The Goat Man of Pope Lick Bridge
869, January 31, 2023
Stories of goat men are all over the world. Why is the Pope Lick goat man disproportionately famous?
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How to Spot Fake News Episode 859, November 22, 2022 A roundup of easy techniques anyone can employ to better discern accurate news reports from false ones.
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