This week we kick off our new cooking series with a discussion on sandwiches. It may not be our most technical episode, but I think you'll agree it's surprising how much sandwiches have to teach us about theology!
It's snob city this week as we discuss the wine tasting ritual and the growing gap between the wined gentry and the working poor who get by on wine stamps.
This week, the coming of sound? How did it happen? Is it still coming? When did it get here?
This week we talk about the tiny tropical town of Christiansted, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Isles
Hi Fans of Doom! Tim is out of town for a few weeks while he explores all of Europe's mysteries. Don't fret! The podcast will continue each week, uninterrupted. Like a gentlemen, he recorded a little bonus for you all from Toronto airport. He asked me to post this for you all to enjoy last week, but as we all know, I'm the world's worst co-host. Anyhow! I hope you enjoy it almost as much as the corrections to the podcast below.
- The CN tower was the largest tower in the world until 2010 when the Duri Khalifa in Dubai snatched it's title with an impressive 2,723 ft, beating out the CN tower by almost 1000 ft. (Hot diggity!)
- Does anyone know the quantitative metrics one uses to measure a cities "internationalness"? This seems made up to me. I'm known to be wrong though. Correct me with a sniping e-mail! Make my day. Other "Tier 1" international cities: New York, London, Sydney and Melbourne.