The Colin McEnroe Show
6:00 am
Fri June 27, 2014

The Nose Bit First

Credit Marissa Anderson / Flickr Creative Commons

This week on The Nose, our culture roundtable, we'll tackle "Columbusing," the act of believing that something never existed before you discovered it. Also, this week's biting episode in the World Cup makes us wonder if vampires are setting a bad example.

If you're a member of Mensa, why would you need Match.com to be tied in with your group? Couldn't you just find a date at your local chapter? Or is it not quite that simple?

What do you think? Comment below, email Colin@wnpr.org, or tweet @wnprcolin.

GUESTS:

  • Carolyn Paine is an actor, dancer, and choreographer
  • Luis Figueroa is an associate professor of history at Trinity College
  • Theresa Cramer is a writer and the editor of E-Content Magazine, where she covers the world of digital media

Listen to the full show.

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