Episode 7

January 31, 2022

00:59:38

The Ballad of Schwan's Frozen Pizza

The Ballad of Schwan's Frozen Pizza
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Episode 2

January 03, 2022

Adelphia

Amy Do joins to talk about the meteoric rise and fall of a family cable empire from the 90s. It’s like if Succession took place in a rural company town, had less sexy actors, and added fradulently-funded lesbian arthouse films. Turns out, it only takes one question from a nosy fella to collapse a billion-dollar business. Follow @helloamydo everywhere! Listen on Amazon Prime / Audible Listen on Youtube 1. JohnnyCashRules32 Youtube Page 2. Adelphia Interviews, Dr. Susan Bishop 3. Court Case Summary, District Judge Gerard Lynch 4. SEC vs. Adelphia 5. That damn public Adelphia meeting, NYT 2002 6. Retrospective on Adelphia, NYT 2004 7. Watch Songcatcher for Free, Tubi 8. The Adelphia Story, CNN Money 9. John Rigas First Pitch, Olean Times Herald ...

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Episode 10

February 21, 2022

Six Flags: A Chaotic Retrospective

Rollercoaster hater Peter Bucci joins the season finale to talk about Six Flags’ insane journey to becoming the world’s largest regional theme park chain. This episode has everything: bankruptcy, a hostile takeover, many gruesome rollercoaster deaths. Also, who knew the politics of parking could be so interesting? Thanks for tuning in, and be sure to follow @BustedBizBureau everywhere for updates on season 2.    Footnotes:    Angus G. Wynne, © Academic, 2000-2022 Restructuring a Theme Park: The Six Flags Bankruptcy, John Capps and Lauren Sherrell Incidents at Six Flags parks, Wikipedia Six Flags faces buying spree hangover, Sean Murphy, My Plainview 2005 The Atlanta Braves Borrowed Their Parking Scam From Dan Snyder, Dave Mckenna, Deadspin 2016 DEFINITIVE CONSENT SOLICITATION STATEMENT FILED BY RED ZONE LLC, 2005 Large Shareholder Files Against Six Flags Sale NFL Owner Backed By Major Investor, Paul Monies, NEWSOK 2005 Six Flags Files For Chap. 11 Bankruptcy, Forbes 2009 Dakota Hickman and Matthew D’Agostino vs. Six Flags New England, 2019 How you can eat every day at Six Flags Magic Mountain for $150 a year, Mercury News 2021 Six Flags 2018 Annual Report Six Flags settles class action lawsuit for charging season pass holders ...

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Episode 3

June 06, 2022

"Climate Certified" Products

KP, who invented being funny, has returned AGAIN for an episode about the market’s solution to the pesky idea of consumers hating climate change: “climate certification.” This podcast is certified carbon neutral because I venmo’d someone in France to get an impossible whopper from Burger King. This episode is not doom and gloom, it’s full of scams and glam! It’ll be fun, I pinky promise! Follow @they.call.us everywhere and thanks for the reviews! Keep ‘em coming! I love and appreciate you <3 FOOTNOTES 1. https://www.climateneutral.org/ 2. https://www.smh.com.au/environment/conservation/carbon-cowboys-20110722-1hssc.html 3. https://features.propublica.org/brazil-carbon-offsets/inconvenient-truth-carbon-credits-dont-work-deforestation-redd-acre-cambodia/ 4. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/to-regrow-forests-us-needs-billions-of-seeds-many-more-seed-hunters 5. https://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/2010/0420/Carbon-offsets-How-a-Vatican-forest-failed-to-reduce-global-warming PS towards the end I mention that I really believe in individual action to stop climate change, the IMPLICATION being that I also believe in holding companies accountable for their behaviors/believe in strict regulations. I feel like that’s clear from….the entire podcast that I do….but I did in fact fail to mention it in the rant at the end. Cancel me if you feel. ...

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