Episode 112

November 21, 2022


Ep. 112: Lead heads

Hosted by

Mark Lewis Corrigan Vaughan
Ep. 112: Lead heads
Jack of All Graves
Ep. 112: Lead heads

Nov 21 2022 | 01:53:00


Show Notes

We’ve got existential dread up to our ears this week! We talk about the ways in which lead may have destroyed generations of brains, climate and covid anxiety, stupid deaths, and the things that caused our nightmares growing up.


[0:00] CoRri explains the lead-crime hypothesis to Mark
[24:49] We chat about our current climate catastrophe anxiety
[29:00] Mark has COVID again and CoRri wants to know why so many people just keep passing it around; we discuss whether CoRri has any criminality in her; and CoRri has a dumb cultural exchange question
[49:20] It’s time for listener shoutouts! Mark gives all of our Ko-Fi supporters a story about a stupid death
[73:20] What we watched!
[96:00] We discuss strange and pervasive fears we’ve had throughout our lives

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