TRC #631: The Top 40 + Subway Tuna Real Tuna? + ‘Drug Use For Grown-Ups’ By Carl Hart

Cristina explores the interesting origin and meaning of the oft-used music industry term Top 40. Adam digs into recent headlines suggesting that Subway restaurant tuna is not what it seems. Darren looks at Dr. Carl L. Hart’s book, ‘Drug Use For Grown-Ups’ which challenges our conventional understanding of drugs and their effects.

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The Top 40

What Does The Term Top 40 Mean in Music?

Todd Storz: Radio for a New Era

Top 40 – Wikipedia

Billboard charts

Billboard Canadian Hot 100

Subway Tuna Real Tuna? 

The Big Tuna Sandwich Mystery – The New York Times

Subway’s tuna is not tuna, but a ‘mixture of various concoctions,’ a lawsuit alleges – The Washington Post

‘Drug Use For Grown-ups’ By Carl Hart

#druguseforgrownups

Drug Use for Grown-Ups by Dr. Carl L. Hart: 9781101981641 | PenguinRandomHouse.com: Books

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2 Responses to TRC #631: The Top 40 + Subway Tuna Real Tuna? + ‘Drug Use For Grown-Ups’ By Carl Hart

  1. Stephen Bryant says:

    The NYT reporter shipped subway sandwiches across the country to the one lab that finally agreed to test them? And the first one disappeared? It doesn’t sound like a well thought out test.

    I think I would find a subway store near the lab and use door dash to deliver a few.

    This was a fun one, but then, I always like your discussions.

  2. Adam G. says:

    Indeed. Send the lab researcher $20 and an ice pack. I’m pretty sure there’s a Subway within about a ten minute drive of most populated areas!

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