Podcast or prank?
I get it. Making out-of-touch rich people feel uncomfortable can be entertaining, challenging your subject, etc. But it feels like it’s more than that, like the hosts genuinely enjoy pushing and testing their subject’s media training. Had to unsubscribe.
Rian J. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/03/20
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