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If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks, then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.

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    • Gesellschaft und Kultur

If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks, then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.

    Barefoot Running: The Best Podcast Episode in History

    Barefoot Running: The Best Podcast Episode in History

    What is barefoot running? I think you know. But we'll detail all of the ins and outs. Listen and learn!
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    • 44 Min.
    Short Stuff: Byford Dolphin Incident

    Short Stuff: Byford Dolphin Incident

    In 1983, what may be the worst diving catastrophe in the history of deep sea oil exploration took place when a pressurized chamber was opened, instantly killing four divers inside.
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    • 14 Min.
    Why Postal Employees Go Postal

    Why Postal Employees Go Postal

    1993 was known as the peak of a disturbing trend in America: post office shootings, carried out by postal workers. A stunned country looked for answers and turned up a toxic workplace that seemed to be driving some workers past their breaking point.
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    • 51 Min.
    SYSK Selects: How the Placebo Effect Works

    SYSK Selects: How the Placebo Effect Works

    For centuries, doctors have prescribed drugs they knew weren't real – but that still somehow worked. It wasn't until the 1980s that the placebo effect was studied. Learn all about how an inert substance can have a genuine impact on a patient's recovery, in this classic episode.
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    • 42 Min.
    The Tulsa 'Race Riots'

    The Tulsa 'Race Riots'

    In reality, the Tulsa "race riots" of 1921 was more like a massacre. Yet it was almost lost to history until 1997, and still not widely known outside of Oklahoma until HBO's The Watchmen put it on the cultural map. Learn all about this dark chapter in American history today. 
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    • 48 Min.
    Short Stuff: The Mona Lisa

    Short Stuff: The Mona Lisa

    The Mona Lisa is a captivating work of art. But why? We'll try and figure it out in today's short stuff.
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    • 14 Min.

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j0hax ,

Probably my favorite

I’ve been listening to this podcast for over ten years (middle school to college).
I’ve listened to a lot of other podcasts but this is the only one that has stuck with me all this time. It really opened my eyes up to what is (and has!) going/gone on in the world. Josh & Chuck do fantastic work and I hope they will keep it up for the next ten years.

Cookie-Guy ,

Entertaining but shallow

In my opinion this show is entertaining: the hosts are chatty and present interesting facts, which I would, however, classify as fun facts. Hence the conversation doesn’t go into much depth and easily drifts off topic. So you don’t really learn all too much of the podcast topic. Furthermore I don’t really like 3 advertisement breaks per podcast, a bit too much and in my opinion 1 would be enough. All in all it’s worth a listen, but don’t have too high expectations.

Wendybird9 ,

Very entertaining!

A real classic. An insightful show with a variety of interesting topics, presented with a lot of fun and heart. Love it.

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