Mike and Steve talk their way through learning about unfamiliar topics. They don't know what they're doing.
We Don’t Know The Mandela Effect
Have you ever been so sure that you remembered something, only to find out that's not how it actually went down? Sometimes lots of people mis-remember exactly the same things. This week, we explore the strange phenomenon of "The Mandela Effect."
We Don’t Know How To Feel About TV: LGBTQ+
We've been having a lot of feelings about some... questionable content on old TV shows. Kicking off a mini-series about how to resolve old shows we like with themes that aren't appropriate, we're focusing this week on queer culture in TV and how we've felt about it over the years.
We Don’t Know Virtual Learning
The COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of Americans into going to school online this year. As many teachers, students and families struggle to adapt, we talk to Nicolette VanDelinder, a fully virtual teacher based in Colorado, to see how virtual classrooms differ from the physical and what parents and students can do to make the best of it.
This week we also announced our commitment to becoming better allies to the Black community. Join us to educate yourself by checking out Justice in June, an online learning resource created by Autumn Gupta and Bryanna Wallace for those wanting to become better allies to the Black community.
We Don’t Know Phobias
Phobias are more than just "not liking" something - they're an overwhelming (and sometimes debilitating) fear. Are they psychological or engrained into us by evolution? And why does the iPhone 11 Pro freak some people out? Find out on this episode!
We Don’t Know Pinball
Arcades are quickly becoming relics of our past and along with them, one of the earliest forms of arcade gaming - pinball. This week, special guest Chad Concelmo joins us to visit the Pacific Pinball Museum and learn about this history and art form that is creating pinball tables.
We Don’t Know National Night Out
National Night Out is an annual event designed to bring communities together with law enforcement to reduce crime. But why haven't we attended before? And why is it held on a different day in Texas?!
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