Dumb Things – School

Zerbe and I are back to discuss the dumb things we did as kids in school.  This episode has one of my all-time best stories in it, so don’t miss it!  Listen, download, or find us on Itunes or Sticher.

 

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Dumb Things – Libraries

Zerbe and I meet in the ERC to talk about dumb things we did in libraries.  I also give a laundry list of all the wonderful books I found and read in the library. Listen, download, or find us on Itunes or Stitcher.

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Random Episode – Real Genius

It’s a Never Seen It – 80s Anthologies mash-up as Heather, Gamma, and I enroll in Caltech, er, I mean, Pacific Tech, with Chris and Mitch in 1985’s Real Genuis.  Listen, right click and download, or find us on Itunes or Stitcher.

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Here are links to several of the Caltech resources Gamma mentions during our discussion:
 
A fellow alum already did a nice compilation of the references to Caltech in Real Genius:
 
Here’s a link about the “enter as often as you like” stunt:
 
One of my favorite pranks not referenced in Real Genius (the website lists this as the top college prank of all time):
 
An explanation of how the Caltech houses work (kind of like the houses of Hogwarts minus the Sorting Hat):
 
The one thing I really wish they would included in Real Genius but didn’t, and my fondest memory of Caltech- Ditch Day:
 
I mentioned the new cover of “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” by Lorde. 
 

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