Episode 84 The Mongolian Death Joint
Welcome back for episode 84 of Project Archivist. This week’s show will be another ramble cast covering the usual wide range of oddities. This week, Woman finds super rare video game worth $15,000 dollars at a thrift shop for $7.99! Shine on you crazy diamond as one of the coolest album cover artists ever heads to that great gig in the sky, An adorable new Demon bat species found in Vietnam, 8 of the coolest Businesses on bikes, Cops confiscate a monster Doobie worth $5000 to $7000!!! And finally a computer thief gets PWND when the computer he stole sends back images of his solo activities on plumper porno websites! Project Archivist Drinking glasses now available in the shop store!!
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A street robbery and a card fraudster with a penchant for the plump, some laptop tracking software and a massive pile of evidence
Pot may be legal in Colorado and Washington State now, but the students of UC Santa Cruz have one of the longest-running, highest-profile 4/20 traditions going anywhere. Last weekend, as they do every year on 4/20, students gathered on campus to brazenly smoke pot outdoors. Making no attempt to hide, the students make it easy for cops to show up and rain on the parade, which they do every year.
Storm Thorgerson, Album Designer, Dies at 69
Storm Thorgerson, a British graphic designer whose comic, disturbing, semi-surreal images for the covers of albums helped illustrate the era of psychedelic rock, died on Thursday. He was 69.
New ‘Demon’ Bat Species Found in Vietnam
Three new bat species, one resembling the Lord of the Underworld, have been discovered in the tropical forests of southern Indochina.
8 Coolest Businesses on a Bike
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Music From The Show
THRIFT SHOP (RAY VOLPE REMIX)
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