Big things are happening in the world, and we’re a few days late in getting to it. Go figure. This week is all about news. Good news. Bad news. Crazy news. Even a little bit of awesome news. If you read the title, you’ll know what this episode is about, and you might even be able to guess which stories we’ve picked. So tune in and enjoy!
Question of the Week:
What is a good length for a weekly podcast?
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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):Episode 25 — Download (MP3)
Intro and News (0:00 – 23:51):
- CERN Observes Antimatter For the First Time
(and the crazy guy in Hawaii gets sued)
- Tetris Helps People w/ PTSD
(anti-gaming idiots decide to drink the special Koolaid)
- Quidditch World Cup Winner Announced
(geeks everywhere have a collective joygasm)
- Reader’s Digest Poll Proves That Parents Suck
(book lovers make plans to adopt a new parental licensing program that prevents illiterate idiots from having children)
The End: Reading, Writing, and the Question of the Week (23:52 – 28:50)
That’s all, folks! Thanks for listening. We’ll see you next week!