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Jan 17, 2013

The Show Notes

Yes on Tour
Intro
Inventing the Future presentation at NMX
Interesting Fauna
     - Southern Grasshopper Mouse (Onychomys torridus)
Larks' Tongues in Aspic
Mortimer calls in after quite a gap of not having called in at all
Religious Moron(s) of the Week
     - Pastor Scott Lively from Dave Fernandes
     - Joyce Fecteau from Terry Williams
     - Pastor Jim Doster from Bruce Press
Dr. Damian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’up
     - Card Shuffling
Thanks to: Paul Fischer, Raf Podowski, & Steve D.
PFA LIVE: Hey Pocky Way
Henrique’s Bleeding Through national release Jan. 22nd
Show close
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Mentioned in the Show

Inventing the Future trailer
Steve D’s Clockwork Orange
Raf Podowski Pencil-Pencil-Pencil sketch
Bleeding Through

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Jack Applin
six and a half years ago

The Ukranian professor said, "That’s 8 times 10 to the 67th ... that’s a 10 with 67 zeroes after it".

No, 10 to the 67th is a 1 with 67 zeroes after it. A 10 with 67 zeroes after it would have 68 zeroes, total, and that's one too many.

David P.
six and a half years ago

The nominal number of card permutations from Wolfram Alpha. I didn't know we had names for such huge numbers.

80 unvigintillion, 658 vigintillion, 175 novemdecillion, 170 octodecillion, 943 septendecillion, 878 sexdecillion, 571 quindecillion, 660 quattuordecillion, 636 tredecillion, 856 duodecillion, 403 undecillion, 766 decillion, 975 nonillion, 289 octillion, 505 septillion, 440 sextillion, 883 quintillion, 277 quadrillion, 824 trillion

Tonezinator
six and a half years ago

Love the podcast! I'm so tempted to remix your podcast sampling the word 'so' though. It makes me laugh that almost every one starts with the word 'so'.

Ken Larson
six and a half years ago

Southern Grasshopper Mouse: The Mouse That Roared