The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota Is Real, And It’s Spectacular (Cool Weird Awesome 598)

Darwin, Minnesota is where you find a 17,400 pound ball of twine that one guy made over the course of 30 years. Here's the twine ball's story. Plus: to no one's surprise, researchers find that cats prefer to get food for free instead of having to work for it. 

By |2021-08-25T08:22:43-04:00August 25, 2021|Cool Weird Awesome, Podcasts|Comments Off on The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota Is Real, And It’s Spectacular (Cool Weird Awesome 598)

The Muffler Men And Uniroyal Gals Of Route 66 (Cool Weird Awesome 526)

Today is the day in 1926 that Route 66 got its name. The interstate highway may not be the only one of its kind, but it's certainly the one with the most memorable roadside attractions - including the giant fiberglass sculptures known as Muffler Men and Uniroyal Gals. Plus: there’s a sculpture contest this weekend at Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum - the Honey, I Shrunk The Kinetic Sculpture Race!

By |2021-04-30T09:24:13-04:00April 30, 2021|Cool Weird Awesome, Podcasts|Comments Off on The Muffler Men And Uniroyal Gals Of Route 66 (Cool Weird Awesome 526)

How Do Time Zones Work At Earth’s Poles? (Cool Weird Awesome 264)

Time is an odd thing no matter where you are, but it's especially weird at the North and South Poles, since all the world's time zones sort of converge there and a day as we know it lasts an entire year. Plus: it may be time to pay a visit to the World's Largest Buffalo Monument!

By |2021-03-16T09:41:36-04:00March 21, 2020|Cool Weird Awesome, Podcasts|Comments Off on How Do Time Zones Work At Earth’s Poles? (Cool Weird Awesome 264)
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