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SHOW 58: The Knowledge Hummingbird / 58min / August 26, 2010

Kris and David spar off on big-city values, consider a world in which glass was never invented, get Facebook to predict their moods, and John Allison’s TMH fan-fiction epic takes a dark turn.

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Storyline: “TMH Fanfic” Part 3

@cephalopod_gal My neighbors probably think I’m crazy from that burst of laughter that I just had. #tmh

@Kouban @cephalopod_gal “That pantsless girl is laughing hysterically again.” “I’m calling the pants police.” #tmh

@Phrawger “I’m curious about glass” every boy goes through some different changes I suppose #tmh

@fauxfrog #tmh The history of creating glass can be traced back to 3500 BCE in Mesopotamia.

@Albedo12 #tmh maybe someone was trying to cook sand to see if it could be eaten

@CSpain_design There was that one rival site to Wikipedia, ‘Wackypedia’. But any time you tried to load a page it’d just show you a picture of a clown #tmh

@DE_Craig Wow! I’ve never listened in live. There’s interesting trouble and nonsense.#tmh

@Kouban Every couple minutes, the audio cuts for a second or two #tmh

@robynneblume The stream skipped a little, but for me it’s been mostly fine. #tmh

@Kouban It’s viral marketing for the new Max Headroom DVD set #tmh

@Paulius1981 Facebook, now you to can listen to the douchebags from highschool talk about how they’re totally looking forward to the weekend! #tmh

@Albedo12 #tmh Every facebook page should come with a banner saying ‘If I didn’t date you in school, I won’t date you now either’.

@quippley #tmh i stopped paying attention for a few seconds and I’m completely lost….

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