If You Touch My Stuff I'll Kill Ya

History Defeats Itself

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If You Touch My Stuff I'll Kill Ya

History Defeats Itself

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Why do we believe in superstitions? We know they're ridiculous. Logically we know that knocking on wood doesn't bring us luck. We know that walking under a ladder isn't going to lead to tragedy. (Well, unless the ladder falls on you while you're under it.) And deep down Greg knows that the order he puts his hockey gear on won't make him any better at the sport. But many of us succumb to these beliefs. On this episode Kevin leads the crew and we're talking superstitions. And we apologize for the appearance of Robot John in place of actual John. We assure you John feels shame for his technical snafu. 

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Why do we believe in superstitions? We know they're ridiculous. Logically we know that knocking on wood doesn't bring us luck. We know that walking under a ladder isn't going to lead to tragedy. (Well, unless the ladder falls on you while you're under it.) And deep down Greg knows that the order he puts his hockey gear on won't make him any better at the sport. But many of us succumb to these beliefs. On this episode Kevin leads the crew and we're talking superstitions. And we apologize for the appearance of Robot John in place of actual John. We assure you John feels shame for his technical snafu. 

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