Plus, how the best navigators in the world get around. Thanks to caller Amy. Meet the DJs of the Bird World. Mockingbirds are masters at copying the songs around them. Listener Tim wonders: how do they develop their expansive playlists?
Two mocker experts fill us in. Plus, listener Matt has spent decades searching for someone to validate his spoon gripe. ELT finds him a kindred spirit. Thanks t How Squirrels Track Their Nuts. The average tree squirrel can bury up to 10, nuts every fall. But she also knew he loved me very much and would do anything for me.
So he either got a manual from my mom, an actress and very well known director who loves all things make believe, magical and non-cookie cutter over the top. She had given in to the idea that Daddy just gave the door key to Grammie each and every Christmas Eve and let her do her thing to make sure Mommy never had her heart broken. T he best parenting win I had ever received! This went in a whole list for her with the Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, Leprechaun and even Jack Frost that left designs on the windows in the frost on our cars in the cold.
My mom really holds a lot of magic in her life! Pauls Marian Theater , just as my mom brought and raised me since I was so little in , and my mother, Denny Charbonnet first came to St. Pauls and began the Drama Program dedicating it to Our Lady and never looking back.
It only made sense that she was afraid to break the news to me. Nicholas is no lie, girlfriend! And Damn it! Because we started this such a long time ago, and set a precedent…. Each and every time I want to wrap:. When you fly do you really need to put your phone in airplane mode? Should you fear the tray table? Two airline pilots answer your burning air travel questions.
If you found millions of dollars worth of buried treasure, what would you do next? Take it to the bank? Sell it on eBay? Call 60 Minutes? ELT unearths the tale of the largest buried treasure ever found in North America.
Plus, practical tips for dealing with new-found millions, and a nationwide treasure hunt, ELT-style. Who decides what a cheerleader looks like? Or sounds like? In part two of a two-part episode, ELT digs into the complicated legacy of an American archetype. How did one style of cheerleading come to dominate in so many American schools?
In part one of a two-part episode, ELT flips through the history of cheerleading and meets the man who held cheerleading in the pompom of his hand.
Why were pants developed and who wore them first? ELT unravels the surprising story of pants. Can duct tape really fix every little thing? Plus, your most ingenious MacGyver stories. What took so long? When did organ music and baseball become a thing?
ELT gets to the bottom of a familiar aroma -- thrift store smell. Why do thrift shops all smell the same? Plus, is washing your clothes better than freezing them? ELT investigates listener cleanspiracies with expert cleaner Jolie Kerr. ELT tracks down the source of the scary sound. How do U. Plus, Bigfoot gets his due. Why do some auctioneers talk so fast? And what are they actually saying? ELT gets the low-down on auction talk from a professional auctioneer.
Plus, pro-tips for developing your auctioneer chant. Every year the TSA confiscates millions of pounds of pocket knives, sunscreen and snow globes from airport travellers. Plus, tips for sneaking your weed onboard, from a former TSA agent.
How did cold uncooked eggs become a festive beverage? Plus, coquito for the nogged out. And one of the first scientists to hoist herself into the treetops describes life in the canopy. Why is pumpkin spice a thing?
Flavor scientists explain why this particular combination is so appealing -- or not. Plus, how to make a new flavor, and ELT listeners pitch their ideas for the next flavor fad. All Songs Considered. Retrieved 5 May Retrieved 7 September Everett, Walter London: Pan Books. History is multi-dimensional. Do better ELT. Many episodes sound like the same white woman calling over and over. I understand that this is their primary demographic, but they need to make an effort to promote to different racial groups.
The content is great though. Apple Podcasts Preview. The album was their first not to top the Japanese Oricon charts, but still managed to sell more than a million copies and was awarded as "Album of the Year" at the Japan Gold Disc Awards. In the band released their fifth album, Many Pieces , which topped the Oricon charts. The album had five promotional singles prior to its release, including "Jump", the first attempt of Mochida in music composing, Untitled: 4 Ballads , their number one EP which got platinum status in Japan, and also " Grip!
In November the duo released their single " Koibumi " that was a surprise for many, because it performed comparatively well on the charts, selling more than many of their previous singles.
During Every Little Thing's — Commonplace Tour , Mochida suffered from bronchitis which further affected her singing style during the tour as well as on their 7th album, Crispy Park , released on August 9, their 10th anniversary day. A — concert tour followed their tenth anniversary album release. Their 31st single, " Swimmy ", theme song for the drama series Kekkon Dekinai Otoko , was released in October For celebrating their tenth anniversary, Every Little Thing held a two-day special live at the Nippon Budokan on March 6 and 7, Their album Door released on March 5, peaked at number 2 on the Oricon charts.Jan 26, · Check out Every Little Thing by Carly Pearce on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on clubexandalynewlapeconmembspanat.coinfo(95).