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4.3 stars from 2,323 ratings
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My favorite time of the political cycle is when democrats take a break in calling everyone racist during the primaries, and call each other racist for political gain. Camala called her running mate racist. And he is. Then she took it back.
Freddie bag of donuts via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/25/20
Love the content, hate the mixing
I love love love the content of this podcast but the mixing of it often makes it a pain to listen with headphones in and even with Monoaudio set on my headphones. For a podcast with more than one host it’s understandable that you’d have it set so the voices come from different directions but if...Read full review »
Ejayinc via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/07/20
Insufferable
No surprise here but these are the people you went to college with who looked down on you then for not being highbrow enough. Guess what? They hate all things pop culture. If you *actually* like pop culture, don’t waste your time here. You’ll just be told how your choices are low class,...Read full review »
David J The Prep via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/18/20
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