Is this selfie the exception to the rule for Christy? (Via: NPR), one of the Seahawks got married and had more people in his bridal party than our entire wedding (Via: The Score), Laremy Tunsil might be the first person who has ever *actually* had their twitter account hacked and it cost him $10,000,000 (Via: GQ), Starbucks is getting sued for using too much ice (Via: Courthouse News), how much water does it take to make a roll of toilet paper? (Via: Tushy), and SpaceX says they're going to Mars as soon as 2018 (Via: Space.com)
Christy is back and better late than never we break down the highlights of our matrimony along with a recap of the surprise mini-moon Christy planned (Spoiler alert: Jeremy cries a lot). We dive into some follow-up files, in which Christy shares her e-mail woes and updates us on her political career, and then we wrap it up with some rad space news.
We return after our extendo break to discuss some police activity going on near nerd out loud HQ, chat about our foray into being sports coaches, and then have a chance to talk with Mark about his Bee Hole, all things that buzz, and why 14 million bees were in a truck driving down I5 in the first place.
As discussed on the show:
A truck carrying 450 hives rolls over on the freeway, Visit Mark's Bee Hole on facebook at Facebook.com/MarksBeeHole, be sure to check out what is being billed as "Women's answer to the mancave" the She Shed, and watch a spaceX rocket attempting to land on a robotic drone barge but not quite making it.
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Our scheduled guest was not able to make it last minute but Jeremy from the Eureka Podcast was kind enough to step in for a chat. In a moment brought to you by the New Orleans tourism board we talk travel to NOLA, then digress into food stamps, review the votes for "Am I a Jerk" theme songs, try and figure out if we're jerks, and wrap it up as always with some space news.
As discussed on the show:
- Check out Eureka Podcast at their shiny new URL http://www.eurekapodcast.com
- Space X set to launch their 6th resupply mission to the ISS (and attempt to land the rocket on a robot barge afterwards)
- Some scientists believe that signs of alien life will be found by 2025
- Follow Jeremy on twitter @AintNoSwayze, find Craig @AnAverageGatsby, or their show @EurekaPodcast
This week we are joined by Tim Clemans (AKA: @PoliceVideo) a local Seattle activist and programmer that recently asked for all of the government e-mails from Washington state. After our chat with Tim, Christy introduces a new segment, the pod-dog has a seizure, and some news from space.
I first heard about Tim from this Seattle Weekly article “How an Anonymous Programmer Became One of Seattle’s Most Effective Activists" and you can follow him on twitter @PoliceVideo. NASA reveals plans to make available to the public all articles and data from their scientific research, and SpaceX launches DSCOVR satellite to deep space orbit (but doesn’t land the rocket).