Sunday, June 10, 2007

TFATD 20: Katrina, Comas, and Guitarists

Episode 20 of The Falcon and the Dove: Katrina, Comas, and Guitarists. This week, we discuss what hurricane Katrina has left in her wake, graduation parties, global warming technology cuts, world records, and more! Enjoy!

- Overview
- Graduation plans, commencements and parties galore!! We detail one particularly 'eventful' commencement.
- Over 5.7 million pounds of meat could be tainted with E. Coli. Yes, more contaminations. We're sick of them too.
- People are still dying from Hurricane Katrina due to physical and psycological problems. Exact numbers are unknown, but many.
- The United States is to scale back data collection from space on global warming. Falcon and Dove ask, 'ARE YOU FREAKIN' CRAZY?!'
- Mink Farm in Pennsylvania attacked; 2300 mink released, 400 killed including the family dogs. Who could have done such a thing?
- A Polish man wakes up after a 19-year coma to find that 'the world is prettier now'.
- Michael Moore's 'Sicko' comes out June 29 (same day as the Apple iPhone), and is interviewed by Oprah.
- FOLLOWUP: Smaller, organic bees are having no mite problems...and no colony collapse. What does this say about the bee crisis?
- 1,683 guitarists of all ages played 'Smoke on the Water' to break the world record in Kansas. They succeeded.
- MOVIE DISCUSSION: How Shia LaBeouf's career has flourished. His most recent films are Disturbia, Surf's Up and Transformers!
- The Quote of the Week. The crazy ones.

Download Episode 20 Here! (Length: 1 hour, 14 minutes; Size: 68.0 MB)

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