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Two millennials, Derick Schultz and Haley Jacobsen, cite sources and babble on about random topics

Two millennials, Derick Schultz and Haley Jacobsen, cite sources and babble on about random topics
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United States

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Two millennials, Derick Schultz and Haley Jacobsen, cite sources and babble on about random topics

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English


Episodes

13: Agatha Christie & The Boys in the Band

1/15/2019
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On this 13th episode of Bibliobabble Haley spins a tale of mystery while discussing Agatha Christie's disappearance. Derick babbles about the iconic play turned film, The Boys in the Band.

Duration:00:45:54

12: Psychics & Lizard People

1/8/2019
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New year, new episode! In the first episode of 2019, Derick dishes on psychics and then Haley babbles about the lizard people conspiracy theory.

Duration:00:38:44

11: Now, Bring Us Some Figgy Pudding!

12/25/2018
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It’s Christmas Day! We’re here to celebrate with you by trying figgy pudding for the first time! Then, we babble random facts and folklore associated with the holiday season and exchange gifts!

Duration:00:38:04

10: Traditional Christmas Foods & the Mythology of Winter

12/18/2018
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Feliz Navidad! It's just days before Christmas, so Derick is here to whet your appetite and tell you all about the foods associated with the holiday season and the origins of each. In the second half, Hailey gets Greek on us and babbles about the mythology of the winter season and how it came to be.

Duration:01:00:04

9: The Curse of Atuk & Mary Tyler Moore

12/11/2018
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On this edition of Bibliobabble, Haley, with a flashlight under her chin, tells us about the creepy curse of the Atuk screenplay. Then, Derick babbles about Minnesota's adopted poster girl, Mary Tyler Moore! *Hat toss*

Duration:00:51:20

8: Eartha Kitt & American Football

12/4/2018
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It's episode eight! In it, Derick timelines the life and cultural impact of the electrifying Miss Eartha Kitt, then Haley babbles about Teddy Roosevelt and his influence on the evolution of American football.

Duration:00:47:08

7: Joan of Arc & Total Recall Memory

11/27/2018
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On the seventh episode of Bibliobabble, Haley tells us the story of Joan of Arc, a fierce feminist way ahead of her time, and then Derick babbles about people who remember everything.

Duration:00:55:14

6: Mojave Phone Booth & The Law of Attraction

11/20/2018
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On this episode of Bibliobabble, Derick dials the Mojave Phone Booth, a lone pay phone in the middle of the Mojave Desert, and Haley babbles about a theory she swears by called The Law of Attraction.

Duration:00:56:58

5: 36 Questions

11/13/2018
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Things get personal when Derick and Haley take the 36 Questions quiz!

Duration:01:08:25

5: Total Recall Memory & Twinning

11/6/2018
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Special guest host, Hanna Jacobsen, joins Derick and Haley on this episode of Bibliobabble! Derick explores total recall memory, while Haley and Hanna babble about twins. We're cited!

Duration:00:56:05

4: Wendigo & Urban Legends

10/30/2018
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On this spooky episode of Bibliobabble, Haley scares herself by sharing the story of the wendigo and then Derick babbles about urban legends before reading one that has haunted him since childhood.

Duration:00:57:20

3: Hocus Pocus & Palmistry

10/23/2018
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It's just a bunch of Hocus Pocus this week on Bibliobabble! Derick babbles about the film's production while Haley shares her (limited) research on palm reading.

Duration:01:02:41

2: Halloween & Drag Queens

10/16/2018
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This week Haley babbles about the history of everyone's favorite dress-up holiday, Halloween. Then, Derick spills the tea on the evolution of drag and the iconic queens who paved the way to the present-day Drag Race era.

Duration:01:01:34

1: Information Superhighway & Coca-Cola

10/4/2018
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Derick Schultz and Haley Jacobsen are CITEd to share with you an all new podcast- Bibliobabble! Derick babbles about the information highway and Haley babbles about Coca Cola.

Duration:01:03:48