Mike and Kiko read a book and became obsessed with Tesla and Edison. One was one of the most brilliant minds ever and one guy killed elephants and dogs to prove a point. Also this fight could be the reason we have modern law firms. And there was a rich guy in Pittsburgh with a private railroad.
This episode is a little all over the place, but after a week off the guys are back! Kiko is a dad now so they discuss that and go through what blew their mind. Also, a HUGE surprise is revealed from podcasts past.
The guys decided to extend one segment across the whole show…. aka the guys wanted to talk about beer. So they did. For a long time. Check it out to learn the history of beer, where we are today, and don’t forget what blew our mind this week!
The guys became obsessed with the Netflix documentary “Behind the Curve” so they did an episode on it! While its mainly about their thoughts on the reasoning behind the new flat earth movement and people like Mark Sargent, the guys do a quick overview on their thoughts on the newest internet craze — the flat earth movement.
This week the guys cover all the crazy ways people got rich. From pets that aren’t pets to developing fake real estate… there’s more than one way to earn a buck!
Ever wonder where sayings like "Raining Cats and Dogs", "Mind Your P's and Q's", and "Cats out of the bag" came from? Well the guys jump into those and more this week!
In the most topical episode to date, the guys cover March Madness, the NIT, and all sorts of other playoffs from around the world. Plus "What Blew My Mind" and "What Beer Did You Drink?"
Sorry for the late episode guys! The PTK team went on the road for a good friend’s bachelor party. They had every intent on recording an episode from San Diego…. but it was a bachelor party. The good news is, they did cover what blew their mind! So enjoy this mini episode and we will be back to normal next week!
From last week’s dangerous animals to people that “take themselves out of the gene pool”… this week the guys discuss the wackiest ways out there that people earned themselves the least prestigious award we could think of!
It started with a debate over animals in Australia and ended with a full episode. From spiders, to an angry tiger, to a crazy Pita... the guys cover all the animals you should watch out for.
Why are roadside attractions such a part of Americana? An what does it have to do with a giant elephant? The guys cover the weird history behind the world's largest ball of twine, bottle of ketchup (catsup), ball of paint and everything between!
We've all been there. That feeling the next day after a "perfect" night. The guys dig into what the science of hangovers is and some possible cures this week... while drinking beers.
Ever wonder where some of those crazy sayings that your grandparents, parents, and friends have been repeating forever? So did the guys! So they jumped in on a bunch of them this week trying to figure out all about old wives’ tales!
All these planets, all these stars, all these galaxies.... where are the aliens?! The guys talk this week about the Fermi Paradox and try to figure out if there is anyone out there.
The guys knock around things that have gone obsolete, things they miss from childhood, and what they think is next on the chopping block. Join us for a nostalgia fest!
This week the guys talk sleep. From REM Sleep, to sleep deprivation, to what your sleeping position says about you. Its a real snooze fest… tune in!
Covering everything from horse barns to Phillip Morris, the guys discuss how just a few companies own almost all the brands you know and love. No matter what, you are going to have a hard time making a true choice in today's market. From cleaning supplies to coffee, the illusion of choice is all around us. So, grab your favorite brand of chips (don’t worry, they’re all the same) and settle in for this week’s episode!
Visualizations of Who Owns Whom:
The guys tackle the Mandela effect this week. Is there something you are so sure you remember, but you find out you were all wrong? Not only that, all of your friends are also wrong in the same way? Well, strap in and check out the Mandela Effect.
Ringing in the new year with a new episode, new hosts, and the same old jokes. New hosts Brice and Michael join Kiko in helping you fake your way through topical conversations. In the spirit of “New Year, New You” the guys cover all the different ways you can (or maybe won’t) lose that holiday weight
Like, review, and share our show with your friends!