The Dream Car Museum in Evansville, Indiana welcomes us to their showroom, giving us a tour and some stories behind some of their more super cool finds!

To hear the Mike Spark's Wheels, Deals & Forgotten History episode, click here!

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A perfect Steve Nicks beast, an animatronic moose, three lost sacred friendship beads and a quest for a bedpan. It's all here in this final (for now) episode of the Brouhaha in Boonville module of Epic For the Like Totally Epic Journey Quest.  

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To hear episode I, click here!

Episode II

Episode III

Episode IV

Episode V

Episode VI

Episode VII

Episode VIII

 

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As the mystery of the Brouhaha gets even more perplexing, our heroes Roxy Forrest, Nick McNasty and Corey McFly are sent on a side mission by Deputy Stewart Copeland to interrupt a planned assault on the local petting zoo. Corey will use his hot bod as a distraction, Roxy will pull water from the sky using her flashdancing skills and Nick will get a big unpleasant whiff of what's coming in the air tonight.

(To hear this episode on iTunes, click here!)

To hear episode I, click here!

Episode II

Episode III

Episode IV

Episode V

Episode VI

Episode VII

Episode VIII

 

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Tennessee State Representative Mike Sparks comes Back by the Woodpile to talk about his passion for history and the trouble it brought him, in addition to the opportunities.

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(To hear Representative Sparks' original interview on episode 46, click here)

 

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The Chinese Communist Party without a doubt affects our daily lives without us knowing it. Epoch Times’ Joshua Philipp comes Back By the Woodpile to explain this problem as it regards technology security and education, our Western complacency, the Chinese Social Credit System and his own journey from anarchist to authoritarian watchdog.

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The Choir, Tonio K and Phil Keaggy are all artists who recorded great records in the 1980s and radio promoter Chris Hauser helps us look back at their best tracks while throwing in some personal stories.

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Overlooked and forgotten tracks from our favorite decade! DJ Mindub joins Spun Counterguy to talk 80's tunes by The Twins, New Musik, The Essence, Quincy Jones, Chaz Jankel and Fiat Lux. 

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Alberto de la Cruz  of Babalublog.com comes back by the woodpile to talk about the plight of persecuted Cubans, including Damas de Blanco, Oswaldo Paya, Rosa Maria Paya and others.

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Philosophical sifting on this episode talking up the fallacy of “experts”, agreeing too quickly with friends, assuming ill motives in disagreements, moral matrixes, Mississippi accents, Aryan supremacy wedding cakes and Dr. Thomas Sowell.

 

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Professional wrestlers tried to contribute to the high art of music back in the 80's, of which guest Cat Taylor pontificates eloquently on for us lowly turkey necks. Hulk Hogan, Jerry Lawler, Junkyard Dog, Jimmy Hart, Vince Mcmahon, Cyndi Lauper, Captain Lou Albano, Rick Flair and a whole stadium full of fierce characters enter the ring on this special throw down edition of Songs From a 1980s Roller Rink Dumpster.

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Final chapter of Spun Counterguy's Taoist adventures in China and America! This time around: sleeping on belts and dreaming of snakes, your value based on where you're standing, America's romance with dictatorship, one eyed massages and desire for the unattainable.    

 

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Radio promotions legend Chris Hauser comes back by the woodpile to talk about a few great artists he got to work with in the 80's, including Amy Grant, Russ Taff and Steve Taylor.

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(Chris auditioning as a dancer for Amy's next tour) 

 

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