Black Panthers, black oil, and bumping black holes are some of the corpulent topics that ASP chew on for episode numero sixteen. Listen to the dazzling audio clips of the gravitational waves that were recently discovered and recorded by “wild-eyed” scientists. For the politically inclined we also snack on the New Hampshire primary election results, the wizardry of the super duper delegates and Marco Rubio Roboto’s poor performance from last Saturday’s (2/6) Republican debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester. If you can curb your anxiety you will not be disappointed with an enthralling game of Would you rather hiccup forever or never yawn when you absolutely need to yawn? And, to top it off with some mind-bending space-time sprinkles we play our own version of Colbert’s Friday Night Fights called ASP Stuff Battles! Who’ll win in a brutal Stuff Battle? The Pillsbury Doughboy or Snuggle Bear? Fill out the poll on our Twitter page or right below!
“String Quintet in C Major, K. 515” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; https://musopen.org
“Sextet in E-flat Major, Op. 81b” by Ludwig Beethoven
(Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music); https://musopen.org
“Mercury” and “The Darkest Night” @ http://www.dl-sounds.com