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January 15, 2018 @ 4:06 am

S6E4 GIF v JIF

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For centuries, people have debated "GIF" v "JIF". As an educational show and the foremost expert on education of all kinds, we would be remiss if we didn't weigh in on this argument. Hear us battle, in a way only we can, the most important argument of our time (suggested by Ray W); GIF v JIF!

My Thing Can Beat Your Thing: Where we each pick a thing, and then figure out which thing beats which thing. We follow the ICE System to argue each thing’s merits, and then run the things through our software to find out which thing would actually beat which thing in a fight.

Check us out on Twitter, @ThingBeatsThing, or send us an email at mythingcanbeatyourthing@gmail.com. We love hearing from you!

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January 8, 2018 @ 4:23 am

S6E3 Taco Bell Taco

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Toby from the Secret Transmission podcast (@secrettranspod) is responsible for our episode today. He submitted just three words; "Taco Bell Taco". We've never had just one thing submitted before, so we had to get creative. Unfortunately, this caused some problems...

My Thing Can Beat Your Thing: Where we each pick a thing, and then figure out which thing beats which thing. We follow the ICE System to argue each thing’s merits, and then run the things through our software to find out which thing would actually beat which thing in a fight.

Check us out on Twitter, @ThingBeatsThing, or send us an email at mythingcanbeatyourthing@gmail.com. We love hearing from you!

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January 1, 2018 @ 4:20 am

S6E2 Train A v Train B

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Dave A has a submission that solves a very common problem. Have you ever spent way too long trying to figure out the whole Train A leaves the station at this speed, and Train B leaves at this speed math riddle? Well, after this episode, you won't ever have to or want to think about it again. 

My Thing Can Beat Your Thing: Where we each pick a thing, and then figure out which thing beats which thing. We follow the ICE System to argue each thing’s merits, and then run the things through our software to find out which thing would actually beat which thing in a fight.

Check us out on Twitter, @ThingBeatsThing, or send us an email at mythingcanbeatyourthing@gmail.com. We love hearing from you!

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