We have reached the second to last major candidate for the 1800 election! Aaron Burr! Since we've discussed him before, this will be a REBROADCAST with the NEW STUFF at the 8:08 mark! There's lotza crazy foreshadowing within this new information! How exciting!
Hello again! We are in the middle of looking at the major candidates for the 1800 election, and it's time to check in with the last election's WINNER... Yep, it's another REBROADCAST, continuing the epic tale of the Johnny Adams! If you're only here for the newest info about his years as the big man in the white house, that starts at the 27:17 mark!
We have once again reached an election year! 1800 to be precise! Trust me when I say things are starting to get a little cray cray... Especially with all these French passive aggression petty parties. The first candidate we're checking in on is Charlie Pickaninny, and we've covered him before so this is a REBROADCAST where the NEW INFO can be found at the 8:59 mark! And trust me when I say this new info includes some spicy pancakes yall.
For the FINAL BOUT in these in-between-election episodes, I'm talking about the very first time the citizens of the United States saw a CASH-4-GOLD ad. Spoiler alert: THEY LOST THEIR FREAKIN' MINDS. AND DRANK ALL THE MILKSHAKES.
We are looking at events that happened in between US elections and for the year 1798, I got a special treat! It's time for BOOK CLUB!! This episode is a chapter-by-chapter summary of a crazy book that dropped like an album and was makin' waves in all the circles in 1798! It's Charlie Broccoli Brown as you've never heard him before!
You know how every now and then you'll be watching the news and find out that like thousands of people are instantly bankrupt because some investors were up to some tomfoolery? This is one of those times! Enjoy this in-between-election fiasco!
It's been a long haul but here we are at the THIRD ELECTION! 1796! The shenanigans are real this time! And finally, we're starting to party up! Some of the shenanigans, specifically Alexandy Hammy Tammy's, have been covered in previous episodes. This one will consist of mainly the little shenanigans that weren't covered... AND THE BEGINNING OF PARTY TIME! AND THE LIMITED EDITION ELECTION RESULT! How excitin'!
We have finally arrived! It is time to reveal our final candidate for the 1796 election!! And let me tell you: one particular rabble-rouser is gonna get his just desserts! This is a REBROADCAST though so if you want to skip to the desserts, you eat them at the 23:23 mark!!
We are in the HOME STRETCH for 1796, folks! We're looking at candidate #10! Thomas Jefferson! This means we're lookin' at his weird, weird, obsessions with books, French things, and keeping his slaves while freeing his slaves while keeping them! It's real doosey this story right here!
We're checking back in with our eighth candidate for the 1796 election! This is a REBROADCAST of the George Clinton episode! Included is a little tweak that's overdue about the whole Vermont thing... and the updated information about his life between elections is at the 14:52 mark! The is perhaps the most necessary unnecessary episode I have ever made. Trust me, that statement makes sense.
This is a REBROADCAST of the John Jay episode, with NEW CONTENT at the 11:32 mark!! What's new? We're talking about how John Jay single-handedly split the country in half, causing POLITICAL TURMOIL UP THE WAZOO! It's a genuine doosey.
We're takin' a gander at our fourth candidate for the 1796 election! And this guy... He's got a lot in common with his older brother Charlie... other than the fact that this dude had a lot more swag cuz he got a whole entire treaty named after him.
The first candidate we're looking at for the 1796 election! If you needed an example of a stereotypical aristocrat who doesn't like poor people and prioritizes money over human life, I think I found your guy!
It's 1795, which means this is the last part of this series of in-between-election episodes! And boy do I have a story for you! We're going to Hawaii! Where prophesies and betrayals and volcanic craters have historical significance! It's a genuine epic!
In 1794, an aspiring entrepreneur named Eli Whitney gets a patent. I mean he doesn't make a whole lot of money because people are greedy and making bootlegs or whatever, but he does change the entire course of US history with this single freakin' invention.