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Laughs from the Past

By Presented by Jomboy

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History told right. The past is full of wild and hilarious tales. Follow along as Jimmy shares these stories with Jake, who is hearing them for the first time.

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History told right. The past is full of wild and hilarious tales. Follow along as Jimmy shares these stories with Jake, who is hearing them for the first time.

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iTunes Ratings

49 Ratings
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Top 10 Episode of Laughs from the Past

Rank #1: 1 | Four Pest Campaign

May 23 2018
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In 1958 the Chinese government put a plan in motion to rid the country of four main pests. They mobilized the public to kill each and every rat, mosquito, fly, and sparrow. It did not go well.

Rank #2: 6 | Ghost Army Of WWII

Jun 19 2018
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Tricks and Pranks from WWII. Germany was fooled often by an allied special unit called the Ghost Army. The Allies also snuck laxatives into a German submarines food supply. What fun!

Rank #3: 5 | Abe Lincoln The Troll Finds Himself In A Duel

Jun 12 2018
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When Abe didn't agree with a political rival he took to the paper as an anonymous troll and mocked the man. This didn't go over well and led to the future president accepting a duel.

Rank #4: 4 | Sacred Band Of Thebes

Jun 05 2018
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Famed for both its fighting ability and its unusual makeup, the Sacred Band consisted of 300 soldiers who all had something in common. They were gay. This one-of-a-kind unit consisted of 150 homosexual couples.

Rank #5: 2 | Mike 'the Durable' Malloy

May 26 2018
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It was 1932 in the Bronx. The depression was going full force and prohibition had been going on for 12 years. A couple of bar buddies decided to kill the local drunk and some money on the insurance policy. The only probably was, Mike Malloy refused to die, no matter what they did to him.

Rank #6: 3 | Dancing Plague Of 1518

May 26 2018
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The year was 1518 and they were dancing like cockroaches on fire! But for real, they danced so much they danced themselves to death. How? When? Why??? We get into it.