Hello babies! A special greetings to our new co-host Ringo, who has taken over for Joey. Joey is unavailable for comment. On today's episode, we answer some of our more pressing fan submitted questions and Emily vents about a stranger child. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Human Mail, or, "the transportation of a person through the postal system, usually as a stowaway. While rare, there have been some reported cases of people attempting to travel through the mail." Hey, beats flying Spirit Airlines!
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58:14Hello babies! This is the first episode we've recorded in 2022, and you won't be shocked to hear that we're totally new people! On today's episode, we talk about horses and plants. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Timothy Dexter. If you're interested in learning about a bear enthusiast, I suggest you read the Wikipedia page for Timothy Treadwell instead. Timothy Dexter was an American businessman. His affinity for bears is not noteworthy in the slightest.
58:15Hello babies!Welcome to 2022, a fresh start awaits! Lisa is trying to be a bit more bilingual, and Emily is still trying to understand why her neighbors are so awful. They also discuss some of their least favorite holiday films. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Automobile Folklore," a list of the diverse customs and superstitions linked to that four wheeled vehicle we all love.
1:00:03Hello babies! The holiday season is in full effect, so we have an extra cozy episode in store for you! On today's nog flavored episode, we have a very special Gävle Goat update. We also check in with Martha Stewart, who has treated herself to some new friesian horses. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Snap-dragon (game). Snap-dragon (also known as Flap-dragon, Snapdragon, or Flapdragon) was a parlour game popular from about the 16th century. Impress your friends by saying "A Flap-dragon for your service, Sir!" Sponsored by Lumi Labs - use “TINY” for 30% off anything on microdosegummies.com
1:01:02Hello babies! Thank you for listening to our podcast, which is technically STEAM education. On today's episode, Lisa sits next to a rude passenger on a flight, and Emily's dog Alan is doing better. On Chunch Chat, we judge Martha's recent exploits. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Vulcana," an early fitness influencer. Miriam Kate Williams (6 May 1874 – 8 August 1946) sometimes called Kate Roberts and better known by her stage name Vulcana, was a Welsh strongwoman born of Irish parents in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.
1:06:49Hello babies!On today's episode, a mean child from the day care next door broke Emily's skeleton. Just to clarify, I mean her artificial novelty Halloween decoration skeleton. Also, Lisa had some public impure thoughts about Tom and Cousin Greg from Succession.On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Hobby Tunneling," tunnel construction as a diversion. Usually, hobby tunnelers dig their tunnels by hand, using little equipment, and some can spend years or even decades to achieve any degree of completion. In some cases tunnels have been dug secretly, and only discovered by chance.
53:50Hello babies!What does November mean to you? Is it the start of the Holiday season, or is it a time of... retention? When the leaves change and start to fall, does your mind turn to gift wrap or no fap? Chestnut or no nut? On today's episode, Emily shares the story of her recent car accident. Tune in to find out how she's doing! On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Stoor Worm, a gigantic evil sea serpent of Orcadian folklore, capable of contaminating plants and destroying animals and humans with its putrid breath.
55:42Hello babies! On today's episode, Lisa experiences jury duty, and we explain why you should care about this IATSE stuff. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Xtabay, a Yucatec Maya myth about the female demon (and role model?), Xtabay, a supernatural femme fatale who preys upon men in the Yucatán Peninsula.
1:09:28Happy MaxFun Block Party, babies! And a special welcome to all the new babies out there! This episode is made with the new listener in mind. If you're a long time listener, don't fret! There will be plenty for you to enjoy. On Wiki of the Week, we read the most requested Wikipedia page that we've already read. "Le Pétomane was a French flatulist (professional farter) and entertainer. He was famous for his remarkable control of the abdominal muscles, which enabled him to seemingly fart at will. His stage name combines the French verb péter, "to fart" with the -mane, "-maniac" suffix, which translates to "fartomaniac". The profession is referred to as "flatulist", "farteur", or "fartiste". Make sure to check out other very high quality Maximum Fun podcasts this week - everyone is making episodes focused on new listeners. Maybe there's a show that sounds interesting, but you don't exactly know where to start? This is the week to dive in!
56:23Hello babies! First things first, If you're a member of IATSE, we encourage you to vote yes on the strike! On today's episode, we discuss the interesting Super Mario Bros: The Movie casting choices. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for Ashrita Furman, the holder of the Guinness world record for the most Guinness world records.
50:05Hello babies! It's starting to feel like Autumn, so maybe load your dog in a pram and go for a stroll? On today's episode, Lisa narrowly avoids an interaction and Emily's husband has regained his sense of taste. We also recap who on White Lotus is the most hateworthy. On Wiki of the Week, we read the Wikipedia page for "Frog Battery," an electrochemical battery consisting of a number of dead frogs (or sometimes live ones), which form the cells of the battery connected in a series arrangement. It is a kind of biobattery.