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Stool Pigeons

May 23, 2016

Today we discuss one of earth's most important natural resources: Bird dung. In the second half of the 1800s, bird guano was one of the world's most used plant fertilizers. It was harvested off tiny islands in the Pacific and Caribbean and shipped worldwide. A war was even fought over this incredible substance. Find out...

May 18, 2016

This week Tiffany takes us on a journey to the world's most interesting toilets as she reviews Lonely Planet's Toilets: A Spotter's Guide. Have you ever wanted to poop off a cliff, or on some of your most cherished moral principles? Now you can! At least vicariously through us. We also talk about why famous...

May 13, 2016

Today we learn the answer to the eternal question: What does fiber and protein do to your poop? Also, what the heck is poop anyway? We finally go back to basics and follow your food from its delicious beginnings in your mouth to its tragic end in your toilet, and have some grand adventures in between.

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May 2, 2016

We did it, Stool Pigeons! We're into double digits. Welcome to the Dirty Dozenth episode where Tiffany runs down 12 of our filthy animal friends and their preposterous poop habits. Plus, updates on Mike's ongoing home bidet adventure!