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Tai Asks Why
Fifteen-year-old Tai Poole won’t rest until he’s uncovered the mysteries of the universe, one probing question at a time. In Season 4 of his Webby-winning podcast, Tai talks to everyone from NASA scientists to stand-up comedians to his equally curious little brother Kien. If you’ve ever wondered why nothing feels as good as a deep belly laugh or why it’s impossible not to finish a bag of Doritos, Tai has you covered.
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4.2 stars from 1,727 ratings
Love your podcast.
Hi Tai.I pretty much listened to every single episode.It is so good 😊 that I will give you 5 out of 5.Plus you were awesome on Smash Boom Best.
wang Bert. via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/13/22
“Tai asks why”
Hi Tai, I love ur podcast and I only listen to your podcast now, also you should mention Japan more.
quinny12245 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/05/22
Hi I’m Alissa Montana and I’m from Taiwan 🇹🇼 thanks for mentioning my little home island ps and Taiwan is different now and I don’t have to wash my garage .Anyway love the pod.你棒棒
一 二三四五 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/01/22
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