July 7th, 2021
We are back from hiatus on this month's episode and joining us in the studio is Heather Weber from Under the Pendulum Podcast to share with us a much too common story. Trigger warning for topics of sexual assault and grooming. Find our sister podcast and Everyday Lies everywhere you listen to podcasts and on social media at Everyday Lies Podcast and Under the Pendulum Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and more.
July 6th, 2021
Emily Seabold, the host of Everyday Lies podcast joins the crew of Under the Pendulum Podcast to talk about the ghostly history surrounding Alabama. Join us to hear a few spooky tales and have some laughs along the way. Find us on social media and listen wherever you get your podcasts.
February 14th, 2021
What is money? Why is money? How many times have we screamed this? Join us for part 2 as we continue to look at the history and malleability of money. My returning guests are Heather Weber and Chris Weber from Under the Pendulum Podcast. Both shows available where ever you listen to podcasts.
January 23rd, 2021
What is money? Why is money? How many times have we screamed this? Join us this episode for a look at the history and malleability of money. My guests are Heather Weber and Chris Weber from Under the Pendulum Podcast. Both shows available where ever you listen to podcasts.
October 24th, 2020
Heather Weber from Under the Pendulum Podcast joins me to talk about a weird 90s myth that made me question everything I ever put in my mouth. Spoiler: Beavers.
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September 15th, 2020
BMI is eugenics nonsense, weight-loss is a 72 billion dollar industry, and more lies to not live by! Featuring Counselor Hannah Fuhlendorf who joins us to talk bodies and Fat Liberation. Find out citations on our Tumblr page.
July 8th, 2020
On this episode, Emily dives into the stigma around food stamps. Why do some people despise these social programs? How easily can people use food stamps for fraud? What do these services mean in the greater social picture? Emily is joined by herbalist Maya Papaya to discuss what it meant having to grow up on food stamps and other social programs. Let them eat cake on this episode of Everyday Lies.
May 16th, 2020
It's spiders galore on Everyday Lies!! In today's episode, Em looks at the different myths and lies that surround our understanding of the spider. Joined once again by spooky boy Chris Weber, we may never look at spiders quite the same again. Delicious! All this and more on Everyday Lies Podcast.
May 5th, 2020
Welcome to Everyday Lies, a show about the dumbest and most terrible things people actually believe in. Chris joins me again to follow up on the last episode where we talk about the current event lies popping up all around us. This time we're asking what is unavoidable in our current situation?
April 2nd, 2020
Every Day Lies: A show about the dumbest and most terrible things people actually believe in. From folk logic and superstition to deeply held beliefs, creeds and codes, from politics to mass marketing, popular grifts, cons and comforts, how many lies do you live by?
Episode 2: What is Affordable?
Our producer, Chris Weber of Under the Pendulum Podcast, joins us for a look at the lies surrounding the stimulus package, Yang/Trump team up on the paycheck for every American, and we go over a bit of good news!!