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#173: Because Science Says So

By Scott Stratten

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In today’s episode, we share our thoughts on Kellog’s role in the Zombie Apocalypse, Uber fire, Radio Shack Rogue One, collaboration in the workplace, beg-packers is Asia, and alternatives to killing kittens. All this and the best part is, you can trust everything we say because science.

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:32.12]Herding Cats
  • [00:01:54.05]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:02:31.23]If There Was a Zombie Apocalypse…
  • [00:04:46.05]An Uber Audible
  • [00:10:13.27]Kidless Brand
  • [00:15:41.14]The Shack Goes Rogue
  • [00:19:45.03]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:20:05.23]Collaborative Sabotage
  • [00:27:14.13]Western Backpackers In Asia
  • [00:29:09.04]Made-Up Word: Beg-packers
  • [00:31:12.18]Listener Question: I agree QR codes are dead and uncool, but is there an alternative?

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Mentioned In This Episode

  • Uber’s C.E.O. Plays With Fire
  • After Upscale Restaurant Bans Kids, Critics Fume, Reservations Surge
  • RadioShack Stops Caring, Brushes Off Profane Posts By Rogue Closed Store
  • Collaboration Creates Mediocrity, Not Excellence, According to Science
  • Shameless Rise of the ‘Beg-packers’