Scientific Podcast Goes Boink, Episode 55: That Wasn't A Joke, That Was My Life

It's time to hear some embarrassing stories from Bill's past. Bring your giggle pants.

On this episode, Pete and Bill sit down to talk and Bill decides to tell a smattering of embarrassing stories from his past, dealing mostly with how dumb guys can be when they're young and in pursuit of love. Somehow, this transitions into a discussion of Miley Cyrus, the VMAs and just how endlessly awful is Terry Richardson.

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

- Leduc Violet episode
- Swingers, Mike leaves a message
- Pete, "untitled (pitbull)"
- Miley Cyrus, "Jolene" (Backyard Sessions)
- Terry Richardson is a fucking scumbag, like serial sexual harassment/probably assault
- Miley Cyrus, "Wrecking Ball" (we strongly recommend audio only)
- Miley Cyrus at the VMAs
- Anil Dash's Miley tweet
- Vulture is determined not to like Miley Cyrus rapping
- Leduc Violet's Miley tweet

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