Episode 10

#SpritzLife at the Chicago World's Fair

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Sam and Dan are back for episode 10 of Superfluous. Normally we would have some banter before our topics, but we skipped that since each of us had a lot to talk about.

Dan starts by talking about the Paper Plane, a whiskey cocktail with aperol, then goes on to talk about The Great Aperol Spritz Debate of 2019. Not knowing anything about it beforehand. we mostly talk about the popularity of spritzes in general, the customary time to drink spritzes, and the exact formula if you want to experiment with spritzes at home. Sam talks about perhaps the most famous Worlds Fair, which took place in 1893 in Chicago. Sam mentions the famous exhibits and attendees, including Helen Keller and H.H. Holmes. We each could have gone into way more detail, but we decided to keep the episode at a tight 40 minutes.

For an outro song, we are using "Danger. High Voltage' by Electric Six. You've probably never heard it before, but trust us, you'll be into it.  Make sure to like and listen. and Dont forget: #spritzlife

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