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Jul 10, 2009

This week we start off talking about animals in the world, from the cute capybara to killer pythons. From there we talk about my favorite channel, Discovery, which is starting up a new series called The Colony and paying tribute to legendary infomercial host Billy Mays. Speaking of television and fame, we get into celebrity cannibalism and how being boring can help you dodge the paparazzi. After that, it's on to companies who manufacture fake receipts and the weight of temporal elasticity versus the need for Medieval Times. Moving on, we take some time to deliberate on TV and movie advertising, and on the opposite side, the recent sale of Pirate Bay. Finally, the incredibly powerful need for style over substance when it comes to packing material. 

Opening Music: "Alive WIP v2" by George Carpenter
Closing Music: "Blau.ton" by Rauschwerk

Dave (UK)
almost ten years ago

I have no idea where to start here. One of your best episodes. Periodically asked myself, \"How did they get to this subject?\" Seamless, really seamless. Brilliant.

By the way, see you went for the suggested performance art for the last 6 minutes. ;o)