Unlikely Podcast

Month: December, 2012

5 Golden Rings!

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4 Days to Christmas!

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You Must Be Mayan to Me about Doomsday!Image

Strange Christmas Traditions and White Elephants

Sanford v Sanford and Son

Not once, not twice, but thrice!

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Disney’s No Land

North Korea’s Battleship

MacAfee’s flight to Florida

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Sophomore Slump!

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Egypt: Democracy in Denial!

Bigfoot Balloon: Seeing the Imaginary

Person of the Year

Black Eyed Friday

Top Story: Black Friday “An analysis by pricing research firm Decide Inc. and The Wall Street Journal of this year’s most-touted Black Friday deals found that many of the bargains advertised as “doorbusters” were available at lower prices at other times of the year—sometimes even at the same retailer.”

Moon Blowing: AMERICA planned to blow up the moon with a nuclear bomb in the 1950s, reports have claimed.

US Military chiefs were reportedly keen on the sensational plot as a show of strength to intimidate arch-rivals Russia at the height of the Cold War.

Bigfoot Caught Flat Flooted: In an attempt to “prompt a sighting of Bigfoot,” Tenley and a buddy went out on Northwestern Montana’s Highway 93 dressed in Ghillie suits. For those of you not familiar, a Ghillie suit is a head-to-toe camouflage outfit that resembles foliage. Tenley stepped out onto the two-lane highway in a Ghillie suit and was struck by two cars consecutively, both driven by teenage girls — one 15 and one 17.

Dikembe Saves the World: Dikembe Mutombo hasn’t graced us with his signature finger-waving blocked shot salute since retiring in 2009.

Now, thanks to an 8-bit video game from Old Spice, Mutombo’s fingers are flying once again — and this time they’re saving the planet.