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Adventitious
A Dad and His Two Sons Solve the World's Problems One Podcast At A Time.
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A Dad and his two sons have a conversations about things ranging from movies, to technology, girls to politics and philosophy. Their conversations span decades, and usually have some kind of a twist, and they are certainly not against poking each oth ...more
A Dad and his two sons have a conversations about things ranging from movies, to technology, girls to politics and philosophy. Their conversations span decades, and usually have some kind of a twist, and they are certainly not against poking each other in the ribs.
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October 20, 2017 10:18 PM PDT
October 04, 2017 08:29 PM PDT

Ken Block's Climbkhana, a mosquito repellant phone, Nukemap, Puerto Rico aftermath, Las Vegas Shooter, Antifa in Utah, Oreo Cookie Butter Cookies, Coinflash investing, & a US and Russia Moon Station.

Links from this episode:

- TOYO TIRES | Ken Block’s Climbkhana: Pikes Peak Featuring the Hoonicorn V2
- It's Ken Block's 1,400bhp Hoonicorn Mustang V2!
- RECARO Presents "Devil's Playground": The Jeremy Foley 2012 Pikes Peak Story
- Version 2 (spec change for Climbkhana: Pikes Peak)
- LG is releasing a mosquito-repellent phone, but it probably won’t work
- iPhone 6 Case, Anuck iPhone 6 Wallet case [Anti Scratch][Heavy Duty][Card Pocket] Dual Layer Hybrid Rubber Bumper Protective Card Case Cover for Apple iPhone 6 4.7 inch & iPhone 6s 4.7" - Rose Gold *
- How many people would die if a nuclear bomb hit Salt Lake City?
- Nukemap
- Trump: Rex Tillerson is wasting his time negotiating with 'Little Rocket Man'
- The weird world of North Korea’s restaurants abroad
- Monty Hall, Co-Creator and Host of ‘Let’s Make a Deal,’ Dies at 96
- Hugh Hefner’s cause of death revealed
- Puerto Rico has big problems, but President Trump isn't one of them: Glenn Reynolds
- Amateur Radio Operators Stepped In To Help Communications With Puerto Rico
- Las Vegas Shooting: Gunman’s Girlfriend Said She Didn’t Know He Planned Harm
- Once an obscure device, 'bump stocks' are in the spotlight
- The New Union | News • Instagram photos
- There’s no evidence linking the Las Vegas shooting to ISIS. Why did terrorists make false claim?
- Steven Crowder and producer infiltrate antifa prior to Ben Shapiro event, rip media silence
- #UndercoverANTIFA Fallout: Ben Shapiro Interview (Exclusive)
- Evaporation Engines Could Produce More Power Than Coal, with a Huge Caveat
- Scientists Create Soft And Super-Strong Synthetic Muscles For Lifelike Robots
- Oreo Limited Edition Cookie Butter Sandwich Cookies, 10.7 oz *
- Speculoos Cookie Butter (14.1 Oz Jar) *
- Automatically Invest Your Spare Change in Cryptocurrency With This App
- coinflash
- Ghost Gunner 2
- Russia, US shoot for the moon with joint lunar station project (Update)
- SpaceX Falcon 9

September 20, 2017 08:40 PM PDT

Whitehouse lawn mowing boy rocks, "Health Attacks" on diplomats in Cuba, the Apple Event, Dennys' new mascot, Apple Pie Oreos reviewed, JJ Abrams takes over Star Wars IX, & BlueBorne hits phones.

Links from this episode:

- NY Times reporter slammed after saying boy mowing White House lawn sends bad signal on child labor
- Ex-NYT reporter mocked for critical tweet on 11-year-old moving WH lawn
- Crime of fashion prompts campus evacuation
- Porsche's Patrick Long Wins Pirelli World Challenge Championship
- Porsche considering return to F1 as engine supplier from 2021
- F1 drivers divided over halo, mandatory for cars next season
- Toro Rosso confirms switch to Honda engines from 2018
- FIA Formula 2
- The New Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Package Is The Ultimate Sleeper 911
- ‘Health Attacks’ on U.S. Diplomats in Cuba Baffle Both Countries
- The Bugged Embassy Case: What Went Wrong
- Ukraine's President Says It Again: Country Will Absolutely Join NATO, Fight Russia
- Ukraine to start NATO talks: Russia angry, the West uncertain
- Trump at UN: 'Rocket Man' Kim Jong Un 'is on a suicide mission'
- Boys are better at physics because they learn about 'projection' while going to the toilet, researchers say
- Apple Event: All You Need To Know About iPhone X, iPhone 8, Apple TV 4K, And Watch Series 3
- Remember Palm’s WebOS? Maybe not, but Apple and Google definitely do
- Apple's adoption of Qi signals the end of the wireless charging wars
- Denny's new mascot mocked on social media
- Oreo Cookies Apple Pie Graham Flavored Cookie Rare Oreos 10.7 Oz (1)*
- J.J. Abrams to Write and Direct Star Wars: Episode IX
- The Tick (2017) : Season 1
- The Orville
- Tesla Upped Range (for a Week) for Hurricane Irma Exodus
- Wireless ‘BlueBorne’ Attacks Target Billions of Bluetooth Devices
- Why you should turn off your Bluetooth NOW: New 'BlueBorne' vulnerability can use the connection to hack a phone in just 10 seconds

September 05, 2017 09:05 PM PDT

ADHD looks more like a sleep problem, a bag to protect your car, humans are smarter than apes, AI issues, X-37B re-launch, eclipse doughnuts, context & symbol appropriation, & Clarkson quits smoking.

Links from this episode:

- Is ADHD really a sleep problem?
- This Tesla Model S is literally floating in a flood bag in flooded garage in Houston
- Twitter: Elon Musk
- Extreme Vehicle Protection
- VIDEO: Suspect Draws Gun, Gets Shot Multiple Times in Store Where Everyone Was Armed
- Hurricane Irma Strengthens Into a Category 3; Potential Threat to the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, Bahamas and the United States
- Dramatic before and after photos show the scale and scope of Harvey's devastating floods
- Instagram Stories now work in your browser
- Are Humans Smarter Than Apes? Scientists Say Studies Are Biased
- Cooking With Cody: Nightshade Stew
- Machines Taught by Photos Learn a Sexist View of Women
- Google Translate AI invents its own language to translate with
- Vladimir Putin Says Whoever Leads in Artificial Intelligence Will Rule the World
- SEE IT: Self-braking Volvo fails test drive, slams into group of onlookers 
- An ethicist explains his 4 chief concerns about artificial intelligence
- List of Animals That Have Passed the Mirror Test
- Fifth Launch Date for Secretive USAF X-37B Space Plane Revealed by Pentagon
- Krispy Kreme Is Celebrating the Solar Eclipse with a New Chocolate Glazed Doughnut
- A group of protesters demanded that a Native American swastika be removed from an SLC market — but were they right?
"- Jeremy Clarkson confirms he has quit his 43-year 40 a day smoking habit after he nearly died of pneumonia while on summer holiday in Majorca
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August 14, 2017 10:36 PM PDT

Flakka: an evil new drug, pizza fatalities, Valerian review, campus concealed carry, North Korea and their nuclear game, and Ron Dennis may get paid out in fabulously rare cars.

Links from this episode:

- ‘Devil’s Drug’: Flakka Is Driving Florida Insane
- WARNING!!! EXTREMELY DISTURBING!!! 'FLAKKA' - TERRIFYING DEMON ZOMBIE DRUG SWEEPING THE NATION!!!
- 10 Odd items from Vertu’s luxury liquidation auction
- ‘Pizza fatalities’ reported after DiGiorno, Tombstone truck crashes on Arkansas highway
- 'Moby-Duck': When 28,800 Bath Toys Are Lost At Sea
- Film of U.S. Army destroying Nuremberg swastika violates YouTube's policy on hate speech
- Is It Okay for Restaurants to Racially Profile Their Employees? A New Freakonomics Radio Episode
- IMDB: Valerian
- Luc Besson Calls Captain America Propaganda
- Luc Besson Is Completely Wrong About Superhero Movies
- Professor goes to work in body armor after concealed weapons allowed on campus
- Malicious code written into DNA infects the computer that reads it
- IVF: First three-parent baby born to infertile couple
- North Korea details Guam strike plan and calls Trump 'bereft of reason'
- North Korea and Trump administration quietly involved in 'back channel' diplomacy
- Everything You Want to Know About North Korean Nukes (But Were Afraid to Ask)
- The Propaganda Food of North Korea Was Plentiful and Bland
- Bad to the Bone: Fun Facts about the Boeing (Rockwell) B-1B Lancer
- Wikipedia: Goiânia accident
- North Korean Officials Fail At Photoshop
- Former McLaren Chairman Could Get Paid with 13 Rare Race Cars
- Inside the Scandal That Rocked the Formula One Racing World

August 07, 2017 09:41 PM PDT
August 02, 2017 10:26 PM PDT
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