Disalmanac Podcast 028: Albert Einstein (with Jill Morris)

Disalmanac Podcast 028

This week: fact-like facts about Albert Einstein, the great 20th century physicist and dancer. Oh, how he loved to dance. Line dancing, mostly. His 1905 paper on “The Boot Scootin’ Boogie” completely revolutionized the way we scoot boots.

And stay tuned for a Random Bonus Fact about pebbles from writer Jill Morris, co-author of “Please Fire Me” and a contributing writer to the Onion. She is not, however, a noted boot scooter.

Download by right-clicking the above link. Like you don’t know that.

Remember, all the previous podcasts are here. Hear previous guests like Reggie Watts, Ted Leo, Mary Jo Pehl (MST3K), Bill Corbett (also MST3K), Jeopardy! champ Ken Jennings, the British band Clinic, and Sara Benincasa, or learn some crap about String Theory or Iceland. Whatever.

And don’t forget our Twitter feed, our visually-oriented Tumblr and our Facebook fan page. Lots of Disalmanac to go around! No need to crowd!


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