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Is this the place to speculate on which historical figure has had the most sex ever?
If you ever have 5 hours to spend, more or less, listen to Dan Carlin's amazing podcasts (DAN CARLIN'S HARD HISTORY) on the Mongols.
When and how do people listen to podcasts? Cars? iPod? phone? I've yet to catch on to podcasts but many (like here) get recommended that sound good.
How loud do you have to have the podcast to be able to hear it over mowing the lawn?
I listen on the train, while walking the dogs, and at work if what I'm doing does not require reading.
When and how do people listen to podcasts?
So you're the reason there's dog #### on the train
The true home run king would be the person with the most home runs. See how simple that is?
History of the World in 100 Objects was good but now it's over. In Our Time covers interesting and diverse topics with top-flight (British) academics, but I dislike the format.
Is this the place to speculate on which historical figure has had the most sex ever? I'd say Genghis Kahn
Amazing GF bought an attachment for her headphones so we could both listen through the same device, and we've had a couple of very nice long walks through the city while listening to science geekery or "This American Life" or whatever.
am a regular listener of In Our Time (this last year hasn't been Lord Melvyn's strongest, but he still clicks on ocassion -- and there's so much great stuff from previous years to listen to. The Industrial Revolution Part I episode is genuinely cool, since there's some serious bad blood between Lord Melvyn and a female historian in that one).
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