Episode 1011— Download Episode
On today's show, we discussed P.S. Ruckman, Jr., Jim Gard, Ifrah Siddique, Marion Barry, and more.
The Detroit Cast discusses: their first curling match at Detroit Curling Club, which ended in an unfortunate controversy; U-M basketball heating up at tournament time; a very raw “College Sex Survey” being sent out at Michigan State University; Quantas barring its staff from using gender-inappropriate words; release of the audio feed to “Fire and Fury” author Michael Wolff’s “Today” show earpiece, proving that he was full of shit when claiming couldn’t hear an interviewer’s question; political science professor and presidential pardon expert P.S. Ruckman, Jr., killing his kids and himself; students claiming that Parkland teacher Jim Gard is anything but the “hero” he is claiming to have been during the recent Florida school shooting; “The Looming Tower” miniseries, portraying the strife between factions of the FBI and CIA during the years leading up to 911; Julian McCarvey hitting a 3 as time expired to win the New York high school basketball championship, despite traveling 6 times before hitting said shot; 2-year-old Ifrah Siddique being killed by a falling mirror at a Payless Shoe store in Georgia; Washington D.C.’s erection of an 8-foot statue honoring former mayor Marion Barry; and, email.
Here are links to the videos that we discussed during this episode:
Michael Wolff’s earpiece audio.
Julian McCarvey traveling/cheating before hitting the 3-pointer.