Bird Call Review

Bird calls are incredibly diverse. But are they all good? Are some just okay? Can a bird call be sexy? Let's find out.

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  • Northern Pygmy-Owl

    Jeremy and Michael review the northern pygmy-owl and discuss how to battle a cold, the centaurs of Wikipedia, house flies, aioli, the horror of listening to yourself speak, why we see movies in groups, the sociology of running, death of The Onion, selling out, insufferable human qualities, apologizing, and car accidents.

  • Lucy's Warbler

    Jeremy and Michael review the Lucy’s Warbler, correct a misprint, discuss software development, Kant’s categorical imperative, Einstein, lightsabers, funeral procession traffic laws, death-clock tattoos, eyebrow fashion, all these friggin photos we’re taking, stories as a train trip, a story about a train trip, telling bullshit stories, and the Napoleon Complex.

  • Red-winged Blackbird

    Jeremy and Michael review the Red-winged blackbird and discuss the marvelous Jamie Fox, whether people like us or not, the racism of John Wayne and his bestie Donald Trump, what a terrible a person you are on Facebook, 3D-printed babies, placentas, tardigrades, cryogenics, and wet dreams.

  • Winter Wren

    Jeremy and Michael review the Winter Wren and discuss gaming The Price is Right, coffee cleanses, common misconceptions around the common cold, a Randy Newman Sting cover album, Banksy—the anonymous street artist / popular Icelandic band front-man, the odds of crashing in a 747, drugging children, mandatory revocation of licenses from senior citizens, and a Marvel/Star Wars fusion universe.

  • Willow Ptarmigan

    Jeremy and Michael review the Willow Ptarmigan and discuss Sting (again), coffee (again), judging and being judged in coffee shops, the losses and gains of hair in your 30’s, Claim Jumper, fruitcake, meatloaf, sponges, asparagus pee, dictating your phone number, de facto traffic laws, and insurance nonsense.

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