Whad’ya Know! Mother of All Quizzes 9-29-2018

Posted September 20, 2018 by mefeld
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Whad’ya Know!  Mother of All Quizzes

September 29th, 2018

Ten O’clock Central, Midnight in Seoul

Whad’ya Know Podcast ~ facebook.com/whadyaknow.net

(608) 257-2616 ~ if Lyle answers don’t hang up

Or, if you really have to play, drop by

1215 Drake St, Madison

~ back door, Mother’s napping ~

Declaration of Quiet Resistance by Anonymous

Posted September 6, 2018 by mefeld
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Putin Promises, Promises Campaign Bullet Point No. 1

Posted August 21, 2018 by mefeld
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Earliest known use of Trump-claimed campaign theme “promises made, promises kept” from V. Putin, circa 2004:

 

 

Time for a Vacation? Whad’ya Know!

Posted July 2, 2018 by mefeld
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Is this a cry for a vacation or what? For medication, you say? Intervention?

Hi, I’m Michael Feldman (r) host of All Things Whad’ya Know, and I want to thank you for making the Spring Season of Whad’ya Know ’18 a resounding success–Lyle Anderson (lured down from his ivory Bell Tower) and I talked with a man from Venus, a woman who picked the Final Four using math modeling, learned about the Food Explorer who brought us avocados and, unfortunately, kale, found out how to Hack Your Mind and become a billionaire and where to spot a Harpy Eagle with the wingspan of a B-52, not to mention a mint 370 cu in Trans Am like the one in Smokey & The Bandit just sitting in a parking ramp in Highland Park, AND how Lyle fared on the Trump Cognition Test–and much not much more!

Obviously, given this frantic pace, one needs a break–Lyle, to his bell tower with the beautiful Esmeralda, me & the fambly  to San Jose CA to see the pair o’ docs Feldman et all, then back to scrape and paint the asbestos shingles of A House of A Guy’s Own–that’s not gonna happen–OK, to sit around and scratch with Bella, more likely.

The Good News is the Whad’ya Know Podcast will continue to post over the summer with some things new, some things blue, somethings borrowed and some things however that goes–so look for us on the Whad’ya Know Podcast page and and on iTunes, Stitcher, CastBox (for you android types) and SoundCloud.com—

Then, before you know it, or September 8 (whichever comes first), Lyle (minus Esmeralda) and I, your humble servant Michael, will be back pushing the envelope from the inside and out with our Facebook Live! podcasts you can see (!) on  www.facebook.com/whadyaknow.net/ .

Thanks, All Ya’all!! Talk to you soon, if not sooner,

Michael

June is Bustin’ Out All Over on Whad’ya Know Podcast!

Posted May 31, 2018 by mefeld
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June is Bustin’ Out All Over on Whad’ya Know Podcast!

 

June 9–National Geographic’s Daniel Stone spins the amazing yarn of  “The Food Explorer,” David Fairchild, who, in the 1880’s, brought Americans kale from Croatia, lemons from Corsica, Avocados from Chile, nectarines from Afghanistan and Mangoes from Vietnam, giving Americans something to eat beside mutton, beans and taters–and changing the course of history!

 

June 16–“Our Towns,” a 100,000 mile odyssey across American to re-discover small town American life in this complicated age, undertaken by James and Deborah Fallows who, traveling  over 5 yrs together in a single prop plane, are not only still married, but have recorded some amazing and reassuring stories of American life.

 

 

 

 

 

And, on June 23, Manuel Pastor’s “State of Resistance,” the story of California’s rise, fall and resurgence, makes a case for the California experience as a model for America’s future as a compassionate, inclusive and a progressive force in the world.

Catch the Facebook Live feeds on the Whad’ya Know Podcast page at 10 am CDT, and the podcast anytime on Whad’ya Know Podcast iTunes.

Upcoming on Whad’ya Know Podcast Live on Facebook

Posted May 3, 2018 by mefeld
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Upcoming on WYK Podcast Facebook Live:

May 5–Well, nothing. Lyle has an affair. Possibly Cinco de Mayo.

   To make it all better check out the David Sax interview on The Revenge of Analog here: https://soundcloud.com/whadyaknowpodc…/the-revenge-of-analog    or at iTunes Whad’ya Know Podcast

May 12–She has to turn off her phone during March Madness since Laura Albert, of the UW College of Engineering, is the world renown Professor of Bracketology and more in the mathematical modeling and analytics world, from homeland security to lottery odds.
You’re gonna want to catch this!

May 19–Lynne Murphy has gone through all the trouble of leaving New York to expatriate to England, marry an Englishman and raise a family so that she could write The Prodigal Tongue, the Love-Hate Relationship Between American and British English. You’ll be chuffed as nuts to catch kerfuffle!

Whad’ya Know Podcast live on Facebook nearly every Saturday morning at 10 am Central Daylight Time, around midnight in Korea

All the News That Isn’t for 4/23/18

Posted April 23, 2018 by mefeld
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All the News That Isn’t   for 4-23-18

 

 

Rudy Guiliani the powerhouse who all but eliminated littering in Time Square is added to Trump legal tag team.

My man Trump is lawyering up. Can’t seem to keep em once they get indicted.

You know he’s getting desperate when he starts going with gentile lawyers.

Usually it’s the old Archie Bunker search: the yellow pages under Lawyers, Jewish.

 

Speaking of whom, Lawyer/Bagman Michael Cohen will be defending himself, even though it will be all but impossible to get another home equity loan to pay off his own hookers.

Reverse mortgage maybe. Or if that Stormy Daniels ship comes in.

Could mine bitcoin using the White House computer banks.

I don’t know–not my problem. Got my own problems.

 

Cuba has its first leader who’s not a Castro: Ted Cruz.

Gone back to using Rafael.

 

Lance Armstrong has settled his fraud case against his former sponsor, the US Postal Service.

Will pay the USPS 10 million Forever Stamps.

 

The US missile attack on Syrian non-targets did not destroy Syrian chemical weapons but did send Tomahawk missile-maker Raytheon stock to explosive new highs.

 

Kim Jong Un has removed removal of American troops in South Korea as a precondition for talks but is adamant that taking back Rocket Boy! was a deal breaker.

 

The baboons who cooperated to free themselves from a research facility given a medal of honor & a place of their own.

 

Khloe Kardashian says she learned so much about motherhood from her sisters–not so much from her mom, Kris Jenner.

Except, maybe, what to look out for in a partner.

 

Turns out James Comey is mildly nauseous pretty much all the time, so, best not make too much of it.

 

People of color to get free latte at Starbucks for a week.

Choice of latte not well received by people of color.

 

Nobody has much to say about Trump’s second hundred days.

Oh, the days dwindle down ” September—November . . . . ”

 

Trump says if he gets any tougher on the Russians he will have to restage the Moscow hotel room pp party with him doing all the work.

 

Chris Christie’s official portrait to cost NJ taxpayers $85,000 because the state was forced to contract with a billboard painter.

 

People who stand are smarter but lose the advantage the minute they sit down.

 

The Not Much Poll asking why Paul Ryan quit at the height of his career was surprised to find that 11% or respondents thought it was to pursue Buddhism.  Less surprising was that only 17% bought the spending more time with the kids thing, while 72% thought Donald Trump poched him in the tuchise with a magazine.

Ryan, landing on his feet as always, will be the first CEO of Foxconn-Janesville in the fall–

 

The Not Much Poll look at who may have been tougher on the Russians than Donald Trump and found the public pretty equally divided between the Nazi army, other Russians and Anybody—-

 

That’s All the News That Isn’t