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Robot Pizza Van examines funny, outlandish, clickbait news. We talk cutting edge/useless tech, weird science, surprise pop culture, and unusual art. Offroad-artist, Borg-audio engineer, and Rygar-graphic artist co-host this trip down the rabbit hole.

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Helicopter Prison Break, Accidental Car Theft, and the Woman Mistaken for Dead: Episode 73
It’s Robot Pizza Van, where we read the entire internet to bring you the odd interesting and unusual news stories, my name is Offroad and today we’re talking about A woman who was found alive in the morgue, a helicopter prison break, an accidental car theft, and the Flynn Effect. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/qryny5arxTo" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Rat Eats Cash, Snail Memory Transfer, and Odd Promotional Product: Episode 72
A rat eats $19,000 in cash, memory is transferred between two snails, meat scented candles, and a kid is cleaning up the ocean. Special appearance by Mathman. A rat got into an ATM machine and nibbles all the bills. Find out how you can tell if rats have eaten YOUR money. Then, scientists transfer the memory of one snail to the mind of another snail. We also look at the hottest new condiment merchandising - meat scented candles (I forgot these are candles and I've been eating them). Finally as in the final story, but also finally as in after a long delay, a kid has invented a way to clean the plastic from the ocean. Music by Uncle Milk and also ChaosMusic For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com Support the show at www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/_JaMItdI3bQ" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Turtle Crossing: Episode 71
Some drivers intentionally hit turtles. Leonidas of Rhodes holds an Olympic record for around 2,000 years, until recently. A severed rattlesnake head bites a man. A wolf-like creature is discovered in Montana. Is it the Game of Thrones dire wolf? A poor little squirrel was rescued from his overgrown teeth. Mid-year resolutions. Justin Trudeau's left eyebrow has gone off the hook and other strange video artifacts. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com Friends of the van support the show at www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/WerU-mo7_WY" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Woolly Mammoths? We'll Get Around To It: Episode 70
Some guy is selling a hot dog in a bottle of water, Hot Dog Water. Scientists found a 99 million year old frog that was trapped in amber, along with the beetle that the frog was about to eat. Cloning woolly mammoths? We'll get around to it. You know those tiny bottles of alcohol? A truckload of them spilled on a highway. Earlier it was a truckload of spaghetti sauce. Before that it was bourbon and before that it was frozen pizzas. All spilled on highways... in the same state. Bring silverware if your going on a road trip. This week's feel good story... someone invented a gravity electric generator. Music by Uncle Milk and The Zombie Dandies. Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/SCtcB2MzdYU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Lemonade Stand Fines: Episode 69
Robot Pizza Van reads the entire internet and tells you about the funny things. This week's special guest, author and artist... David Bright. What do we talk about this week? A pile of onions out in the desert. A snake causes a power outage. A robot dog's funeral. A celebration that causes an artificial earthquake. A company that will pay any fines that kids get for running a lemonade stand. Music by Uncle Milk Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/1Kb4qNNQue0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Drink With A Toe: Episode 68
Here's some things. To qualify for an internship at one of the world's largest candy company you have to identify every Skittle flavor blindfolded. Changing the subject, there is an iPhone case that doubles as a 20 pound dumbbell so you can... I don't know. But hey, here's a different thing... sharks will listen to jazz if you give them food and there's a restaurant that gives it's patrons water pistols to fight off the seagulls. Which reminds me... there's a bar that serves a drink with an unusual ingredient... ok I'll tell you what it is... it's a person's toe. And never start a sentence with the word 'and' but nonetheless... Pork roll flavored ice cream. Music by Uncle Milk Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/Nt35RgoN1-4" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Robot Politicians, Audio Illusions, Mussels on Opioids, and a Dead Man's Finger: Episode 67
A robot is running for Mayor, we listen to a few audio illusions, Seattle mussels test positive for opioids, the police use a dead man's finger to unlock a phone, and Somebody Spilled Something Somewhere. Music by Uncle Milk and The Zombie Dandies. Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/gL6aY4LING4" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Secrets of Alphabet Spaghetti, A Weird Gun, Ducks That Speed, and A New Joggling Record: Episode 66
Each week we read the entire internet and then tell you about the funny parts. This week find out which letters are in a can of alphabet spaghetti and if it spells anything. Then a gun is discovered sticking out of a car's bumper, science has a new theory as to why ice is slippery, a duck is caught speeding, and there is a new joggling world record. Still 99% politics free and it would have been 100 except that I mentioned the word politics twice now. Music by Uncle Milk and The Zombie Dandies Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/2RuJxsZsW3Y" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Accidental Zombie Alert, Cheetos Shortage, and the Amenities of an $85 Million Apartment: Episode 65
An accidental zombie alert goes out over the public emergency system... again. If they keep doing this then when the real zombies come nobody is going to believe it. We've got a classic case of 'the boy who cried zombie'. Also, a woman claims that Oreo never paid a prize that she won. Then, New York is running out of Cheetos. And finally, an $85 million dollar apt comes with trip to space and other anemones... enemies...amenities! These are the newses! Music by Uncle Milk Follow us wherever you listen to podcasts. www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/kCsU5Kqo8CY" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Weird Voicemails, Phone Booth Stuffing, Polished Tin Foil, and The Tiny Tooth Sensor: Episode 64
Phone booth stuffing was an attempt to see how many people could fit inside of a phone booth. Phone booth stuffing also sounds like it could be a side dish at a the AT&T company picnic. Before that, we get a voicemail about weird and mysterious voicemails from the 'What The Podcast' (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/what-the-podcast/id1349582735?mt=2). And before both of those two other things we discover that it takes a lot of work to create a polished aluminum foil ball. And finally, before...after everything else, the tiny tooth sensor that's taking your mouth by storm. Music by Uncle Milk Follow us where you listen to podcasts. www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/cgHrb78a1-g" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Zombie Raccoons, Exploding Ants, Why Haven't Aliens Visited Earth, and Borg's Pet Fly: Episode 63
Offroad, Rygar and Borg read the entire internet to find the newsiest stories for you. This week… why haven't aliens visited earth, zombie raccoons, a man waters a plant for his late wife, and exploding ants. Also today, for the first time, we learn the name of Borg’s pet fly. Music by Uncle Milk Follow us and share www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/0vAI5_z6F24" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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The Typo That Won the War, a 44 Furby Organ, Robot Strippers, Phone Bans and Things: Episode 62
Hey, this time… The typo that won the war, a 44 Furby organ, robot strippers, and other things. Ok, the other things are... a paper airplane folding machine, some of Yoko Ono's art was stolen, a student that works around the phone ban, and ladies and gentleman, today we meet Borg's pet fly. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com @robotpizzavan on Twitter www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/PgYu5BmZ_Ws" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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The Race for Underachievers, 500 Dollar Fine for an Apple, and Selfie Monkey in Court: Episode 61
This week... The .5k race for underachievers... Selfie monkey loses in court... A woman is fined $500 for an apple... A man attacked by a shark, mauled by a bear and bit by a snake... And more... news! 'What The Podcast' left us a voice mail about new developments with the AI Robot named Sophia. Check out their show about paranormal and conspiracy stuff on iTunes or SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/what-the-podcast Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com Friends of the van support the show at www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan on Twitter www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/dCoFf-Cg3_k" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Platypus Milk, A New Human Organ, and Slices of Ketchup: Episode 60
Platypus milk can save the world, a new human organ has been discovered, and slices of ketchup. Platypus milk has a newly discovered type of antibiotic property that could help us if all the germs became immune to our current antibiotics. And... scientists discovered a new organ in the human body that acts like a shock absorber for your bones and muscles. How did they overlook this before? And, and... a company is on Kickstarter funding slices of ketchup and other condiments. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com Follow on Twitter @robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/5VlK9PaXOac" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Slowest Roller Coaster Crash, Flat-Earther's Rocket, and Gold Falls From The Sky: Episode 59
You want to hear the news that they're not telling you, the news that has been hidden from your eyes thirsty for the quenching refreshment of truth. Thirsty eyes. The most important information has been hidden in plain sight, in the guise of seemingly random, silly and weird news stories. Here's what I found this week - The slowest roller coaster completely stops in the middle of a ride and no one noticed. A man builds his own steam powered rocket so he can launch it high enough to see whether the Earth is flat or not. Gold is reported to have been falling from the sky in Russia. Those are the incredibly relevant news stories that we cover this week. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com @robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/3AZNS6YiBJg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Cobots, Gobots, and Twitter Bots: Episode 58
What do robots that work alongside people, cars that transform into other things, and government propaganda have in common? No, I'm asking you. I don't know. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com @robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/b89ZSppqMYU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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What's In My Facebook Data: Episode 57
A glitch breaks Facebook for a minute, Elon Musk deleted his Facebook accounts, and Offroad take a look at the data Facebook has about him. There's a story from the beginning of this year when Facebook glitched out for a minute and told people that there was nothing new to see, no new posts... nothing. That was a simpler time. Elon Musk has deleted his Facebook accounts including one for SpaceX, Tesla, and one that kind of looks like his personal page. Then Offroad downloads the data that Facebook has gathered about him and tells you what's in it. Oh, and maybe somebody bit Beyonce. Music by Uncle Milk For more information visit www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/uGPqmFFjaoo" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Be A Choice: Episode 56
'Be a choice' is today's catchphrase, Owen Wilson says 'wow' a lot, you can send your name to the sun, the oldest message in a bottle, and cyborg body hacks... this week on the Robot Pizza Van. Owen Wilson says 'wow' in his movies so often that people have started to notice. Now there are numerous public gatherings for fans to say 'wow' like Owen. Wow! Then, NASA is sending a mission to the sun's atmosphere and you can send your name along. Maybe they will drop them all into the hellish furnace of the sun. Then, then, the oldest message in a bottle has been found. I wonder what it says. No, I know what it says. I'm just adding to the suspense. The last story today is about cyborg hacks you can currently do to your own body like the brain lace, magnetic finger tips, RFID chip implants, or an arm that detects earthquakes. Music by Uncle Milk For more visit www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/TtkqYPcTXOQ" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Fortune Cookie Lotto Winner: Episode 55
The news this week: Alexa's creepy laugh, Grumpy Cat wins in court, fortune cookie numbers win the lottery, and the $1,600 Uber ride. Amazon's smart device, Alexa has been laughing at random times during the day, sometimes during the middle of the night. Amazon finally acknowledged it. Then, Grumpy Cat wins a copyright lawsuit against a coffee business that had misused his likeness. After that, someone played the lucky numbers from inside a fortune cookie and won the lottery, including surprising information about fortune cookie numbers. Finally, the Uber ride that cost a sleeping man $1,600 and his struggle not to pay it. Music by Uncle Milk For more information visit www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/bZeFo77rsIU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Killer Whales Can Speak English: Episode 54
Killer whales, also known as orcas, can imitate human speech. They can imitate a lot of things. Orcas are the parrot of the sea. Then, A Swiss university is the first to offer a degree in yodeling. They should have called it Yodel University. Employees at Apple's new "spaceship" headquarters building keep walking into the giant glass walls. And the last story is about the #Lastman contest, a competition to see who can go the longest without learning who won the Superbowl. Music by Uncle Milk For more info visit www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/lxsIBupzqvg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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The Philadelphia Experiment: Episode 53
Did the military use secret advanced technology to render a navel destroyer invisible? Well, that's what I heard. This week we look at the Philadelphia Experiment, where the story came from and where it's going. We also talk about a material made of nano-tubes that absorbs 99.9% of light, making it the darkest artificial material, and we talk about the delivery robots that we've been seeing around town. Music by Uncle Milk Support us on www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/_JZUDGx_be0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Grackles At The Petrol: Episode 52
Hundreds of grackles gathered at a petrol station, a Starbucks on Yosemite, a UFO at the latest SpaceX launch, and a court case to prove Bigfoot exists. All this and more on Robot Pizza Van's 52nd episode. Let's see, that's one episode a week... 52 divided by... carry the one... It's been a year! Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/BMT5MUmtAUo" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Marmorkrebs: Episode 51
This weeks funny and/or weird news: Mutant crayfish clones are showing up all over the world, "As Slow As Possible" is a very slow song, Kentucky Fried Chicken is serving Gravy Cocktails, McDonald's french fries might cure baldness, and if you sedate a plant it seems to lose consciousness. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts, especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 www.robotpizzavan.com www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan @robotpizzavan www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/7xhV6o8ajPU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Slow Podcast: Episode 50
Offroad, Rygar and Borg watch some Slow TV. What is Slow TV you ask? That's not what you asked? Well someone asked! No, no, you're right. I'm just trying to explain what this episode is about. Slow TV is a genre of really long broadcasts where the pace of the action is very slow. Some examples include uninterrupted, unedited footage of a seven hour train ride, twelve hours of burning logs, and the thirteen hour National Knitting Night. I think that there are a few other short news bits also. Support the show! www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan Give us a review on iTunes itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot…d1212719431?mt=2 www.robotpizzavan.com Music by Uncle Milk<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/J9IOH06CnKI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Smalt: Episode 49
A smart salt shaker. Smalt, that's more fun to say and it's the actual name of the product. Then it's on to a different story where we learn that mice are evolving to live in the city. City mice. Cmice? It doesn't work the same as smalt. Finally we check out a band called the Virtual Currency Girls. Music by Uncle Milk You can support this podcast and get access to extra stuff at www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/NEfDGqDs7Gk" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Space Weed: Episode 48
A pound of marijuana is sent into space and then returns to earth. At first a PR stunt but now a business idea. Sometimes it's easier to list off a bunch of questions. What happens when you send marijuana into space? What happens when a person smokes it? Will people buy space weed? What if aliens steal your space-stash? Music by Uncle Milk You can support this podcast and get access to extra stuff at www.patreon.com/robotpizzavan Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/BUVAkdXp0nc" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Space Lawyers: Episode 47
Robot Pizza Van is a comedy podcast. Normally we're just reading funny news stories from the internet, but this week we're flying an alien UFO around. Borg pilots the spaceship as Offroad plots a course for adventure. We have a surprisingly good internet signal here in deep space. The first story is about Asgardia, a group of people who have gathered together to start the first space nation. They have launched a small satellite with the hopes of establishing a physical presence in space and eventual recognition from the United Nations. Then we read a story about a cigar shaped asteroid that scientist have confirmed is definitely NOT an alien spaceship. Hmmm... Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/AfSohddEFqE" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Borg to the Future: Episode 46
Borg travels through time to the beginning of the episode in order to tell us not to read a particular funny news story. We do read some other funny stories first. One story is about how your house might be bugged and what you can do about it. There's another story about lifelong best friends who discover they are actually brothers. We finally do read the forbidden story, even though Future-Borg warned us not to. The story inexplicably drives people to do crazy things. It's so dangerous that we send Borg back to the beginning of the episode in order to stop us from reading it. Music by Uncle Milk www.robotpizzavan.com Subscribe and give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/kzGVRUJDcn0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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8 More Unusual Musical Genres: Episode 45
We had so many unusual musical genres knocking on our door last week that it spilled over into this week's show. Let me introduce to you the 8 that jammed their foot in the door when I tried to close it: Space Disco, Nintendocore, Chiptune, Yacht Rock, UK Garage, Simpsonwave, Black MIDI/Impossible Music and ancient Indian Classical Raga. Next week we begin our new Season 2, so keep an eye out for new and exciting things. Music by Uncle Milk www.robotpizzavan.com Subscribe and give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/rRfNxmXAL28" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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7 Unusual Musical Genres: Episode 44
In today's modern world there are so many different musical styles and genres that it can be hard to keep track. Luckily, Robot Pizza Van has gathered some of the more unusual of them for you to take note of. You have a paper and pencil ready, or was that just a figure of speech? First we listen to Lowercase which is a style of extreme ambient minimalism. It's like turning up the sound on something that is usually quiet. Then Vaporwave is a style of music that reminds me of the soundtrack to software of the 1990s. We also listen to a kind of music called Noise. The people who play this music call it that. I'm not making a judgement. Hey, time for a new paragraph! Speedcore is like techno music played real fast. Then there's Cringe Pop. That's when it's so bad it's good. It comes around full circle. One, two, three, four, five... ok, then throat singers, we listen to some throat singers. And finally, the seventh and last unusual musical genre that we check out is Seapunk. It is much like the above mentioned Vaporwave with the added benefit of everything being sea-themed, including mermaids, shipwrecks and cool haircuts. Help us get some visibility on iTunes by giving us a rating and review here https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/LXHGU_cSv6Q" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Definitely Not A Christmas Special: Episode 43
Nobody learns any lessons and the bad guy wins at the end. Amidst the protests of co-hosts Rygar, Borg, and some supernatural surprise guests, Offroad makes sure that this is not a Very Special Christmas Episode. Just a regular old episode. Yep. Pen spinning is a thing that we've all done. You haven't? Pick up that pen there and hold it like you're going to write something. Now flip it around your hand without dropping it. Ok, now... pen spinning is a thing that we have all done, but some people take it to another level. There is an entire pen spinning competitive world with international championships. Then we look at some 'funny news of the past' including a scientist who invented bullet proof wheat (make a joke about lasagna here, maybe something about lasagna replacing body armor?) and edible ink on hot dogs (hot dog-vertising). And although we try not to, in the end... I guess we all learn a little bit about ourselves. But you should listen anyway. Music by Uncle Milk www.robotpizzavan.com Subscribe and give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/dMuDwJfPXfg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Real Life Superheroes: Episode 42
This time on Robot Pizza Van... real life superheroes are people that put on a superhero costume and patrol the streets, protecting the innocent and righting wrongs. Just like in the comic books (a comic book is like a movie that you have to read). There's a whole bunch of people doing this all around the world. We check out some of these real life superheroes, like Squeegee Man for example, to see what the story is. We also try a new Borg segment about unusual startup companies called "Don't Get Me Started!" and look at Elon Musk's Neuralink. Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/iPgnrDWED5Q" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Mysterious Sounds: Episode 41
Listen to some mysterious sounds with us including the bloop, the hum, and the loneliest whale. We also check out Tibetan throat singers (what else do you sing with?), spectral band replication, and helium - the funniest gas. The military put microphones into the oceans to listen for enemy submarines. Besides submarines they heard sounds that they couldn't explain (like "The Bloop"). Some of the sounds were so loud and carried so far that they must of been made by a massive creature or event. If it was a creature it would be the largest creature... ever. There's also "the Hum" which is a 'hummimg' sound that is heard in different places all over the world. No one knows for sure if it's a real sound (a machine or something) or just imagined. Not everyone can hear the hum. Then the loneliest whale is so lonely because his whale calls are a higher pitch than the others, so high in fact, that the other whales can't hear him. And If you were wondering what spectral band replication is well don't worry because Borg tells all. Oh, and there's a large cat. Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/O4H3bj9ojLY" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Sneakerheads: Episode 40
What is a sneakerhead? It's not a person with a big shoe for a head. I was really excited when that's what I thought it was. It turns out that a sneakerhead is someone who is fanatical about sneakers... for their feet. The hosts of the show - Offroad, Borg and Rygar are not shoe experts. Nonetheless, they have been extensively trained in socks, each own at least one pair of sneakers and are thus qualified to speak on the subject. This episode is meant to introduce the laymen to the wonderful world of sneaker fanaticism. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe and review the show especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/9gAEcrk7vPQ" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Rent A Fish: Episode 39
There is a hotel chain that offers fish for rent to its guests. How does that work? Just kidding, I already know. Then there's a story about a tick that was on display during a presentation about the dangers of ticks, but then mysteriously disappeared to everyone's fright. Time to start a new paragraph. Why? It just feels right. The next story we read is about strawberry pizza and the Internet's feeling about it. We always have to think of how the Internet will feel. Like the golden rule says - do unto the Internet as you would have the Internet do unto you. Then it's off to the fashion world as we look at the double jean. It's like wearing one pair of jeans real low on top of another pair of jeans. And, I don't even think that it's two separate pants. I think it's fake like those fake pockets that look like pockets but I try to put my hands in them and it turns out its just a seam in the shape of a pocket opening and my fingers curl up. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe and review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/kMtv5RxsiH0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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High-Tech Forks: Episode 38
A San Francisco man pays to live in a box, and a few different high-tech forks. There are seven million, nine hundred and ninety-eight stories in the naked city, besides these two. The rent in San Francisco is pretty high but how much do you think it would cost to live in a box? Then we look at several different high-tech forks including a noise canceling fork, a salt flavored fork (with no salt) and the fork that buzzes you if you eat too fast. Subscribe and review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Music by Uncle Milk Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/M7Dg2KfX9nI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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The Ping Pong Lifestyle: Episode 37
This week a court tells us that Facebook friends are not necessarily our real friends. I was already insecure. Then Prince's sister says that purple wasn't his favorite color. Guess what color it was? No, guess again. Ok... tell you what. Just listen to the show and I'll tell you then. We also chit chat about pool, ping pong and recreational tables in general. Nobody has room for a ping pong table. You make room. It's a lifestyle. The ping pong table makes room for you! Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/rxk3Xad137c" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Accidental Tweet: Episode 36
A marathon takes a wrong turn, and a phone accidentally dictates an unusual tweet. Robot Pizza Van is your source for all the news that is funny or weird. During a marathon the runners who were in the lead took a wrong turn. In the meantime some other guy wins the race. Then Rygar tells us about the time he ran in a marathon and was hit in the back of the head with a tortilla. That's why I won't run in any footrace. A woman is dictating a tweet about a news article she had just read. In the middle of the tweet a friend came to her house so she paused the tweet. Little did she know that the twitter machine had not paused but in fact had continued to dictate everything that she said to her friend and broadcast that out. Can you imagine the kind of private things that might have been revealed? Imagine no more. We have the actual tweet and it will be read live, on the air. This is nothing like Al Capone's vault. I am sure that there are words inside this tweet. We look at useless websites and spirulina really is a super food. Super cool! Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe and give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/MJhJLxQ4JTw" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Love Is Not A Real Ingredient: Episode 35
Love is not a real ingredient in granola, and George Foreman challenges Steven Seagal to a fight. Join Offroad, Rygar and Borg as we consider these stories and more. Can you list "love" as an ingredient on a food products label? A small bakery thinks so but the FDA disagrees. It's all up to you to decide. George Foreman challenges Steven Seagal to a 10 round, no holds barred, fight. Included in this episode is a list of holds that are traditionally barred. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan https://www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan/ http://www.robotpizzavan.com Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/KOiI_fFQUkw" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Fishnado: Episode 34
We search high and low to bring you the news stories that won't keep you awake at night. It was hard to find, but these are all of the stories from the entire internet this week, all the stories that don't involve politics, religion or anything else that generally excite people: Man sneaks snakes in his socks, fish are falling from the sky, and a monkey that took a picture of himself. That's all of them A man is caught at the Canadian border smuggling albino Western Hog-nose snakes in his socks. Robot Pizza Van has covered other stories of snake smuggling and assumes the reptile market to be lucrative. In a Mexican town fish have reportedly rained down in the streets during an otherwise normal rainstorm. Scientist say that the cause is a tornado that has sucked up a bunch of fish and rained them down miles away. Finally, a monkey took a selfie and now Peta has sued the human photographer on behalf of the monkey. Can an animal hold a copyright? Don't answer, I can't hear you right now. Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com www.robotpizzavan.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/crrPHUi_g3Y" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Squeaky Boy: Episode 33
Time for weird, unimportant news. You know on the news when they have that one story that's not serious... the 'human interest' story... the fluff piece. Well that's all we do. The stories today are: A bathroom's plumbing is clogged with money, Velcro wants you to stop calling it Velcro, a squeaky boy and more weird eBay items. Several bathrooms' "plumbing" have been found clogged with 500 euro bills that have been cut-up into tiny pieces. Why? I don't know. Then Velcro wants us to stop using the word Velcro as a verb, example: to Velcro something. They're worried about us using the word Velcro this way, like we did with Kleenex and band aide. If we do this too much then they could lose their brand name. They made a goofy music video to promote the idea and we watch it. Very catchy. Finally, we watch the video of a boy who's swallowed the whistle piece from a pet's squeaky toy. Is it funny... or is it sad? The boy end up ok. Does that help? Then we continue a story from a past episode of the Robot Pizza Van: More unusual items being sold on eBay. They're food items that are shaped oddly. For example: a Cheeto that is shaped like a bald eagle. How much would you pay for such an item? I can get you a good deal. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe and review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan We're on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan/ Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/df4uikIoN3U" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Weird Creatures: Episode 32
Here's the news that doesn't matter. It's not important or relevant. Today a man eats a black widow at the Halloween job fair. Then scientist have made a spider web as strong as steel. Finally, we're seeing more brain-like blobs around. I wonder why. A man attends a job fair at the local Halloween haunt. To impress and maybe land himself a job, he eats the poisonous black widow spider that he has brought along for the job interview. Very professional. Don't worry. He has learned from his mistakes and carries black widow anti-venom in case he gets bitten... again. Scientists have encouraged a spider to spin web that is as strong as steel. Imagine a group of scientists encouraging the cute little spider. "You can do it!" and "We believe in you little spiddey!" Brain-like blobs are generally found in certain areas. We've been finding them lately in unexpected places. I hate to find brain-like blobs when I'm not expecting it. Brain-like? They only look like brains. Each football sized blob is a colony of tiny zoids. What do they want? What does anybody want? Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe and review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan We're on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/robotpizzavan/ Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/szN-n8TUNMI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Air Guitar Champion: Episode 31
Listen to us talk as we watch some of the Air Guitar World Championship. We also look at a study that says intelligent people swear. Dang! We watch this year's 22nd Annual Air Guitar World Championship. That means they've done this 21 times already. Find out what it takes to win the title. This year it was held in Finland. Iceland is green and Greenland has ice. Finland has... A study done at the University of Rochester shows that intelligent people swear more. It also shows other habits that seem to correlate. Correlation does not mean causation... or does it! Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/YNPpNxanHl8" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Steamroller Crushes Unpublished Work: Episode 30
A famous author's unpublished works have been crushed by a steamroller, and the library asks that you stop paying late book fines with Chuck E Cheese tokens. At first these two stories seem unrelated and later they will seem even less related. We start with the news about Chuck E Cheese. We learn not only that a Massachusetts library is requesting that late book fees NOT be paid with Chuck E Cheese tokens, but the Chuck E Cheese Animatronic Band is breaking up! Two devastating blows to Mr. Cheese. Then its off to a friend of the late Terry Pratchett, who is fulfilling the late author's wishes. His wish? To have his hard-drive crushed by a steamroller after his death. This would prevent anyone from publishing any of his unpublished or unfinished work. And the steamroller in this story has a name! Someone named it! Oh, and Google home makes a short cameo appearance as the talking household internet device. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/za8gyoJr-z4" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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The WhopperCoin: Episode 29
What is a Whoppercoin and how do I get one? Where has Rygar been? Do people really register their hands as lethal weapons? Ok, so you've got a lot of questions. Well, gather around and I'll tell you a tale. A story of the time when Offroad, Borg and Rygar talked into microphones one summer day. To answer those questions - WhopperCoin is a cryptocurrency created by Burger King, Rygar was at the McGregor vs. Mayweather weigh-in, and no... as far as I can tell no one is required or able to register their hands as a lethal weapon. I guess there's no point in listening to this episode now that you know everything. See you next week! Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/E-P5eP34obI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Monkey Waiters: Episode 28
A bar employs monkeys as waiters, and a couple (of people) buy an exclusive street in San Francisco. If you're tired of caring about the news then join the Robot Pizza Van in our battle against important news. There is a bar in Japan that has a couple of macaque monkeys who serve drinks to customers. The monkeys learned it by watching the owner. Now they're teaching it to the next generation of monkey waiters and waitresses. A street in San Francisco forgets to pay their taxes so the city sells the street to a couple. The city kept sending warnings to the wrong address, so you see, it's all just a horrible misunderstanding. What would you do with a street of your own in a major metropolitan area? Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/T2AtsrTSB9U" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Tortoise On The Run: Episode 27
A giant tortoise escaped from a zoo in Japan. There’s a bunch of funny things in this story. First. it’s a giant tortoise so the escape must have taken some time, it was probably not a fast getaway. Second, the turtle doesn’t get very far. Third, how the turtle was found. This third point is not that funny but I was counting my fingers and I still have two more left. Fourth point, the turtle has a cute name. Fifth point of humor is… that … turtles are funny. Ok, the other story is that Pantone, the system for matching colors used in specifying printing inks, not Pantene the hair care product… Pantone has teamed up with the Prince estate to create a custom shade of purple as a tribute to prince. It’s called “Love Symbol #2”. I will not make a joke about the other numbered love symbols. And finally, is a vertebrit an animal distinguished by the possession of a spinal column, or is it something that you might spread your vegemite upon? Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/UmU5FkComok" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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King Cobras In A Can: Episode 26
A man is accused of smuggling cobras in potato chip cans, we review a guy on YouTube who reviews shoes, and we check out some food shaped like other things. Offroad, Rygar and Borg talk about funny, weird and/or unusual news articles from the internet. For instance, this week we read about a man who smuggled three live, venomous king cobra snakes, each two feet long, inside of a potato chip can. We watch a YouTube video from Brad Hall who reviews shoes and has been found on top ten most boring video lists. Then we’re on Ebay looking at food items that are shaped like something else. For instance, a Mickey mouse miracle sandwich that has mold shaped vaguely like mickey mouse is for sale on Ebay for $31,000… or best offer. A peanut with brown spots shaped like mickey mouse and a strawberry that doesn’t really look like mickey mouse at all, this and more on the Robot Pizza Van. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/jNfgJ_eJnNI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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AI Creates Its Own Language: Episode 25
Facebook shuts down their AI chatbots after the chatbots invent their own language. Scary and sensational headline but really they shut it down because it’s impractical... so they say! And luxury 'Skinny House' to be built in a three-meter gap in London. And, don't start a sentence with “And”. First, Facebook is experimenting with artificial intelligent (AI) chatbots to explore how people barter and trade. I bet they’re doing it so that chatbots can interact with customers better. Chatbots are less expensive than people for customer service. Anyway, they were messing around and they got two chatbots bartering with each other. Since there were no human involved, the chatbots started to create their own shorthand, or slang to communicate with each other. Some of the internet speculates that Facebook shutdown the project for fear of the chatbots developing their own secret language and taking over the world, or was that something I was afraid of? Then, skinny houses, a health fad in London, where houses eat less calories, get plenty of exercise and fluids… nope, skinny houses are actually houses that are built between two previously placed building that are in very close proximity. Let me try again. They squeeze the skinny house in between two houses that are already there. You’ll just have to listen to this episode to see for yourself. But really, they are houses built into a narrow space. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/DtRARtym7WU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Silent Song Tops iTunes: Episode 24
A silent 10 minute song is climbing the charts in iTunes and a truck crash covers highway in pizza. This show looks at the funny, unusual, even weird stories from the internet. But first we talk about noise cancellation, from advanced audio technology to the simple ear plug. There’s a song on iTunes by Samir Mezrahi called "A A A A A Very Good Song." The song is ten minutes of silence. If you’re wondering why anyone would make such a song, or why anyone would pay ninety-nine cents to buy such a song… then you’ve come to the right place. Or maybe you’re listening to hear about the highway covered in pizza. We also talk a lot about noise cancellation. Borg mentions that to cancel out a sound - you flip one of the speaker one hundred and eighty degrees out of phase. What does this mean? It’s like if you took the sound wave and flipped it. A sound wave goes up and down, so wherever it was up - it is now down, and vice versa. When you play a sound wave and the flipped sound wave at the same time they cancel each other out. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/OImRbNhSpFs" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Rat Cafe: Episode 23
Rygar, Offroad and Borg present another set of unusual stories from the internet. Cat cafes, dog cafes and even a rat cafe. But first we chat about the hard-hitting questions that everyone’s been dying to know: What kind of coffee do you like? What kind of hipster? How tall is America? Why does Charlie Chaplin have the same mustache as Hitler? There exist cat cafes where you can drink coffee while you hang around with free-roaming cats. There are also dog cafes which are very similar to the cat cafés except the cats are instead dogs. Finally, there is a rat café and guess what the cats there are? Yep, the cats are rats! Try to drink your coffee while your hanging out with rats. Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/ROXoiftRbnA" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Alarm Clock Stuck In A Wall: Episode 22
It’s time for a new episode. I can tell because of the alarm clock stuck in the wall for the past 13 years. I’m not sure what time it actually is because it’s inside the wall. Coincidentally this happened to someone else. How? Why? Where? All those newspaper type questions will be answered. TV networks misspell their show’s names on purpose. Why would they do such a thing? A marriage ends a winning streak. How could that happen? Boy, I ask a lot of questions for a guy who already read these stories. It’s almost like I’m trying to get you to ask these questions, to peak your interest, to elicit a response,… from you. Yes, I’m talking directly to you. Just like in the Neverending Story. Now sit back, yell out the new name you’ve chosen for the princess and listen to the Robot Pizza Van. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/UOBGAcQmflg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Goldfish On Wheels: Episode 21
Offroad has some news stories, Rygar’s talking some heavy philosophy and Borg remembers computer specs from yesteryear. Aaaaah... but now the news: Students at Carnegie Mellon University have built a goldfish tank on wheels that is driven by the position of the goldfish. This is the first step towards goldfish robots. In other news, artist Neil Mendoza has created a robotic system, controlled by a goldfish that smashes tiny people furniture. Goldfish again. Coincidence or is this the second step towards robotic goldfish and their eventual quest for global domination? The Pacific trash gyre/vortex is big. How big? Oh, don’t make us do math. No, really… Ok, you asked for it. Math! Then, the third thumb is a wearable, prosthetic, thirds thumb. How would that work? How do you control it? What does it look like? Now, now… slow down, all these questions will be answered in this episode. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/OvrxqQ-HVbM" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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P-Touch And The Real Lord Buckethead: Episode 20
You know last week the episode had Lord Buckethead in the title, but we didn't actually talk about him very much. This week we talk about him a lot, but I already named last week’s show. Today we learn a little bit about everyone: Rygar is so organized that he owns the deluxe version of the P-touch label maker, Borg breaks Youtube, EZ teaches us what dabbing is and it’s cultural significance, and Offroad quietly watches it all. Before we break YouTube we are able to watch Cory Burns record a weird strike out, the Bee gees cover the Beatles, and Adele cover herself. We also learn that in England fish sticks are called fish rods and that quantum computers will render computer encryption obsolete (we really shouldn’t do math on the air). Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/ECfi74S0fzc" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Peters Map And Lord Buckethead: Episode 19
Offroad, Borg, Rygar and special guest EZ talk about the most retweeted tweet, a clown who wants to juggle in court in his own defense, and Lord Buckethead who ran for run for Prime minister (The Tippy Top person in England). First, a train of thought through a landscape of movies and actors. Whats the difference between Willem Defoa and Christopher Walken? What is Peters Map? I found out that people who use Twitter are called Tweople. This doesn't have anything to do with what we talk about. We talk about this guy who is challenged by Wendy's to get 1 million retweets. Game on! Aaaaaaand a clown is trying to prove that he was just kidding, he wasn't really robbing a convenience store. Finally, Lord Buckethead is among many of the goofy candidates for Prime Minister, you can tell them apart from the serious candidates who aren't wearing costumes or buckets. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/qWGG_UkmeWM" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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I Married a Train Station, and Apple's Pizza Box Patent: Episode 18
Offroad and Borg are here, and today’s episode is in 3D sound! It feels just like the sound is really there… in your ears. First we read about a new pizza box design by Apple, and then we talk about a woman who married a train station. We also listen to a phone call from our email. Next time we’ll probably call up an email on the phone. Apple has designed a pizza box for their office’s cafeteria. And like everything made by Apple it is “fill in the blank with insult or praise depending on whether you like Apple or not”. In other news, a woman really likes a particular train station, a lot. We also revisit the YouTube page from our Spin Cycle episode 13 to look at the video’s comments. Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/QolKq17YSMM" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Audio Tattoos And Crumbless Bread: Episode 17
Offroad, Borg, Rygar, and special guest (second week in a row) EZ meet to discuss some topics from the internets: soundwave tattoos, crumbless bread and a clown that mustn’t juggle in his own defense. This episode is formatted in 3D audio, which sounds best on normal headphones(especially) or normal speakers. If you got a tattoo that played a sound, what would yours be? A bee? You’re just saying that because I just said that. Hey, if a tree falls in the woods and there’s no one there to use an app to play back the sound of the tree falling,… ok, wait there’s a simpler way to explain. There are soundwave-shaped tattoos that can use an app to play the sound back. Crumbless bred and the dangers of space food. It's like if you open up a bag of cheetos the wrong way and it bursts open and all the cheetos fly around the space cabin getting orange cheese powder on the instruments. Finally the clown story. Very curios title but we don’t get to it this week, so it shall remain a mystery... forever! Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe and review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/QdiKcdbsY34" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Giant Rubber Ducky: Episode 16
Sick of politics in your news? A giant rubber ducky is accused of being a counterfeit, and the manliest man mows his lawn in a tornado. This week Rygar is back and he’s brought a special guest: funny-man EZ. Offroad and Borg are also here as usual, as we reminisce of a simpler time, a time before irony, when sincerity still existed: the 1960s batman television show. Remember Bugles: snack or cereal? Is this another one of those Mandela effects? We geek out a little on fonts, Run-DMC track suits, and we speculate about the common law of “First-ies”. This episode is in 3D sound (ambisonics and binaural audio). Listen as you normally would with normal speakers or headphones. Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/WvSz8SjlhDk" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Fake Artificial Intelligence: Episode 15
Robot Pizza Van - Now in 3D Audio! Just listen like you normally do on regular speakers or headphones. We're using ambisonics (stereo is left-and-right, surround sound adds forward-and-back, ambisonics adds up-and-down) and binaural audio (takes the shape of your head into account?? Binaural audio is best experienced with headphones but still great on speakers). Now you can pay a robot to callback the robots that call you. An AI called me on the phone to sell me something. It was a real life Turing test. Janelle Shane, used a neural network to come up with goofy names for paint colors based on input from Sherwin-Williams paint chips. The same neural network went on to create new names for 1980s action figures. We enumerate examples of real action figures including He Man, GI Joe, Evel Knievil, Charles Mingus? Emotional singers don’t really want to sing but they can’t help it, that’s why the pained expression. A little slam poetry, and then an update on that speech synthesis engine. And finally, we close on the slow-motion scene of clowns, exiting a tiny car, followed by sheep (because they smell cotton candy). Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/IMOSZXhckpw" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Ninjas and Clowns: Episode 14
Borg and Offroad discover a ninja shortage in Japan. There’s a huge tourist demand but there aren’t enough Ninjas in supply. Maybe it’s not a shortage, maybe they’re really good at Ninja-ing and no one can find them. We also learn about the dangers of clowning, mimes, robot dancers, Bozo of the clowns and SantaCon- where thousands of drunk guys do a Santa-clad pub-crawl. The remake of Stephen King’s “It” is scheduled for September 8th, 2017 which may explain some of the uptake in creepy clown sightings. Then, 3d printed buildings. A big 3D printer drives around and can print a 50 foot dome building in 14 hours. Separately, a solar powered 3D printer that melts sand into glass sculpture. The solar printer is in the desert using the sun and the sand. Hey we should send some of these things to mars to build houses. And finally, police question a ventriloquist about what his dummy allegedly said. iTunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 Leave a voicemail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com Theme song by Uncle Milk<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/cvAumScur8Y" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Spin Cycle: Episode 13
We spend a bit of time watching a wash machine cycle (we review someone else’s review) and it’s actually one of the most fun I’ve had in a while. There’s suspense, heartache, thrills, and... cats! Here’s a little spoiler: 1600 RPMs! Lyrebird is a startup with new speech synthesis technology. They can take a one minute recording of someone’s voice and use it to generate a key which can then be used to generate speech of that person saying anything you want. The company is giving it away for free? Offroad mentions a theory that looting of stereo equipment during an LA riot helped rap/hip hop to grow. Actually, the theory is that this looting happened during a blackout in New York city in 1977. There is a caterpillar that eats plastic, on purpose. I think he likes it. There is also a quick (ha ha) story about particle accelerators. Look out for Future Shock - the idea and the Herbie Hancock song. Borg shows off his audio fading techniques (the fastest fade in the west). Music by Uncle Milk Give us a review on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/fQsAHJh-aAo" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Translating Dolphin: Episode 12
Help us get seen, WRITE A REVIEW! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 Picture the scene, a small goat climbs on your back while you do yoga. It’s real. It has been verified in the field. Rygar is not here today. Maybe next week (no probably not, but definitely soon). Donovan leitch, what’s up with Donovan (musician from the sixties, not the lawyer). He’s alive and he’s on tour. We talk about him with no actual research and much speculation. Soon (2021) artificial intelligence will be able to translate dolphin language. They already use it to translate dozens of human languages and just need to gather more dolphin data. A rage room is a furnished room that you can smash. Use a baseball bat or get creative - smash one thing with another thing. Juicero is a juicer. Its getting a reputation as an expensive ($120 million), ridiculous startup investment. The kicker is that you can save the $400 cost of the machine and squeeze the packets with your bare hands. And really most important of all (to me) is that you write a review for the Robot Pizza Van on iTunes. Here’s a link to the show in the iTunes store were you can WRITE A REVIEW! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van-funny-news/id1212719431?mt=2 If you already use iTunes then you probably know how to do this already, but if you don’t use iTunes, then I’ll understand if you don’t want to go through the whole process of getting an Apple ID and then writing a review. Then of course, I would also understand if you did. Music by Uncle Milk<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/znJ0Zb778m0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Cheese Sculpture And Other Food Oddities: Episode 11
Japan is facing a massive potato chip shortage. An artist has created a sculpture of Beyoncé… out of cheese (a lot of work just for the pun “Brie-oncé”). We also discover which bathroom stall(cubicle?) is the cleanest, statistically. Music by Uncle Milk Review us on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/Efnvh9hYCpk" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Asteroid Skyscrapers: Episode 10
Aaaaaah… the self-deprecating nineties. Well even if you weren’t alive yet you can still remember them, indirectly through sales-based nostalgia. We remember some of the things from the nineties like that song by Enigma that was in Tropic Thunder, and we couldn’t remember at the time but it was Suzanne Vega and her song 99.9F°. Elbows or knees? The truth or lies? We make some tough choices and we learn a little about ourselves along the way. The first news story; Prosecco nail polish, the first edible nail polish… lick-able nail polish, it’s not edible, I learned the hard way. This product is somehow associated by Groupon and so there is the associated prestige and sophistication. The second story is a Skyscraper that hangs from an earth-orbiting asteroid. Look out to the horizon and see the skyscraper hanging down from above… as it slowly drifts by. It would be like an upside-down city skyline. What if you had both the regular skyline and this upside-down skyline? The third news story is about a $25,000 prize for the smelliest sneaker. There are different factors that are used to judge this contest. I don’t think they used any scientific instruments but instead rely on a judge’s subjective ‘judgment’. I could criticize the judge but I think he’s been through enough. We also learn some of the techniques that the contestants used to develop the shoe’s smell. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/QRcO-yzuBh8" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Self Driving Cars and Sinister Smart Devices: Episode 9
Rygar and Borg take a turn reading the news stories, we’ll see how they like the pressure! The first story is about a 'smart garage' owner who complained about his “garadget” smart device, so the company had it disabled. The second story is about an invention for self-driving cars: 'human flypaper' mounted on the hood of the car. This way if the car hits someone, they’ll stick! Besides this we touch upon yoga, deserted boats in the bay, Uber and someone touches upon something hot and burns their finger. And hey, subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Music by Uncle Milk Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/og3sDv-U3Yw" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Edible Water And Sneaker Laces: Episode 8
This week we examine edible water bubbles. We don’t eat or drink any, we just examine… the idea. We’re also talking about a Harvard study on the physics behind why shoelaces come untied… and the shoes that love them. Along the way, tales are told of Fruitarians, Breatharians, plant EKGs, Ents and Entwives, the British version of Kickstarter, Boba tea, kale(again), and we watch an advertisement(?) for Joan’s barbecue and foot massage. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/LQgwoBJI0Pk" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Pencil Fights and Cat Bells: Episode 7
Remember childhood pencil fights? What’s up with Paper boys, papergirls… paper-people? And Bazooka Joe, has he ever had a bazooka? A lot of questions but don’t worry, they are rhetorical. Then Rygar, Borg, and Offroad talk about the most expensive potato chips, a so-called ‘thief’ who accidentally warns his victim, UPS truck habits, and listen as we watch Colbert watch 'Hi Stranger’…… and while you’re at it listen to us watching a video of two cats that ring bells with their cute little paws for treats. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/f8NYMjyTrNY" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Doggy Drones and Solar Sails: Episode 6
Clouds that rain tequila, cheating in school, dog drones, and mysterious lights in the sky. These are the days of our lives, … these are the days of someone’s life. But for us, these are the topics of discussions. Rygar, Borg and Offroad talk about an art-installation cloud that ‘rains’ tequila, a complicated 2-drone solution to the dog poop crisis, and a Harvard study suggesting aliens may be hard at work in another galaxy. But before that, they answer a few computer-generated questions which lead to some inadvertent tips on cheating in school, and a few conversational tangents, which themselves lead to more tangents. It’s like holding a mirror up to another mirror, and gazing into the infinite reflections of the internet. Music by Uncle Milk Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com And seriously, subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/a7cXiDrwjMc" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Pet Some Peeves: Episode 5
Today we learn what it takes to start a Popsicle cart, we take a ride on a Popsicle bike, and pet some peeves. Then we’re talking about a $100 bottled iceberg water, bad Brita filters and the Santa Claus conspiracy. Follow the money! Rygar relates a harrowing snowboard adventure, we hear of a man who swallowed a light bulb only to have it removed ten years later, and …….. have you heard of Burning Man? So has everyone else. Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com And seriously, subscribe, rate and review (especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2) Music by Uncle Milk<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/O74nSYhsbUI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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3D Printed Food and Wild Turkeys: Episode 4
This week we learn that NASA has invested in 3D printed pizzas for Mars missions, Borg reads some unintentionally funny headlines, and Sting is the King of the Mods(in Quadrophenia). Then we react to the wild turkey video and the Uber CEO vs Uber Driver argument video. Finally, if a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear, does it bother to make a sound? Music by Uncle Milk Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/zKQe796nS_M" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Zombie Buddhist Goat Ghosts: Episode 3
Our first article is about a Viking funeral for a goldfish. This leads to talk of Tibetan funerals and of course, zombie Buddhist goat ghosts. The second article is about the most expensive taco in the... news, a twenty-five thousand dollar taco. Yum? Then some ASMR treats(not really), StockX - the stock market for sneakers, Back to the Future shoes, and the dangers of Velcro. The final article is about Pizza Hut's limited edition, IOT shoes that can order a pizza while you tap your toes. They're being released for March Madness to 'Influencers' so we are expecting a pair for Robot Pizza Van in the mail any day now. Music by Uncle Milk Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/lLPLWvQ2-fs" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Cannibal Hamsters: Episode 2
We're talking condiments with a focus on horseradish, pulled pork with pickles and up-cycled organic baby carrots. What is the proper cellphone etiquette on the BART? Is a human hamster water feeder an ASMR treat or a slurping nightmare? The Selfie Drone, hmmmmmm..... Cannibal hamsters in France. More Google Home Easter Eggs. The origin of the word dude. Leave a voicemail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com Theme song by Uncle Milk<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/VOSfMcmmvRM" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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Dog Music and Umbrella Drones: Episode 1
Today we present - the musical preferences of dogs, umbrella drones, and a recipe for eating wild snails. Borg tells us about the pirates of Mallory Square and their dance parties. Rygar plays some Leonard Nimoy and his Ballad of Bilbo Baggins and Google Home makes a cameo appearance. Then, mantra magic and AI based startups. Chemistry class and arranged prom dates. Shady limos and Bell Biv Divoe's extended remix. All of this and many more incomplete sentences. Music by Uncle Milk Subscribe, rate and review especially on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/robot-pizza-van/id1212719431?mt=2 or Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/robotpizzavan Call and leave a voice mail at 510-629-1233 or email us at robotpizzavan@gmail.com<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/robotpizzavan/~4/ncm__WhHjLQ" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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