No Such Thing As A Magic Camel Filter


DanJamesAnna and Andy discuss how to post a human, ancient ham, apes using iPads and the definition of Wales.

Episode 22                    15 August, 2014

Further Reading


More information about W. Reginald Bray, the eccentric English prankster, can be found on his wonderful website.

On 13 June 1920, sending children by Parcel Post was officially forbidden in the USA. An excellent article about whether or not any children were sent can be found here.

In 2001, the German postal service began training courses to teach dog psychology to postmen. 3,000 postmen are bitten by dogs every year in Germany, resulting in 2,255 pairs of ripped trousers.

The leftover caffeine from decaf coffee is sold to soft drinks manufacturers.

Kiviaq is a traditional Inuit wintertime food that is made of auks preserved in the hollowed-out body of a seal.

It is impossible to beat some chickens at noughts and crosses. They are trained in the game's Nash equilibrium. 

*spoiler alert* An oragutan was the villain in the first ever detective story, The Murders in the Rue Morgue.

A Dutch zoo has set up an online dating service for orangutans to minimise the hassle in finding international mates. Read more about it here.

The OED's mystery book... Have you seen it?

   
  Pigs
playing
  video
 games

      Pigs playing   video  games


      The 
Immortal
Sandwich

      The  Immortal Sandwich

The average time an iPad will remain intact in the posession of an orangutan is 15 seconds.

The average time an iPad will remain intact in the posession of an orangutan is 15 seconds.



4,000
Year-Old Noodles

4,000 Year-Old Noodles

Apps
for
Apes

Apps for Apes