Podcast: Snowden’s Problem with Aspirin is that He Needs to Use Bitcoin When He Tries to Call for It

This week, our heroes discuss the heroism of Edward Snowden and his reply to the EU Council, and they explain the recent tragedies of Bitcoin.  Our heroes also share their favorite stories from this week in history with Rob discussing the controversial invention of aspirin and Ryan covering the controversial invention of the telephone.

The dynamic duo also introduces a new segment discussing 100% True Origin Stories of Famous Phrases.  They then finish it all off with a random rant where Ryan’s gushes about his man-crush on Pope Francis.

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Ghosts and the Demon House of Gary, Indiana – Part 1

On this episode of R&R with Rob and Ryan, our heroes confront the specter of a demon-possessed home in Gary, Indiana.  Rob talks about the mankind’s long obsession with ghosts, spirits, and supernatural phenomena and Ryan admits that he ain’t afraid of no ghosts since he doesn’t believe in them.  Our dynamic duo walks the audience through this creepy story that hit the news recently (link here) and asks the hard-hitting questions like “Is levitating a body a demon’s most annoying trick?” and “Why did this happen in Gary, Indiana of all places?”

At the end, Rob surprises Ryan with a spooky challenge.  Does Ryan accept?  Stay tuned to find out!


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Why the News is Bad for You

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In the latest episode, our heroes discuss the evil monster known as the “News Media”.  Using the recent attack on the Boston Marathon to illustrate their point, the guys discuss why the news is actually bad for us.  Citing everything from lost productivity, to physical health problems and addiction, we learn where the problems stem from and what can be done about it.  In the end there is hope, but first we must cut off the heads of the Hydra.