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Ten Years of the Social Network, or, "Stretching Expectations"

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Tonight on a girth, not length edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we tip our cap and celebrate the 10 year anniversary of everyone's favorite social network, Facebook. We'll talk about the past, present and possible future of the site, while sharing some recollections about what made Facebook great, and how all of that is pretty much gone.

Next, fellas, are you feeling a little...short? Well don't worry, because a new review of 10 existing studies suggests that some nonsurgical techniques really can increase the length of a man's . We'll talk about the studies, and ask whether the need for bigger is just a figment of our imagination. 

Later, Sandra Fluke, whom you would never have heard of if the right wing hadn't blasted her as a "slut" for wanting some birth control, is seeking the California Democratic Party's blessing to run for the congressional seat of retiring Rep. Henry Waxman. If the fact that she was a target the only reason she'd be elected, is it a good idea? We'll talk about it.

And finally, think being buried in a coffin is too boring? We're going to tell you about the surge in 'theatrical burials", where the deceased is buried riding their motorcycle, or posed like a mannequin depicting their next boxing match in the afterlife. Is it crazy, or is it just a throwback to a more ancient period?

All that and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!