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An irreverent and speculative look at the week’s news, emerging technologies, and the simulated world around us. Talk a little shit, it's good for you.

EPISODE 239: A TITLE THAT POPS

Our friend Alex “Biggs” Small joins us for Episode 239 and we’re discussing how to fly the Confederate flag behind your manly truck, recognizing the -isms in old beloved media, Palabra del Dia, speaking Spanish over the radio, killing your boyfriend to avoid reptilians, online cults, plural raptures, how author Chuck Tingle is like the Stephen King of alternative gay erotica, solving arguments with gasoline and alcohol, a Thai breast slapping technique to increase your bust size, the crazy life of Roy Gardner, reporting your cocaine stolen, and much more!

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EPISODE 223: DONUT SHOP BLEND

Look, listen: it’s time to finally relax and focus on you for once. Episode 223 picks you up gently, and takes all of the guesswork out of blending coffee, which cows to eat and which to milk, getting your cow a cool Neo-Nazi haircut, where to take a date on Valentine’s Day, getting dizzy for fun, allowing children to do dangerous things, selling drugs efficiently, convincing people to give you seafood, paying your debts with kielbasa, liking your job, having sex with animals, using fingerprints other than your own, and getting a warranty.

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EPISODE 220: FILLING IN THE BLANKS

We’re kicking in the door on 2017 a day late and a dollar short. In Episode 220, you’ll learn incredible new skills like solving Young Jeezy’s riddles, giving up on Spotify, getting weird and sad on your birthday, catching up on old emails and retractions, forgetting the awful previous year, how to best steal lottery tickets in bulk, how lottery tech probably works, how to exchange Christmas gifts for Whoppers at Burger King if you have a time machine, how to better understand and deal with the Mandela effect, never trusting your memory, kicking cigarettes with placebos, and staying community minded with local police reports.

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