Cait is the host for this edition.
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1. Following up last week’s discussion of the US Postal Service serving as a bank for the under-banked (is that a word? We’ll go with yes) the Shebangers discuss an article by Tianna Gaines-Turner detailing “Three Steps We Can Take To Solve Poverty, From Someone Who Knows Firsthand.” We determined last week that perhaps the problems of the under-banked (there it is again) arise not from a lack of banking options, but in fact a lack of funds to put into a bank. Has Mrs. Gaines-Turner the answer? Listen in. Here is the book Jen discusses:
2. The Mandela Effect: Do alternate memories indicate an alternate history in a parallel universe? Fiona Broome thinks so. The Mandela Effect refers to shared false memories such as people who all distinctly remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison when, in fact (or in this universe), he did not.
Also, here is the video of Japanese school girls doing parkour that I sent to the Shebangers in lieu of links to information about the Mandela Effect.
3. All About That Bass: Pastel pastries, unflattering outfits, gloriously shaking booties, and one poor, abused, skinny woman. We discuss the music video for the joyous ear worm by Meghan Trainor who does not want to hear one word about that treble. Remember listeners: You are perfect from your head down to your toe, unless you are slender. All About That Bass
The fabulous male dancer’s Vine compilation.
Enrichments or Enragements:
|Cait is enraged by her failed attempt to get her laundry done. How do these contraptions not except credit cards, by now?|
|Mom is enriched by the temperate weather. Ahh, how refreshing!|
|Jen is enriched by Dr. Oz eating his words about Agave being better than sugar. As she says, “Where is your God now?”|