Episode 26 – The Gouda, the Bod and the Obvious (reposted)


illustration by Marko Malca



Trying again…

In Episode 26, Ham and Chuck discuss a study that claims fathers actually have some value as a parent, expose a school district that punishes students for being flashed by a teacher, and do a hard-hitting investigative report on the cross-border smuggling of… cheese.

And please, if you haven’t yet, be sure to go to iTunes and subscribe to the Constant Crisis News & Opinion podcast and leave a comment and/or rating. We really appreciate it!



Note: Yesterday our podcast hosting service Blubrry had technical issues that prevented anyone from downloading the podcast. However, we told Blubrry that this week we had both a cheese-smuggling crisis story AND a story about a teacher flashing her nine-year-old students, and Blubrry promptly redoubled their efforts and fixed the problem. Thank you for your patience!


And if you want to help those who can’t help themselves check out these links:

Mentions, Honorable & Otherwise:

  • Yahoo.com
  • MyHealthNewsDaily
  • Vincent Guilamo-Ramos
  • New York University
  • The Centers for Disease Control
  • The journal Pediatrics
  • Karen Rowan, MyHealthNewsDaily Managing Editor | LiveScience.com
  • Derrik Thomas, RTV6 – theindychannel.com
  • the UK Sun
  • http://digitallife.today.com
  • Suzanne Choney
  • Anderson, Indiana
  • Highland Middle School
  • Anderson Police Department Detective Joel Sandefur
  • Anderson Assistant Superintendent Beth Clark
  • Michael Winter, USA TODAY
  • Canada
  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Ontario
  • The Canadian War on Cheese
  • Mexico
  • The Niagara Regional Police Service
  • Mike Ostrander
  • Discover the James Cruises 



2 thoughts on “Episode 26 – The Gouda, the Bod and the Obvious (reposted)

  1. I really enjoyed listening to this segment. I was laughing along as this stories were being told on parenting, students being suspended and the cheese crisis on Canadian Border.The medicaid funding of waiver’s got my attention with how our government is spending our tax dollars. I am glad I clicked on this segment.

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