Scientific Podcast Goes Boink, Episode 18: Today's the Day I Become Dave Barry

A conversation about Tyler Perry becomes a conversation about terrible newspaper writing and partly-thawed halibut. It's Scientific Podcast Goes Boink!

Pete and Bill return with more conversation for you and only minor technical difficulties! They discuss the Los Angeles Times throwing unwarranted shade at Tyler Perry, Bill throwing more-warranted shade at Tyler Perry, what the Tyler Perry process is like, bad newspaper writing, the glory of Dave Nordstrand and what the heck happened to that hamburger.

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For your full enjoyment, links to things discussed in the podcast:

- Facebook Study (pdf)
- LA Times on Facebook study

- For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf'
- Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor -
- Dave Nordstrand on Life's Annoying Episodes
- Nordstrand - Don't Fence Us In

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