Episode 114

December 05, 2022


Ep. 114: Cousins' kids and kidnappings

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Mark Lewis Corrigan Vaughan
Ep. 114: Cousins' kids and kidnappings
Jack of All Graves
Ep. 114: Cousins' kids and kidnappings

Dec 05 2022 | 01:56:07


Show Notes

We’re coming in hot with a discussion of one of society’s greatest taboos: Inbreeding! Plus, we share some cultural exchange, our watches this week cause us to think some deep thoughts about humanity, and we discuss a few cases of extremely long term kidnapping.


[0:00] CoRri explains the science of human inbreeding… and why it might be less of a problem than we think? Hey, don’t shoot the messenger.
[29:16] We discuss Montell Jordan, pop music, an unusual brotherly Christmas tradition in the Lewis household, a ranking of Russells and other such pressing business
[53:00] What we watched!
[81:13] We talk about a few cases of kidnapping that went on a really long time

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