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Best Karl Bernhardsen podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Karl Bernhardsen podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Two people discuss hats and hat-related subjects and their cultural implcations in a discursive manner
 
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Wherein we discuss a simple but widespread hat, manufactured by knitting.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we and our guest Sarah discuss several questions of hats as they relate to desert islands.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn by presidents of many countries, ambassadors, and fictional time travelers.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a piece of headgear worn royals, pretenders, and those impersonating them.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn by people attempting to find game animals, a humorous cartoon character, and a disaffected adolescent fictional protagonist.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a nonexistent hat proverbially purported to imbue its wearers with enhanced powers of thought.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn by those imitating a folkloric image of people who collaborate with Satan to become practitioners of magic.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a form of headgear worn by certain adherents of the Jewish religion.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a kind of hat which shields the wearer's head from rain, but which leaves the wearer's body exposed to the elements.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we parenthetically discuss a conical hat worn by revelers at anniversaries of births.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein our friend and guest star Jacob Thompson arrives with a mysterious and recently-purchased hat for us to identify!By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn sometimes by people stalking deer, or fictional criminal masterminds.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss an object which, though it is not a hat, yet is worn (when it is worn) upon its wearer's head.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat that is usually won on top of its owner's head.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we are joined by special guest star Carl Schrecongost to discuss hats as objects to be given or received.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we dispute the age-old question of whether or not wigs are hats, and come to a satisfactory conclusion.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a humorous short story concerning hats, written by, about, and presumably for enthusiastic hat-wearers. If you care to read along, "The Amazing Hat Mystery" can be found in P. G. Wodehouse's collection of short stories _Young Men in Spats_. There are spoilers within, but we assure you that spoilers, in this instance, do not matte…
 
Wherein we discuss a hat made of pith in a manner not especially pithy.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn mainly by people who are giving or receiving academic degrees.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a cap made of the skin of a raccoon, or of a simulation thereof.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a kind of cap distinguished by the planar nature of its surface.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn by a chef de cuisine (or head cook) and adorned, it is falsely said, by one hundred pleats which, it is equally falsely said, represent its wearer's knowledge of as many ways of preparing an egg for eating.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we successfully produce answers -- including an antedating of the OED -- during our search for information about a hat worn by people who cannot successfully produce answers.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
In which we invite Chris -- our first guest star -- to discuss with us a hat associated with politics, barbershop quartets, gondoliers, riots, destruction of property, and summer.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat worn by people who are sleeping, trying to get to sleep, about to go to sleep, just up from sleeping, or trying to give an exaggerated impression of sleepiness.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a cap associated with a popular bat-and-ball game.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat that has three corners.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we dicuss a hat the covers the face, born of the Crimean War, and now replete with cultural associations.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we go on an etymological and historical journey to discover the nature of an alert-sounding variety of headgear.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat associated in equal measure with Lennon, Lenin, and Hellenic seekers after aquatic sustenance.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
In which we discuss a hat associated with Turkey, fraternal orders, and Doctor Who. Are fezzes, in fact, cool?By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a hat associated with people who herd cows.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss a furry hat that covers the wearer's ears.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we dicuss a hat ill-suited to water storage.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherein we discuss and rate the hat of Stan and Ollie, and neglect to mention Didi and Gogo.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
Wherin we introduce the podcast to our listeners, and vice versa.By Charles Berman and Karl Bernhardsen
 
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