David Linford and Tyson Apostol Our foreign correspondent in Cairo calls in to share a story with the Train. Shout out to Phil Bussman! Uncle David returns to the show. Check out the well designed Family History Art to hang on your wall as a reference and a reminder of your ancestry. Tyson interviewsan old […]
James Lyons and Jesse Johnson This week James Lyons is planning on a view from a boxcar hitch-hiking trip around the world and Jesse Johnson calls in to tell us we should listen to RAP TEAM. A couple people died. We get super pumped about Die Hard 4. How many glass windows can one man jump […]
Mormon Hooch w/Katie Prottengeier Emilee Choate Mormons and Gays. “Helium balloons should be banned at Christmas as the party favourites are wasting a scarce resource that it vital for modern medical equipment, according to a leading academic.” Last week, the Vatican announced that Benedict, who writes in longhand, would begin posting messages on Twitter in […]
Dodge Billingsley & Jude Ogzewalla Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will co-host the Golden Globes awards. The Hobbit rises to weary, belated mediocrity entirely on its own steam. Mr. Jackson has embraced what might be called theme-park-ride cinema, the default style of commercially anxious, creatively impoverished 3-D moviemaking. Check out Dodge Billingsley at combatfilms.com.
Robynn Garfield and Ray Philips Proud Parents of Vaccinated Children “Once teased as “one for the record books,” NASA is now actively toning down hype surrounding its pending announcement regarding findings from the Mars Curiosity Rover. “ NASA physicist explains how a warp drive could be a ‘passport to the universe’ Luo Baogen and his […]
So long, train! w/Jude Ogzewalla Provo says goodbye to the morning trains! Bill Nye strikes the internet again. The FCC has just announced that it is prepared to implement the Local Community Radio Act — a bill that aims to give local community groups the opportunity to broadcast on low-power FM stations beyond small rural […]