Ken & Kevin are back for another week of cherry picked topics. They kick off the show by talking about twenty dollar bills and Andrew Jackson. How did Jackson get on the twenty dollar bill? What was his job before becoming president? Did that lead to some of his decisions while in the White House? What exactly were his decisions in the White House that makes some people want to pull Jackson off of the twenty? The article suggests putting Harriet Tubman on the twenty which leads to the question, how many non-Presidents are on dollar bills? Are other famous historical figures more popular on coins? Ken & Kevin move from famous heads on bills to headers in soccer. How dangerous are they? Did research into them start with the National Football League’s recent round of concussion related problems? The main point of the article was to stop children to heading the ball. What’s an appropriate age to allow people to head the ball? Will that save players from suffering from CTE, chronic traumatic encephalopathy? Would it be possible to ban headers from the professional game if the links the study talks about become too strong? The third random topic of the week was about the bit coiner inventor finally being found after years of being anonymous. How much is he worth? How much of it is he spending? How easily did the reporter find the inventor when he was so well known amongst a bunch of snoops online? Kevin starts to wrapping up the show by asking Ken three questions from WWE Trivia Mania. Kevin then wraps it up by picking his Sippy Time Beer of the Week. Click on the link below to figure out how to ruin your liver like him!