Scientific Podcast Goes Boink, Episode 29: Don't Ask Lindsay Lohan For A Quote

Stephen Dunn

It's podcastin' time! Let's catch up with Kristen Ray, who helps us discuss our vernacular and how we visualize things.

This time around, we are joined by Kristen Ray of Would Eat. She circles the wagons with Pete and Bill and the three friends discuss personal vernacular, when to engage people in inclusive discussion, "There's That Word Again," Lindsay Lohan's foot-in-mouth disease, Christina Aguilera's penis cake for her baby, how we visualize the days of the week and the only two acceptable reasons for driving like a maniac.

You can click the below Flash player to listen immediately. Extended show notes and links are below.

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

- News McGee
- Selena Gomez, "Come & Get It"
- Radiohead, "Knives Out"
- "I don't want to be positioned as 'the reasonable one'"
- R-Word.org
- Kobe Bryant declares "your gay" not OK
- Lindsay Lohan calls Obama "First colored president"
- Christina Aguilera's bris

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