After much badgering from Paul, and a 10-day trip to the Magic Kingdom, Jenny finally consents to take up authenticity. Paul's not a fan of the concept when applied to culture, thinks it's just a way to tell someone else that their taste is stupid. Jenny isn't necessarily a defender of cultural authenticity, per se, but really thinks there needs to be a concise way to call out things that are fakey simulations, like Disney World's Fake New Orleans or Fake Atlantic City. Especially when we should be concerned with maintaining and preserving Real New Orleans or Real Atlantic City. Listen to the debate and let us know what you think.
- The Museum of Jurassic Technology is in Culver not Century City. Jenny lied.
- Celebration, Fla
- Animal Kingdom
- New York New York Casino
- The Authenticity Hoax
- vaccines are not related to autism, no matter what Jenny McCarthy says
- A Quonset Hut has no relation to Native Americans
- Jenny Hates Scrabble Cheaters
- Jenny LOVES Circus Circus
- The Wynn Hotel & Casino is the center of evil on earth.
- Jenny & Henry Rollins
- The Lonely Planet ThornTree Boards got shut down! What will Hank do!?
- Rick Bayless is the author of Authentic Mexican. I couldn't make that up.
- Fake Atlantic City and real Atlantic City
- Tom's River North is Paul's HS. And also Demetri Martin's!
- Todai is delicious but frightening.
- Travel As a Political Act as a book and AWESOME lecture.
- Paul doesn't like new thrash bands. He talks about it in the metal episode.
- Brown Derby has the best food Jenny ate at Disney.
- European McDonalds
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