#30 – I Like Beer!

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Take me out to the ball game! Throw hot dogs at my head! Knife me and kiss me and scream at me. I won’t care, cuz the beer’s almost free! Yes, it’s Ten Cent Beer Night in Cleveland, Where thousands of fans broke the law; Its a nightmare for normal folks, But a dream for Kavanaugh!

#29 – Do You Hear The People Sign?

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There are millions of Deaf Americans. Tone deaf Americans, unfortunately, outnumber them massively. This week, the guys learn all about the 1988 Deaf President Now! movement within Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf in Washington, DC. It’s an inspiring story of peaceful protest, unity, and corndogs, a story which will leave you filled with the spirit of Les Mis, […]

#26 – Torture Me Elmo

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Toys are dangerous. We all know that Legos present a choking hazard and an Easy Bake Oven will burn your child to death, but did you know that Beanie Baby ownership can lead to a serious heroine habit? This week, the guys play around with the most tragic fad toys in history, from the Pet Rock to the Tomagotchi. Pitch […]

#25 – Severed, Severed Ear

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Nee means nee, Vinny. Sure, you know about the ear thing, but Vincent Van Gogh, who personified the starving, tortured artist of the 19th Century, also left an unparalleled artistic legacy, complete with haystacks, starry nights and armless Flemish peasant women.┬áThis week, the guys wander around in his┬ábrilliant, yet troubled mind, only to come back with a Belgian miner and […]

#24 – We’re MacFucked

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Theater people are superstitious. Usually, those superstitions are completely fabricated. But the “Scottish Play” thing is real, you guys. It’s so real. This week, the guys tread the boards in search of the origin of the supposed curse, touching on some of the most unhinged moments of theater history. In the process, they will answer the question of how an […]

#23 – Wow Wowie Wow Wow

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In 1969, the Woodstock Music Festival was the epitome of peace, love, and harmony. This is not that story. Join the guys as they dive into the disease pool of the Powder Ridge Rock Festival of 1970, Connecticut’s answer to Woodstock. Have a refreshing drink of hepatitis, grab some poison ivy and meet us down at the Freak-Out Place!