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Bizarre States #19: Weird of the Week
Episode 19: Bizarre States
Weird of the Week
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Bizarre States #19: Weird of the Week

Weird of the Week, Parallel Dimensions & The Austin Servant Girl Murders.

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Comments

  1. Jov says:

    The Beatles story was kinda ridiculous. Not saying there shouldn’t be any benefit of the doubt given to submissions but I mean, really? ;P

  2. gabe says:

    i wish you guys could hear me yelling   “its a wings song”   /smh 

  3. john says:

    the beatles story is ridiculous, obviously fake, and took up far too much of this episode. the listener stories are the best part of this show and unfortunately these were the worst ones yet.

  4. Jordan M. says:

    I got so excited when I heard you were going to read something sent in by “Jordan” (my name), cause I did submit a listener story a few weeks ago. Alas it was not meant to be, but interesting Beatles story regardless. That being said, this isn’t a complaint but it would be cool to hear more numerous, shorter listener story so you can fit more in. Though I do enjoy the longer more involved ones too. Do whatever you want, you guys are great. I miss Bowser!

  5. Josh says:

    Hey sorry but going through all the Beatles songs on that mixtape(which is all it is) they are all songs from their solo careers. For example: the first track, “Four Guys”, contains elements of George Harrison’s “When We Was Fab”, John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “I’m Moving On”, and Paul McCartney & Wings’ “Band on the Run”. 
    Cool story though.

    • TheRealRingoStar says:

      What if in that alternate universe they made those songs, that they would have made as a solo act, as a band instead? Because they didn’t break up they made those songs as the Beatles instead of as solo acts.