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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 246: IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME

This week we’re just catching up after three weeks off, and we’re discussing why voicemail is now unnecessary, unlimited data packages that aren’t actually unlimited, the S8 vs the Pixel, hindsight tech, lampshade monitors, Bixby hiccups, email, Bladerunner 2049, Dark City, how the pugs locked Dubs keys in his car, Matt introduces his idea for a revolutionary new tail light, Hungry Hustlers: paying it forward, real life fables on social media, revisiting the public library, sneaking Chinese food into the movie theater, Wong’s eggrolls, Palabra del Dia, financing a new bed, back pain, hot bed tech, and rescheduling recording. It doesn’t sound hilarious, but somehow it still is, so download it now and listen to it, and then tell your friends!

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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 161: OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND

081615Topics Discussed: Fires Around the Area, Happy Fourth Birthday WHGL!, Dub Takes in a Show in Missoula, One Bluegrass Song, Diet Check-In Lite, Retractions and Addendums, Revisiting the Corpus Callosum, a Misinterpreted Cupcake Joke, a Dog De-gloves a Man, Word of the Day, Dub Deals with a Traffic Accident, Balancing the Moral Dilemma of Eating Meat but Hating the Process, Vegans are Annoying, A Key Marketing Component in an Evil Industry, Man Locks Himself in the most Spacious Trunk Ever, Strangers Falling Asleep in your Unlocked Car, Utilizing the Element of Surprise, Seinfeld’s an Unfunny but Successful Creep, Talking to Teens is the Worst, the Tragic Realization that Nobody Knows Anything, Pugs on Shelves, and the Diet Feels Good!

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