Kevin blows us away.
Blake discovers a firkin’s worth of strange and obscure measurements which will fascinate you for fortnights while increasing your microlife.
Michael tries to sell us the Eiffel Tower, which was gifted to him by the Prince of Sudan.
Kevin takes us down the coolest memory lane.
Hey there Wikiphiles,
Life huh? Amirite? Due to a myriad of major life events affecting all of the regular Wikiphilia dudes, we have been unable to work on the podcast lately.
Silence on our part has been purely due to logistical obstacles, however, as we love doing the show and have been itching to get some more out there for your eager ear holes.
New shows? Yes. We are working through an embarrassingly deep backlog of shows and will be sending them your way on a semi regular schedule. The first one drops tomorrow. It’s one of my favorites and I can not believe has gone unedited this long.
Michael reports on the slo-mo, low octane, champagne fueled, contest of endurance that captured our imaginations before excitement was invented.
Michael discovers a storied past of the most famous Duck on the planet.
Blake tries to uncover the origin of Ok. Ok? Ok.
Michael tells the story of Joseph Palmer, the patron saint of hipsters.