POD E0030: The Double-Double Identity

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POD E0030: The Double-Double Identity

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Canada lost one of it’s business and cultural icons – Mr. Ron Joyce – the co-founder of Tim Horton’s Doughnuts, so naturally we talk about coffee and memories of timbits gone by—we also uncover Tim Horton’s real name and birth place.

What would an episode be without bears? We talk about where you can swim with polar bears and why you shouldn’t hang out with grizzly bears. Then there’s theatre, Black History Month, and Dropbear mistakes a famous American for a Canadian which means Panda was right.

LINKS FROM THIS PODCAST
RIP Ron Joyce
Restaurant Brands International
3G Capital
Duke of Wellington’s Hat
Loose Moose Theatre for Kids
The Bruce Trail Hike
Trailer: Grizzly Man
Stoney Lake, Ontario
Morpheus Theatre: Shakespeare in Love

Special thanks to Emre Cords for the great music!

About the Author:

Jennifer "Panda" MacLean recently won a “Best Guilty Pleasure” Award at the New York City International Film Festival during October's Fright Fest, and a Best Supporting Actress Award for a 17 minute monologue in “All the King’s Women” for Workshop Theatre. She also received a Best Actress nomination by Canadian Playwright Sharon Pollock at the Calgary One Act Play Festival. She has performed the Vagina Monologues twice but her parents only came the first time (wait… that was a poor choice of words.) She knew she made it "big" when a door girl and bouncer said to her, "HEY you're that chick in that thing! You were fantastic!" but still had to pay to get into the bar anyways. She likes robots. And turtles. And killer mutant robot turtles. And Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II Tanks. And killer mutant robot turtles driving Panzerkampfwagen VI TIger II Tanks. And fluffy bunnies.

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