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What Had Happened Was is a grumpyhawk collective podcast co-hosted by grumpyhawk (that would be me) and Benjamin Combs. In this "week-in-review style" show, we cover and comment on stories with a tech, science, weird, or strange sort of angle. Visit grumpyhawk.com to see and hear more from the collective.
On today's episode of What Had Happened Was, Benjamin and grumpyhawk discuss how McDonald's will no longer serve Heinz Ketchup because they hired an executive from Burger King, Sriracha might have to shut down one of its plants, Time Warner Cable loses clients during recent CBS spat, ISOhunt is already resurrected, and a fast food worker tries to stab a customer. All of this and more on today's episode "Condiments and Corporations."
- McDonald's squeezing out Heinz ketchup
- Sriracha hot sauce factory's smell makes tempers flare in small town
- Time Warner Cable lost record 306,000 subscribers amid CBS blackout
- Beloved torrent site Isohunt resurrected by outside group
- Overland Park Burger King worker fired for allegedly trying to stab customer