Talk a little shit. It's good for you.

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 241: FRIENDSHIP FINDS A WAY

Happy Birthday, WHGL! We’re kicking off our sixth birthday with whole new outlook on life and we’re talking about picking out whore-bots on facebook, slowing down for mountain bikers, better pizza intel than last week, awkwardly engaging strangers, abiding by the social contract of acting like everything’s okay, Chef Anne Burrell’s pop-up Cheetos restaurant in NYC, an UPDATE on an old Unsolved Mystery, re-examining our target demographic, other found notes on Rodney St., stealing from a car you just rear-ended, never being too careful around EMT’s, and how everyone’s apparently selling fake drugs now.

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EPISODE 240: EIGHT THE HARD WAY

This week we’re chasing whiskey with coffee, going to Las Vegas, losing money, messing up names, figuring out street performers on Fremont St., visiting the Mob Museum, getting propositioned by who’res, playing digital craps, putting prisoners on display for money, pondering whether prostitutes are more people or sex toys, wiping feces on dealership vehicles, transporting drugs by way of dong, heisting condoms and vibrators, elaborately threatening our customers for not tipping, divulging locations for hard-to-find foods like Arctic Circle and the McRib, buying expensive cat carriers, and more!

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EPISODE 221: THE FINAL CHAPTER OF YOUR LIVES

In Episode 221 you’ll be abducted and forced to entertain bored billionaires, shop on Amazon drunk, use too much garlic in your food, re-live fifth grade drama, drug race horses, call the cops on the cop pulling you over, change your name to avoid steep administrative name-change fees, pocket-dial 911 from your meth lab, avoid the small and tricky horse jockey, replace your old blood with young blood, eat a fried chicken taco and a free continental breakfast, and more!

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