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Strippers and Jordans #74

NSFW. Comedians Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel share epic tales from their recent weekends. One deals with a dude that insisted on involving Jordan shoes in every aspect of the hook up. The other deals... Read More
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Mandela Effect #73

Comedians Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel discuss the Mandela Effect, which is a new theory involving the way millions of people have incorrect memories of past occurrences. Do people just suck at admitting they have... Read More
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Facebook Killer. Musk’s Neuralink #72

Comedians Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel discuss the Facebook Killer, North Korea, and Elon Musk’s new company Neuralink, which hopes to create meaningful interface between your brain and machines by injecting a synthetic neural mesh... Read More
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United Passenger and Corporate Greed. #71

Comedians Feraz Ozel and Thomas Dale discuss the United airlines incident where a passenger got dragged off a flight, and the need to stop corporate greed from pushing customers into these unacceptable situations. They also... Read More
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Don’t be a sore winner #70

Comedians Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel discuss how they get excited about their days, astrology, and why people need to win gracefully in the world of highly polarized politics because we need each other to... Read More
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What’s in a minute? H&M War Story. #69

Comedians Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel discuss some science and shit- from photons traveling to Earth to what is the actual make up of a minute of time. But first, they share a war story... Read More
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Why We Want to be Other People #68

Comedian Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel discuss Thomas’s hypochondria, a new trend in Chinese cosmetic surgery to make women look like Ivanka Trump, and the effect that ethnically homogenous sex symbols and Disney princesses can... Read More
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Beauty and the Beast… and the Gay dude. #67

Comedians Thomas Dale and Feraz Ozel discuss the boycotting of Beauty and the Beast over the gay character, the philosophies of Jordan shoe designer Tinker Hatfield, and if violence is ever necessary for justice or... Read More

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