In This Episode: Another No Longer Weird story for the list, why episodes will be a bit sporadic over the next six weeks, and the role model that is Homer Simpson.
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No Longer Weird: arrestees who jump over into the driver’s seat and steal the police car they’re in. (Example: Tulsa World)
* Wikipedia article on the Camino de Santiago, and the Martin Sheen film The Way.
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Randy: Welcome to Uncommon Sense, the Podcast companion to the ThisIsTrue.com newsletter with the mission to promote more thinking in the world. I’m Randy Cassingham.
Kit: I’m Kit Cassingham.
Randy: This week we’re discussing a story from issue 1243 of the newsletter, which will be included on the Show Page at thisistrue.com/podcast36.
But before we get to that story, we’ve got two things to talk about, the first being another segment of No Longer Weird. In March, I passed on a story submitted by readers from Tulsa, Oklahoma: police there arrested Angie Lynn Frost, 36, after a traffic stop, and the officer handcuffed Frost and put her in the back of his patrol car. Then, the officer said,