Episode 138: Dollop: History of American Firefighters

Horrible news! Help is on the way! –Gareth Episode 138: In which our stuff catches aflame, and we fight each other instead of the

Episode 131: Dollop: The Monitor

John Ericcson

http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/John_Ericsson_and_The_Monitor.mp3 Okay, I used to live in Norfolk, so this may more info than you want, but let’s rock the local advantage. Booyah. Virginia Is

Happy Independence Day, American Rubes!

Dino Civil War

Roundup time! Independence day heroes: Here’s a little ditty about Sam and Debbie July 4th block party: A fake fur collar, a tiny

Episode 171: Dollop: The Jones County Deserters

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That’s a classic saying. Shoot a guy whose hands are full of baby. –Dave http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/The_State_of_Jones.mp3 episode
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Episode 158: Smollop: The Jumper

Robert Odlum

Are they sharks? If they stop moving, do they die? –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Robert_Emmet_Odium.mp3 Robert Emmet Odlum was named for the martyr for the Irish cause

Episode 162: America’s Greatest Sack of Flour

Gridley's sack of flour

Can you imagine going to Nevada looking for a get rich quick scheme? –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Americas_Greatest_Sack_of_Flour.mp3   I would like to take this moment to point

Greenbrier Ghost and Postmortem Photography

As I commented on the episode 147 entry, I think that, in that photograph of Zona Heaster Shue, dear Zona is deceased: The

Episode 147: Smollop: The Greenbrier Ghost

Look, I’ve seen some Forensic Files… –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/The_Greenbrier_Ghost.mp3   One source (plus Dave) says Zona was in her early 20’s. Ferrum College, in

Episode 142: Dollop: A Terrible Vice President

Richard Johnson and his Choctaw Academy of Whitening, illustrated by Gareth: (damn it white people) These are salad forks. (Native Americans) The moon has

The Giving of Thanks

Tomorrow, in the United States, we celebrate Thanksgiving, which, if you are a diligent listener and reader, isn’t what what we were taught. Let’s get