No Reason To Exist
(But it does anyway!)
Have you ever wondered about the person who owned something before you did? What made you curious about them? Did you find them? Why is this description all questions?
31 min 29 sec
What happens when you hear a piece of music an inordinate number of times? (We almost called this episode "Commando Transcending," but the Catchiness Dept. vetoed that idea. Special thanks to Jeff Clement, Kenny McAlpine, Jawmunji, and Rob Hubbard.)
24 min 10 sec
What happens when you hear a piece of music an inordinate number of times? (We almost called this episode "Commando Transcending," but the Catchiness Dept. vetoed that idea. Special thanks to Jeff Clement, Kenny McAlpine, and Rob Hubbard.)
35 min 15 sec
Don't be afraid. It's just a chad.
20 min 9 sec
Not exactly a true-crime murder mystery thriller, but close.
32 min 9 sec
The art and science of parrot jokes. (And one podcaster's brush with squawky greatness.)
25 min 24 sec
Just listen to it.
15 min 15 sec
What does this famous blues singer really sound like? (And a cure for musical neurosis...)
29 min 25 sec
The joys (and neuro-cognnitive benefits) of dialing a rotary phone.
20 min 43 sec
Is reality malfunctioning? Give it a day or so...
21 min 8 sec
(Just listen to it.)
17 min 37 sec
We're going to miss toll booths. Really.
22 min 3 sec
Two teenagers are nearly devoured by Ayn Rand.
21 min 6 sec
A little boy takes a recording project too seriously?
17 min 12 sec
You know when you fast-forward and it sounds like chipmunks? Well, some people listen to that all the time. And this one guy -- he's turned it into his life's work.
18 min 48 sec
Are your appliances trying to teach you about music history?
21 min 34 sec
A couple of high school kids do actual science in science class, but, instead of studying volcanoes or the weather, they study their teacher's clothes.
15 min 27 sec