During our last episode we had a few times we strayed off topic. We just couldn’t let these gems sit around and collect dust.
Eighty two episodes ago we sat down for a session that has become one of our favorite recordings to date. We sampled all the Trappist beers there were to offer. Since then several breweries have been added to the list. We couldn’t resist the urge to sample the newest monks on the block. Of course we didn’t want to sample them alone. We just had to have some of our network hosts along for the ride.
Months ago we came across this video of a black paint that was so dark it looked like a hole when painted on a surface. We immediately added it to the pile of topics we wanted to cover. Although the absolutely blackest substance is restricted to a few selective people there are recent developments in a retail black paint that comes very close. We did’t expect to see the color pink make an entrance but it does with grand style.
Since the dawn of time every living thing has to eat, and if it eats it excretes. It has been a journey down the pipes of history making stops at every restroom we could find. Chris and Joe take a deep dive into the cesspool that is the toilet.
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A long abandoned fort lies in the middle of the Patapsco river in the shadow of the Key Bridge. Just at the Baltimore line, it stands guardian to the inner harbor and the port of the city. Unlike some of it’s sister forts, Fort Carroll is long abandoned by humans leaving room for it’s new avian inhabitants. So come with us on our journey to the solitary Fort Carroll.
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