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EPISODE 244: DRUNKMENTO

This is Drunkmento – grab a cold brew coffee because this week we’ve left ourselves a series of clues to figure out mysteries like: is that fountain for drinking or bathing, where is the bacon located in grocery stores, how to control and prevent rage from ruining family time, how to start embracing on-coming deafness and blindness, who is paying for religious billboards, why do people keep using terrible fonts, why’s Google strong-arming small business owners, or are they, can we split a lap dance, why aren’t there high-end pawn shops for celebrities, who stole the oxys from the trial evidence, how do you successfully smuggle drugs and alcohol into a music festival, did we discover a loophole to DUI’s, and are cat vibes a thing?

Retrace our steps and get some answers on Episode 244!

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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.

Download Episode 241 and tell your friends!

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EPISODE 227: BECOMING ONE BIG HUMAN

Episode 227 teaches you how to avoid St. Paddy’s like a pro, use a pacemaker to catch an arsonist, smoke mushrooms and kiss and fight your brother, bleed about the brain for up to 36 hours, properly order meat while dining out, and then start your pants on fire in defense of a client.

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