In the last month or two a documentary came out talking about one of the strangest theories of the last couple decades.. is it a sign that perhaps we were wrong about the make up of our universe or is it the inevitable problem of what happens when everybody finds a friend on the internet?
Well, join Podcast Rob and Hatton on Episode 134as they deep dive into the documentary Behind The Curve, available on Netflix, which discusses the possibility that this planet we all know and love (planet here meaning a celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star.)
Two other notes – first, the end song of today’s show is “Turtles All The Way Down” by New Jersey legends A Halo Called Fred. You can find the whole song right here. And their YouTube Channel right here! Thanks for the assist, you crazy kids!
Also, please check out Livestream For The Cureon May 17th – 19th – great people with a great cause. We’ll be on Saturday, May 18th from 9:30pm-10pm, but we encourage you to check out all the great shows and segments streaming that weekend!
First, lets get the important stuff out of the way.
We’re starting the year with a contest! This is what you gotta go do if you haven’t – go subscribe to our show via iTunes. Go leave a review. Send a screenshot to us via twitter (@STSTCast) – be entered for a chance at a Visa gift card.
Then, while you do that, you can do your best to avoid falling poodles and soda machines.. because we’re hitting the power of the internet and talking about this past years Darwin Award Winners. If you’ve never heard of the Darwin Awards, it is an unofficial award given to those that have taken themselves out of the gene pool. People who generally hurt themselves in hysterically self-inflected and dumb ways voted on by the internet.
The last year has some doozies.. and we’re here to tell you about them.
So lets start the year right… by laughing at others misery.
Note: If you share this post, Mark Zuckerberg will bake you a turkey dinner.
Every day of every social media person’s life, you are hit with a thousand different pictures, memes, captions, and at least half of them are filled with bad information. Well, the Somethings are going to inform you of a little website called Snopes. Now, what this site does is… I know.. it’s crazy.. it debunks internet urban legends.
Every year they also do their best to tell you what the most popular b.s. was from the prior year. So we’re going down the list and talking a little bit of the internet urban legends of 2015. We go from Something to Serious to Seriously Creepy and back to Something.. this is a long strange journey. Buckle up.