This week on Significant Brothers, we examine one question: why is everything in this small town of Holland, Michigan brick? Geeze, I guess you'll have to listen to find out why. We hope you enjoy.
Maurice Ravel, String Quartet in F major, Mov. 2, Assez vif, très rythmé (A minor) performed by Musicians from Marlboro
The barber really has had quite an interesting history and was a great one stop shop for a long time. They did a lot more than cut your hair. So sit down, have a seat, take a snip snip. You'll look real good after listening to this episode.
In this episode we are joined by our sister as she navigates us through the fascinating (and sometimes bizarre) world of theater. Listen to us talk about the differences in theater size as well as a fun family of Shakespearean actors.
Sometimes we watch crime movies and shows (like The Italian Job, not NCIS: Wherever) and it begs the question, could I get away with a heist? Was college the wrong career path? Well ask no more, we have some top notch bamboozlers on this week's episode of Significant Brothers. Pick up some tips and tricks on stealing from that glossy bank you pass by on the way to work, or just simply marvel at those criminal giants that came before you.
Diseases may love our body, but we don't always love them back. Think dancing in the streets is fun? Well what if you couldn't stop? We take a look at ailments that are a bit more interesting than the common cold.
This week we talk about the company towns of Steinway Village, Hershey, and Scotia. Also, make sure you listen til the very end of our episodes, we are now putting out-of-context, somewhat-humorous audio after our conclusions. We hope you find us as funny as we do.
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This week we talk about different mail systems and how they allowed people to communicate with one another.
This week we talk about Stigler's law of eponymy. Just because it's named after someone doesn't mean it's actually named after someone.
This week we return to a familiar format and talk about the weird ways humans use and have used animals for our benefit. Coconut-picking monkeys, warring elephants, and industrious dogs that spin your rotisserie are all included.