The Forgotten Plague- DANCE MANIA!!!
In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we skip the quick fact because this one took forever to research and put together and I ran out of time. 😉 Instead we jump right into the main topic which is a very real phenomenon that popped up off and on for several hundred years called Dance Mania or St. Vitus’ Dance. While it might sound like a bit of a joke, it was surprisingly deadly at times and had a fascinating cure.
We then look at the probable cause of this phenomenon, along with many other similar ones, including a couple in modern times, that all seem to have the same root.
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You have a click-bait to lure the unsuspecting (Me) or, idiots (anyone else, naturally), to an empty address?
todayifoundout -on my first discovery of your site, that I don’t like having my time wasted – thank you for showing your ass early in the game.
Not sure what you are talking about with the “Empty Address” thing. This is a normal podcast episode.
I think he is (impolitely) implying that your website link in the youtube podcast goes to a dead link. http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/feed/brainfood/ is the link, and it just brings up a sea of code (or what think is code)
That is intentional. 🙂 That’s the link you want to put into any random podcast app if just searching for the podcast doesn’t work in a given app. 🙂
Ah, I didn’t know that (I just google searched to find your website). Thanks for the info 🙂
Sonny Crockett’s boat he lived on in Miami Vice was called the St. Vitus Dance… Although I had to actually DRIVE to a library, to actually take a book and look it up, reading it off paper… Things that aren’t done today…(thanks to Google and Bing…)… Leaning in like 1985-86 about what the St Vitus Dance was. (It’s now the name of my van, which NO ONE knows the name today, except that I’m a DJ so they think it’s a rave or something…(rambling on like u guys, sorry…)