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If you've ever wondered whether animals could be ambidextrous, or what happens when you put a gun in a refrigerator, or what Presidents of the United States do after their terms end, this podcast will relieve you of the effort of having to look it up yourself. Look It Up is a podcast for the indiscriminately curious. Establish contact by email at thelookituppodcast@gmail.com.
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Oct 6, 2015

On this week's episode of Look It Up: what kinds of jobs do former Presidents of the United States have? What and where is the heroin highway? Can I leave a house unfinished and not pay property taxes on it? 

This, and more. Check it out. 

Links:

bit.ly/liuhistoric: "an historic" v. "a historic" survey
bit.ly/liupresjobsabc: ABC news article about post-presidential life
bit.ly/liupresjobschart: chart of former US Presidents' occupations
bit.ly/liuillsurvey: Illinois Youth Survey
bit.ly/liutaxesallegheny: Allegheny County tax abatement codes
bit.ly/liuconstructiontx: Texas construction definitions
bit.ly/liuconstructionca: California construction definitions
bit.ly/liuconstructionwa: Washington State construction definitions. 

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Sep 22, 2015

This week's episode of Look It Up deals with whether or not it's safe to refrigerate guns, a survey looking to see whether Republicans say "an historic" disproportionately more than Democrats, and what would happen if Equity name rules applied to politicians. 

Links:

bit.ly/liusenturia: gun study 
bit.ly/liukennedy: Huffington Post article about Kennedy
bit.ly/liuhistoric: "an historic" v. "a historic" survey

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Sep 14, 2015

Gearing up for a new segment, and I'd appreciate your help. Click on the following link to take an extremely short (3-question) survey: Studying use of "an historic" versus "a historic".

Thanks! Back next Tuesday with a brand-new episode. 

 

Sep 3, 2015

This week on Look It Up: World's Fairs and how they're surprisingly still a thing, how different generations make furniture-purchasing decisions, and whether or not animals can be ambidextrous. 

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