Today we explore the rugged individualism and charm of people who moved to the West in search of the gold in them there hills! We pit ingenue, comedian, and one of the most successful actresses in history, Lotta Crabtree, against trans stagecoach driver Charley Parkhurst, noted for his nerves of steel. Who will win?Read More
The dulcet tones of guest host Erich Hall( @playpusjones) grace your ears once again as we bring him back to discus these out-of-this-world Science Fiction writer hotties! Ursula K. Le Guin vs Douglas Adams vs Kōbō Abe in this excellent category, full of attractiveness of all kinds.
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In this episode a tunnel is not ALWAYS a tunnel and a cigar is not ALWAYS a cigar. We are talking the smokingest psychiatrists, psychologists, psychoanalysts, and head-shrinkers in history. By popular fan request, Hermann Rorschach hits the field, competing against Bluma Zeigarnik.Read More
Erin Ridgeway (@laserswan) & Jason Apple (@jasonappledp), hosts of Traumatized with Erin and Jason (@traumatizedcast), join us to discuss the Sirens of the Silent Film Era. Pitting Mary Pickford (who specializes in making that paper) Evelyn Preer (the First Lady of Black Cinema), Gloria Swanson (who is ready for her closeup, Mr. DeMille), and (the Goth of the Silent Screen) Theda Bara against one another.
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NO LONGER ARE WE AFRAID OF THE HEAT COMING OFF OF THIS WEEK'S CATEGORY. You can all stop banging down our doors, demanding hot accountants. We have provided them to you. Frank John Wilson vs Luca Bartolomeo de PacioliRead More
Tamp your muskets, folks, because this week we are joined by Roman Braga (@SleepyBiFlinge) of @HighRollCast to discuss the hottest, bravest, most charming war heroes in history! At ease! Eugene Bullard vs. Nadezhda Durov vs. Charles Coward.
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Baroness Maria Antonietta Avanzo was the first Italian female racetrack driver and Wendell Oliver Scott was one of the first African-American drivers in NASCAR, and the first African-American to win a race in the Grand National Series. This week we blow past the checkered flag in a race to the hotness finish line. LISTEN IN.Read More
Enjoy the dulcet NPR-esque tones of Moxie LaBouche from the podcast Your Brain on Facts (@BrainOnFactspod) as we debate which of these senators gets our vote as we cast our Hottest Senator ballots!Read More