The Kingston Legacy #16: Return of the Drones

1 hour 1 min - Published Tue, Jan 12, 2016 by Josh Wodarz and Robert James Algeo

To close out 2015, Robert Algeo and Josh Wodarz revisit drones. Unfortunately this episode did not get published until 2016, however. We blame the drones.

In all seriousness (though they are rarely serious), the lads cover Tokyo’s anti-drone drone, an unfortunate drone accident where a toddler lost an eye, Texas Chainsaw Police, parents attempting to get their children to eat carrots, competitive eating, the gene splicing tool known as Crispr, Josh totally messes up the Square-Cube law, giant viruses, and the cultural place of Osmosis Jones and where do the 90s and 00s begin and end. Join them for the fun. The fun, we tell you.

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The Kingston Legacy

Every two weeks on The Kingston Legacy we talk about things that are a little weird, a little geeky, and a little geek. Most of all, we try not to take ourselves too seriously.

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