Who'd A Thunk It?
Who'd A Thunk It?May 31, 2023
This episode is about Imperial Japan Unit 731's worst experiments. They are some of the most horrific war crimes ever committed.
This week I'm having a hard time finding the motivation to dig deep into one topic... so I didn't. I've decided to share short little snippets of historical stories I've accumulated over the years. I hope you... enjoy.
April 12th, 1910, The New York Times wrote: "Lake cow bacon, made from the delicious hyacinth-fed hippopotamus of Louisiana's lily-fringed streams, should soon be obtainable from the Southern packing houses." It was not a joke. Blog: https://acunit.home.blog/2023/04/26/lake-bacon/
Anchorage Parking Fairies
A story about pair of sisters who lead a successful and peaceful protest at the top of the globe.
What was once thought to be a worthless hunk of bronze in a box found at the bottom of the sea is now regarded as one of the most expensive devices ever created in the ancient world.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy was initially developed in 1987, and today my wife's gonna talk about it!
JOHN PAUL JONES
John Paul Jones (born John Paul; July 6, 1747 – July 18, 1792) was a Scottish-American naval captain who was the United States' first well-known naval commander in the American Revolutionary War. Blog: https://acunit.home.blog/2023/03/29/john-paul-jones/
In 2022, an Australian crime thriller movie based on the events surrounding Daniel Morcombe's murder and more so the investigation into his murderer was released titled The Stranger. It was written and directed by Thomas M. Wright. *WARNING this episode is full of SPOILERS*
Doc Ellis and the No-No
The thing that set's Doc Ellis's first and only no-hitter apart from the other 317 was that he was, as Doc puts it: "High as a Georgia Pine."
Episode #87 of this podcast titled "Where does our poop go?" examined where human waste ends up... down here on Earth. This episode I wanted to look into a question that randomly popped into my head the other day: "How do astronauts poop? Where does all of their bodily waste go?"
JFK and the Coconut
If you ask someone on the street what the first thing they think of when you bring up JFK is, they will most certainly say his death... but the man lived a... colorful life. Today's episode is about one small story from his life before he ever became president of the Free world.
The Battle of Los Angeles
All it took to kick off a panic was a weather balloon.
They were called "Gypsies" because Europeans mistakenly believed they came from Egypt. But Gypsies are actually an ethnic group called Roma (Romani or Romany), NOT to be confused with Romanians or the ancient Romans.
Schwerer Gustav was the largest-calibre rifled weapon ever used in combat, and in terms of overall weight, the heaviest mobile artillery piece ever built. It fired the heaviest shells of any artillery piece, and it was referenced in Breaking Bad!
Unwillingly Kept Alive
On the morning of September 30th, 1999, at Japan's Tokaimura nuclear power plant, and a preventable accident caused an unfathomable amount of suffering for Hisashi Ouchi.
For the most part, water in boat=having a bad time. Well, there is one story from history that took this notion and flipped it on its head. The crazy sonz-a-bitches on the USS Texas during WW2 intentionally filled their vessel with water because it somehow helped them beat the Nazis!
Anniversary Episode 3
For my 3rd Anniversary episode, we will be taking a look back on the past year, not just in what the Podcast has done, but what my wife and I have been through in our personal lives. This is a reflection on 2022.
Gustaf Håkansson applied to join in an endurance bicycle race in Sweden that spanned the entire country... his application was rejected because Gustaf was 66 years old.
Nuclear Fusion and Our Future
Within the last month or so, the US National Ignition Facility in California conducted a nuclear fusion experiment. That is because if nuclear fusion can be replicated on earth at an industrial scale, it could provide virtually limitless clean, safe, and affordable energy to meet the world’s demand.
Blanche Monnier's life story is tragic. There are two different stories surrounding her life one with a scary villain that did horrible things to her... and the true story that I find even more haunting.
Among Us is an enjoyable social game that also reveals quite a lot about us humans and how we work together.
Philly Bombed Itself
May 19th of 1985 the Philadelphia Police dropped a bomb on a Philadelphian residential block. They let the fires blaze for over an hour and a half before allowing fire and rescue to respond.
Sports and Human History
I like sports. Hell, I even love sports. I don't memorize stats or even watch professional sports on a consistent basis, but I do have a deep appreciation for each game. Over the years I've heard tid bits of stories surrounding the history and origin of certain sports. So I decided to dig into that a little deeper and make a podcast episode about it.
Sea Monkeys: From the Moon to the KKK
Perhaps the most memorable thing about Sea Monkeys was how unremarkable they were and how that seemed to have taught an entire generation an important lesson: reality isn't nearly as spectacular as our dreams.
Giants of Old
Giants, did they and do they still walk among us?
Traveling can be fun or it can be a nightmare... or both. But when arriving at Denver, Colorado via airplane, the gazes of travelers inevitably fall on a giant statue that not only appears as if it has trotted right out of a nightmare, but has a back story suggesting it is cursed.
Nightmare in Cambodia
What if I told you Wes Craven based his horror classic on real-life events? The real-life inspiration for this iconic horror film was a family that survived the Cambodian genocide of the 1970s.
Leif Erikson Day
About 500 years before Christopher Columbus crossed the ocean blue (1492), Erik the Red and Leif Erikson set out on the North Atlantic Ocean and started settlements on Greenland. Erik's son Leif went on to be the first European to reach the New World, a feat that was so difficult that he was seldom believed by his fellow man.
The town of Palisade was known as the most dangerous and lawless town in America... but is now known as the world's first theme park!
Tomoaki Hamatsu was manipulated and lied to in order to boost ratings of a Japanese Reality TV show. He is credited for hosting the first-ever video game live stream. He is in the Guinness book of world records. He has scaled Mount Everest. He is The Eggplant.
The Blog: https://acunit.home.blog/2022/09/21/the-eggplant/
The Caves Have Eyes
This week's episode is about Sawney Bean and his clan of murderous incest cannibal family members.
Mary Vincent Refused to Die
Mary Vincent is an artist and victims' advocate. She became known to the public after surviving a violent attack in which her arms were cut off while hitchhiking in 1978. Vincent has focused her adult life on her art, and she generally avoids the public spotlight.
The Worst Road Trip I Have Ever Taken
This past weekend was one of my best friend's bachelor party that was supposed to be in Charleston SC. But the Best Man took all of our money for the mansion on the beach, booked a crappy shack 30+ minutes out of town, and snorted the $3,700 leftover... right up his now scabbed and scarred nose.
Sorry for the interference... I think I need a new mic.
MKULTRA was a sweeping CIA program investigating mind control and often using unknowing civilians as test subjects.
Napoleon and his Tendon
Napoleon Bonaparte, later known by his regnal name Napoleon I, was a French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful campaigns during the Revolutionary Wars... and after his death, his "mummified tendon" went on a bizarre journey.
After surviving the Great Depression and World War II, Dick Proenneke ventured to Alaska in search of a simple life away from the world — and ended up staying there in a cabin he built by hand for the next three decades.
Quicksand isn't nearly as dangerous as all those old movies make it out to be... or is it?!
Morse code is one of the most efficient forms of communication and has been the subject of some pivotal moments throughout history.
Squid can fly... deal with it.
The Dyatlov Pass Incident
The Dyatlov Pass incident was about 9 hikers in the Soviet Union that tragically and mysteriously died in the Ural Mountains in February of 1959. The circumstances surrounding their deaths are horrifying.
The Whisky War
Episode #119 is about one of the greatest diplomatic resolutions to an international dispute in history.
What would it take to disappear in today's society? How and why might someone pack up and say goodbye to everything they once knew?
Spontaneous Human Combustion
When I found out people catch on fire for no apparent reason it scared the sh*t out of me as a kid.
The French Foreign Legion
The Legion is comprised of some badass fellas, but so are a lot of other military units around the world. The reason why the FFL is unique, the reason I decided to do a podcast episode on them, is how they recruit.
The world's greatest stuntman is the topic of this week's episode. Blog: https://acunit.home.blog/2022/06/08/evel-knievel/
50 Shades of Blue
Contrary to what the title suggests, episode #114 is just about the different branches and departments of law enforcement within the USA.
Popping pimples, eating spicy food, watching horror movies, and riding roller coasters are all things that people derive pleasure from via Benign Masochism.
Animals you think of as cute are still just animals... doing animalistic things.
The story of Roald Dahl goes beyond his authored works. His famous stories, like many other authors, are but the byproduct of his colorful life.
This is the story of the only priest to have ever been executed on US soil.
What is the legality of Finder's Keepers? Whether it be buried treasure or a cool $4million in cash you found out in the woods, what should you do with it?
Lava Sharks and a Demon Rock
This week I will be covering topics that were sent to me by fans, two topics to be precise: Lava Sharks and a Demon Rock.
Cats: Angels or Demons
People worshipped cats. I've known that since I was a kid. But there's more to it.
The Battle of Blair Mountain
The largest uprising in United States history was between a community of coal miners and the companies that employed them.
The Elephant's Foot
The largest mass of corium in the world ate through a concrete floor and is sitting in the basement of the Chernobyl reactor right now. If you spent minutes in the room with it you will most likely die.
Also, I added a new segment to the end of this episode so listen until the end or skip to the end if you want to hear that.
Michael C Rockefeller
With America's Prince lost in the jungle in the early 1960's the world was shocked. The rumors that followed were gruesome to say the least.
The Jaws of Life
Just 3 minutes to save a life. My dad actually was rescued by the Jaws of Life, pretty cool.
The Michelin Star Story
This week's episode is about the Michelin Star rating system for restaurants and why the most prestigous rating system for food is operated by a tire company.
Khutulun: Warrior Princess of the Moon
Khutulun was Ghengis Kahn's great-great-granddaughter. And while history remembers her best for her relation to Ghengis Kahn, Khutulun the princess of 10,000 horses and pride and glory of the Mongol Horde was a force all her own.
The Coca Cola Secret
The Coca-Cola Company is one of, if not THE American Companies. Their history shows it and their secrets are intriguing.
There is a spectacular style of martial arts that comes out of Brazil and I want to share what I have learned about it with you.
Blog version: https://acunit.home.blog/2022/02/09/capoeira/
Shannon and I talk about our mead making process and how you can make mead yourself!
This week's episode is of a strange and dark story. It is a true story that will elicit both intrigue and horror. And I might have applied some inappropriate humor to the tale.
Also for the recommendation segment: ROCK AND STONE!
Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2022/01/26/lobster-boy/
Hawaiian pizza was invented in Canada by a Greek immigrant, who was inspired by Chinese food to put a South American ingredient on an Italian dish, that went on to be most popular in Australia.
Written version: https://acunit.home.blog/2022/01/19/hawaiian-pizza/
DART, Webb, and Other STEM Updates
The world's progress in STEM endeavors hasn't stopped. We as humans are still blazing forward towards discovering the answers to the Universe's secrets.
Anniversary Episode 2
In this episode, I take a look back at another year of podcasting.
I've known of Rasputin ever since I saw the Hellboy movie back in 2004. But that was a comic book version of a real-life person. This episode delves into one of the most eccentric figures to come out of 19th century Russia.
Blog post: http://acunit.home.blog/2021/12/29/rasputin/
The history of, modern practice, and some of the biggest names to ever be bounty hunters. BLOG: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/12/22/bounty-hunting/
The Blood Countess
Hungary's first known serial killer was a sick and twisted one. Accompanying Blog Post: http://acunit.home.blog/2021/12/15/the-blood-countess/
Xenobots: Robots that Reproduce
Programmed cells from the embryos of an African clawed frog were told to do simple things like spin in a circle and go forward. Scientist were elated when they succeeded, and shocked when their programmed cell clusters started to reproduce.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/12/08/xenobots-first-living-robots/
James Webb Space Telescope
Space exploration really tickles all of my fancies. Learning about what is out there in the final frontier of space... it just matters. With the James Webb Space Telescope: It is time for humanity to dredge up a few more of the universe's secrets and put them on display for the world to see!
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/12/01/james-webb-space-telescope/
Where does our Poop go?
That Thing That Happened in Erfurt
I purposefully made this episode's title super non-descriptive on purpose. I want to see if you Who'd a Thunkers can guess what happened in Erfurt. No cheating now.
Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/11/17/that-thing-that-happened-in-erfurt/
Queen of the Pirates
Madame Zheng was a badass woman of the South China Sea.
Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/11/10/queen-of-the-pirates/
Cowboy Amongst Thieves
Ralph Lamb was a cowboy Sheriff straight out of a John Wayne western movie except he was enforcing the law in 20th century Las Vegas.
Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/11/03/cowboy-amongst-thieves/
The Russian Sleep Experiment
I'll read the viral story horror story from 2010 and go into what truth lies behind it.
Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/10/27/russian-sleep-experiment/
Operation Wandering Souls
During the Vietnam War psychological warfare was used, and it is terrifying.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/10/20/operation-wandering-souls/
The Beautiful Ones
Rape, Murder, and Cannibalistic Feasts are what these unlucky rodents created for themselves in their dystopian enclosure. This is the Universe 25 Experiment.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/10/14/the-beautiful-ones/
The Dead of Lake Nyos
You've heard of natural disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis, forest fires, volcanoes, hurricanes, and landslides and how lethal each of them can be. But what if I told you Lakes could kill?
Accompanying Blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/10/06/the-dead-of-lake-nyos/
Most cars take gas, Teslas take electricity, but did you know some cars run on Hydrogen?
Bobby Pearce: A Different Kind of Hero
Bobby didn't rescue orphans from a burning building or anything like that. But he is a hero nonetheless. Find out why. Give this episode a listen.
The Savior: Shavarsh Karapetyan
Armenian world champion finswimmer Shavarsh Karapetyan is a true hero.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/09/16/the-savior-shavarsh-karapetyan/
This is the 76th Episode of Who'd a Thunk It? and it is all about explosives!
Accompanying blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/09/09/explosives/
They are called cocaine hippos because of their origins... not because they do cocaine.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/09/02/cocaine-hippos/
Have you ever heard of Wagyu beef? Well, it seems amazing and expensive. Wagyu translates to Japanese Cow.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/08/26/japan-cow/
Whoever Dies with the Most Stuff Wins
This episode is about a guy from Western Africa in the 14th Century named Musa.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/08/19/whoever-dies-with-the-most-stuff-wins/
This episode is about a little city in Brazil called Americana.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/08/12/the-confederados/
What's with the Powdered Wigs?
They look ridiculous, made your head sweaty, and I would imagine they are irritatingly itchy. So... what's with the Powdered Wigs?
Accompanying blog post: http://acunit.home.blog/2021/08/05/whats-with-the-powdered-wigs/
Britain's High Court Repo Men
I like to watch a little-known British reality TV show called Can't Pay We'll Take It Away. this episode is all about that show and how absurd it seems to a Yank like myself.
Accompanying blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/07/29/britains-high-court-repo-men/
The IceCraft Carrier
This is another World War 2 episode about what would have been the largest and most unorthodox sea vessels ever created.
Accompanying blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/07/22/icecraft-carrier/
Clear Channel: Why Radio Sucks
When I was in undergrad at Slippery Rock University my history in broadcasting professor dedicated an entire class to learning about the decline of the American Radio medium.
Accompanying blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/07/15/clear-channel-why-radio-sucks/
Pigeons & People
Other titles I thought to use for this episode were Missile Guiding Pigeons and Superstitious Pigeons, but I decided to pick the most boring title.
Accomanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/06/24/pigeons-and-people/
Electric Scooters EVERYWHERE
Where did they come from and what do they want?
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/06/16/electric-scooters-everywhere/
Accompanying Blog Post: acunit.home.blog/2021/06/10/achoo/
My Mother & Microwaves
This episode is about microwave ovens and the fears that some people harbor towards them... like my mother.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/06/03/my-mother-and-microwaves/
Lawn Darts: Weapons of War
This episode is about the lawn game from the 80's quickly fading from our collective memories.
Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/05/27/lawn-darts/
The Nazi Hunting Wizard
To me and my generation, he was the Sith Lord Count Dooku from Star Wars and the Evil Wizard Saruman from Lord of the Rings. It turns out his real-life story was much more legendary than either of those fictional characters combined. This episode is about Sir Christopher Frank Tarantini Lee.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/05/20/the-nazi-hunting-wizard/
Technology: Whether it be a hammer or auto-learning visual computer AI, humans will find a way to use it to both improve society and to create chaos within it.
Accompanying Blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/05/12/deepfake/
Accompanying Blog post: acunit.home.blog/2021/05/06/the-cult-of-personality/
This episode is about one of my favorite pastimes and I make an announcement that affects the podcast as a whole.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/04/29/road-trippin/
A story worth telling about a man with GRIT during the Civil War.
I share a very real and very embarrassing fact I found out about myself whilst researching this one.
Accompanying Blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/04/21/smalls/
This Korean trend of eating lots of delicious food is bizarre... and oddly satisfying to watch.
Special guest: Shannon!
Accompanying Blog post: http://acunit.home.blog/2021/04/15/mukbang/
The Cemetery Angel
This episode is a story of compassion.
Accompanying blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/04/08/the-cemetery-angel/
Der Kluge Hans
This episode is about a horse of course!
Silent Winged Flying Coffins
I'm convinced the men who volunteered to get into these gliders of WW2were nutcases.
Accompanying Blog Post: http://acunit.home.blog/?p=1586
Behind Josey Wales
The story behind one of my favorite westerns begs one of my favorite ethical questions: can you separate the art from the artist?
Accompanying blog post: http://acunit.home.blog/?p=1605
Helmet Graffiti of the Vietnam War
Accompanying blog post: acunit.home.blog/?p=1569
Paul Revere's midnight ride was a colorful lie.
The more detailed version is on the accompanying blog post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/03/04/inaccurately-revered/
NASCAR and American History
NASCAR isn't a topic you would ever catch me discussing until I created this episode. This episode is dedicated to my friend Velcro.
Accompanying Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2021/02/25/nascar/
LoFi: Music's Blank Canvas
LoFi, I like it playing in the background almost all the time.
Hodge Podge of Ideas
Listen to me go through the rejected concepts I chose not to use for a full-length episode, but are still fun to ponder.
Here is the accompanying Blog Post with tons of visual aids and videos: http://acunit.home.blog/2021/02/11/hodge-podge-of-ideas/
Living Together: Symbiotic Relationships
Listen in for some fascinating ways that humans live alongside and work together with wildlife.
Here is the accompanying blog post: Living Together: Symbiotic Relationships – The Journal of A_C_Unit (home.blog)
The Great Green Wall
Humanity is coming together to preserve massive ecosystems in Africa. This is the largest living man-made structure in history.
Here is the accompanying blog post: The Great Green Wall – The Journal of A_C_Unit (home.blog)
Human VS Robot
Accompanying Blog Post: acunit.home.blog/2021/01/21/human-vs-robot/
Falun Gong: The Cult You Should Be Watching Part 2
Falun Gong: The Cult You Should Be Watching
This Cult in direct opposition to the Chinese Communist Party, and for good reason. But make no mistake, they are no ally to democracy.
Anniversary Episode 1
Looking back on my first year of podcasting. I started Who'd a Thunk It in January of 2020... a lot has changed.
Trash Bandits: The Second Half
Trash Bandits: The First Half
For Christmas this year I decided to read a story I wrote for my Nen back in 2019. It is about a group of raccoons and their decisions to survive off of a human family in the Appalachian mountains. In this episode, I read the first 3 parts of the story. Tune in next week for the rest.
Tarrare: Gluttony Incarnate
In the 18th century there lived a French man who's appetite was so fierce, it was disgusting. Here is a link to the accompanying blog post: http://acunit.home.blog/2020/12/10/tarrare-gluttony-incarnate/
The Winter War & the White Death
Similar to the episode I did on Jim Thorpe, this week's episode is going to be on a specific person from history. But instead of one of the most influential athletes of the 20th Century... this episode is about Simo Häyhä, the deadliest sniper of the 20th Century.
If they Breathe, They can Buy
Multi-Level Marketing is the business model responsible for tearing communities apart. They are the reason your distant relatives and old high school classmates message you: "Want to boost your monthly income? Don't miss out on this 1-time opportunity!"
You Won the Lottery! … Now What?
We all like to daydream about what we would do with an enormous jackpot, but have you ever thought about what you would have to practically do if you won? It isn't just as easy as collecting your winnings and enjoying the rest of your life.
For 9 months of our lives we all exist without air. Since the 1960's scientist have been trying to figure out how we humans could possibly breath liquid later in life as well, turning Science Fiction in to Reality.
The Ghost & the Darkness
This is a variety episode about why I love Halloween, what horror movies I find worth watching, and a couple terrifying facts about our reality.
Pennsylvania Folklore: Part 3 - The Wilson Siblings
The Wilson Siblings of Chester County is an old Pennsylvania Tragedy.
Pennsylvania Folk Lore: Part 2 - The Philadelphia Experiment
Pennsylvania Folklore: Part 1
The first ever WHO'D A THUNK IT FRIGHTFEST episode features a series of short stories surrounding the Keystone state.
ButterBean: King of the Four Rounders
The man with the atomic fists!
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Was your childhood filled with dreams of working in customer service? No? ... me neither.
Why are we here?... IDK, but music is one of the things that makes me glad that we are. This episode is about Rainbow Connection and other songs like it. The songs that bring forth that genuine smile in people.
What is the oldest living thing?
Can you guess what the oldest living thing is on our planet?
Japan's Inked Past
How do you make sure your entire society is aware of individual's criminal record before the information age? Why not tattoo it right on their forehead for all to see! Japan's history with the art of tattooing is... fascinatingly complicated.
Bonus Episode: A Credit to Learning
Drupka Kunley: A Divine Madman
Drupka Kunley was a 15th century Yogi who brought enlightenment to women with his legendary phallus that the people called the "Thunderbolt of Flaming Wisdom." In return he asked to be paid in booze... I kid you not. Welcome to Bhutan.
The city of Los Angeles California in the early 1990's experienced a cultural divide like nothing the country had seen in modern times. Now it is happening again.
North Sentinel Island
In the Bay of Bengal lays an Island that is 23 square miles of Lethal Mystery.
Whiskey, Nectar of the gods.
Jim Thorpe was a Legendary Athlete and the first Native American to win an Olympic Gold Medal.
What are those white lines in the sky and why are some people so freaked out by them?
This beer chugging, cigarette smoking Corporal served in the 22nd Artillery Supply Company of the Polish II Corps during World War 2. He was a Syrian Brown Bear.
The Durable Iron Mike Malloy
An Irish immigrant living in New York City during the Great Depression and Prohibition is the target of 5 desperate men known as the Murder Trust.
This morbid phrase from ancient Rome has evolved into a motivational tool for people all over the globe... and it is also one of my Tattoos!
Trademark, Patent, or Copyright?
What is the difference between a Trademark, a Patent, and Copyright? Learn about intellectual property law on this episode, and listen for a legal surprise at the end :)
Darth Bane: Part One
One Thousand years before Luke Skywalker Destroyed the Death Star, the Galaxy was being torn apart by a war between the Jedi's Republic and the Sith's Brotherhood of Darkness. Neither side could have predicted what would happen when Darth Bane joined the fight.
Sacred Band of Thebes
How 150 pairs of gay lover warriors toppled the Spartans, to rule over the entire ancient Greek World.
Related Blog Post: https://acunit.home.blog/2020/03/26/sacred-band-of-thebes-an-all-gay-army-battalion-in-ancient-greece/
The Monk and the Finger
In the shortest episode yet, I read a story I wrote for my blog a few years ago.
10 Cent Beer Night: An Almost Tragedy
Fried Chicken and the KKK: A Conspiracy Theory
Fried Chicken Chains thought to be sterilizing African American men due to influence by the Klu Klux Klan
Galapagos Goat Wars
Man introduces goats to islands - Goats eat everything on the islands - The Islands' other species start to starve - Man sets out to eradicate all goats on the island