We're back to sci-fi in our latest podcast featuring a Tale from the June, 1952 issue of Australia's own Thrills Incorporated! Don't worry, mates, we don't do any accents this time, but we'll catch you on the flip-flop, homies! We've heard that's an extremely popular saying in Australia, btw. We start with a brief visit to the circus as Rob discovers that a dying art form is pretty much dying for a reason and then Alan interrupts "Radia Riddle". It's hilarious, it makes no sense, and we get several visits from the Riddle King. His questions are tough but at least they aren't fair. It's fun.
We also feature a promo for the Loaded Literature podcast. They eat, they drink, they talk books, it's a great show. Plus their website has interesting essays, recipes, and more. It's pretty nifty and it's at loadedliteraturepodcast.com and wherever you get podcasts.
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