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Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You Time for another classic! According to the romantic comedy canon, only straight people fall in love. In the final installment of their rom com podcast series, Cristen and Caroline examine how mainstream titles treat LGBTQ characters and how queer rom coms subvert expected tropes. Learn more about your ad-choices at […]

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Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You As the decade comes to a close, Anney and Samantha look back on some of the biggest moments for women in the 2010s. Time for another classic! According to the romantic comedy canon, only straight people fall in love. In the final installment of their rom com podcast series, Cristen […]

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The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist In episode 544, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Ali Ghandour to discuss Rand Paul’s feelings on the current situation, the Pentagon claiming they would not destroy Iranian cultural sites, Iraq signing a letter for the US troops to leave, congressman Paul Gosar posting photoshopped images to prove his dumb points, […]

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The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist In episode 544, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Ali Ghandour to discuss Rand Paul’s feelings on the current situation, the Pentagon claiming they would not destroy Iranian cultural sites, Iraq signing a letter for the US troops to leave, congressman Paul Gosar posting photoshopped images to prove his dumb points, […]

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BrainStuff

BrainStuff When something or someone is particularly emblematic of the U.S., we often say they’re ‘as American as apple pie’. Learn the history of apple pie, plus how that phrase got started, in this episode of BrainStuff. School buses are much safer than other vehicles on the road, statistically speaking, but they’d be even safer […]

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BrainStuff

BrainStuff When something or someone is particularly emblematic of the U.S., we often say they’re ‘as American as apple pie’. Learn the history of apple pie, plus how that phrase got started, in this episode of BrainStuff. School buses are much safer than other vehicles on the road, statistically speaking, but they’d be even safer […]

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This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class On this day in 1811, the German Coast Uprising, a slave revolt in modern-day Louisiana, began.  On this day in 1979, Vietnamese troops occupied Phnom Penh and overthrew Pol Pot’s regime.  On this day in 1912, German geophysicist and meteorologist Alfred Wegener first presented his hypothesis on continental drift in […]

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This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class On this day in 1811, the German Coast Uprising, a slave revolt in modern-day Louisiana, began.  On this day in 1979, Vietnamese troops occupied Phnom Penh and overthrew Pol Pot’s regime.  On this day in 1912, German geophysicist and meteorologist Alfred Wegener first presented his hypothesis on continental drift in […]

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This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class On this day in 1811, the German Coast Uprising, a slave revolt in modern-day Louisiana, began.  On this day in 1979, Vietnamese troops occupied Phnom Penh and overthrew Pol Pot’s regime.  On this day in 1912, German geophysicist and meteorologist Alfred Wegener first presented his hypothesis on continental drift in […]

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