I’m really happy to bring you this episode today, but it comes with a content warning, because it includes discussion of suicide.
If you’ve listened to this podcast for a while, you know we’ve covered a lot of pretty horrifying stories. Mass shootings, animal attacks, plane crashes – we’ve heard the first-hand stories of the people who have actually experienced those things.
Remember back in the day, when everyone got up on Monday morning, and went to work?
I believe that people, for the most part, are good. When a tragedy happens, we want to help.
The subway system in New York City is pretty impressive.
On the morning of April 19, 1995, a former US Army soldier parked a rented Ryder truck in front of the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building, located in downtown Oklahoma City.
As I walk or bike through my neighborhood, one of the saddest things I often see is a flyer stuck to a telephone pole or electric pole, telling about a lost dog.
This is a bonus episode of What Was That Like.
Today’s story takes place off the coast of Somalia, a country in Africa.
DNA technology is pretty amazing, and it’s gone mainstream. I recently submitted a DNA kit with one of the companies called 23andme. I got the results back, and they gave me a list of 1500 people who were all “somewhere” in my family tree. And I’ve even gotten in touch with some of them.