Self referential and reverential
This is exactly what you think you would get from a podcast by two people who clearly spend way too much time engaging in, analyzing, and explaining social media. They find everything they do utterly fascinating and don’t seem to realize that humankind existed for quite a long time before they were born. Occasionally amusing and frequently tedious.
sinoscuba via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/20/22
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An ouroboros of stupidity. Oh! And Ryan Broderick is a known plagiarist who calls himself a journalist - look it up!
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