Episode #9×36: Was Diane Feinstein’s Death Bed Confession About Tupac?

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  • Nearly 3 decades after the murder of Tupac Shakur, a major break in the case has led to an arrest for his murder.
  • Pam and Laura get into the overlap between pop culture and true crime by digging into the logistics of why it took so long for authorities to make an arrest despite long-term certainty around who was responsible for Tupac’s murder.
  • Phones in Japan make a shutter sound when you take a photo, even if they’re on silent mode. Why?
  • While the privacy concerns are certainly valid, consumers have found creative ways around this. How do we think Americans would react to implementation of a similar policy?
  • Have we been guilty of taking sneaky pics in public? (Yes.)
  • This week’s recommendations will keep you health and informed! ‘In The Dark’ season 2 (Laura), requesting free covid tests courtesy of the US government (Andrew), and ‘Hip Hop Evolution’ on Netflix (Pam).

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available to all Patrons this week:

  • Apparently coffee consumption is okay to a certain degree, and diet sodas might give us cancer. Are we making any changes to our caffeine consumption habits?
  • At what points in life have we hit caffeinated beverages the hardest? What life events made us change our habits?
  • Which of the hosts drinks the most coffee? The answer may surprise you!

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