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Endless Thread
Hosts Ben Brock Johnson and Amory Sivertson dig into the internet's vast and curious ecosystem of online communities to find untold histories, unsolved mysteries, and other jaw-dropping stories online and IRL.
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4.2 stars from 3,052 ratings
TCAP episode.
Entirely too sympathetic to pedophiles/child predators. A mental illness? Give me a break. This is not “problematic” they have entirely brought any consequences on their own heads.
Clobo924 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/23
Yea yea but yea yea we can get the money from you guys and I can do that too I don’t know if you can do that but if I get a good job you have a lot to me that you need me and you want me and you to get a new job or do that work or something or if I do you do it if I can get a good deal on it and...Read full review »
beeg nut via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 08/13/23
Really disappointed
Treasure in the Woods episode. I was waiting the whole episode for one mention of the Indigenous folks of the region, how inextricably linked what these folks are doing is to the ancestral ways of original peoples of that land and the impacts of colonialism. Who would know more about it than...Read full review »
bcariboo2 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/17/23
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