jentacular

Episode 1011111: Iyamisu

EIn this episode we talk about iyamisu, which Gary thinks is something Japanese that describes our way of living, while Chris believes it is a type of cake related to tiramisu. Also Hebrew, whether there are “y’s” in anglicized Japanese, space, and the difference between a terrace and a balcony.

--JUL 3
Comments
Episode 1011111: Iyamisu

Episode 1011110: Anodyne

EIn this episode we officially say “f*** you” to 2020. We also attempt to discuss anodyne, which is the process of colorizing metal, or something to do with airplanes. Also, how is everyone doing? and weird measurements of weight.

--JUN 26
Comments
Episode 1011110: Anodyne
the END
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