Leonard details the proper use of a semicolon, and he encourages people to use them more often; much talk of police raids and superhero movies ensues.
Leonard unpacks the mysteries of the marvelous and much maligned marshmallow. Extrusion is scary.
Marshmallow recipe (haven’t tried it yet, but hey, if you want to give it a shot we won’t stop you)
Podcast art designed by Kayden Seymour (www.thekaydenseymour.com/)
Music by Kevin Macleod (https://incompetech.com/)
Ben posits that breakfast is not, in fact, the most important meal of the day; in fact, the research on the nutritional value of eating breakfast is quite conflicted.
2013 Overview (Belief in the PEBO…)
Cornell University 2013 Study (Consumed fewer calories by the end of the day)
Bacon Campaign and the beginning of American breakfast
Interview with Terence Kealey (professor of Clinical Biochemistry at the University of Buckingham)
Leonard contends that Dr. Seuss’s books have literary merit; Ben postulates that they may have more literary merit than a lot of other classics.
Ben informs Leonard that Bitcoin isn’t dead, that it's helping Venezuela, and that economic collapse is generally a bad thing for stability.
What is Bitcoin?
How much a Bitcoin is worth: preev.com
Wikipedia article: Bitcoin
New York Times: What Is Bitcoin, and How Does It Work?
This is the inaugural episode of Reconceived. As we didn't do much to introduce the idea in the episode, we'll mend that here. We think changing your mind is a healthy thing. So our goal is to take your preconceived notions about the world, and present them in a different way. To change your mind, or just to make you think.
16personalities (Myers-Briggs type personality test)