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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 14,855 ratings
Only complaint:
Could be longer, keep up the good work Steve.
brenf-ios via Apple Podcasts · Singapore · 01/15/19
Reluctantly unsubscribing
I have been a subscriber for over a year (two years?) and once enjoyed the brief overview of the events of the day presented in a calm, dispassionate manner. However, of late, I can no longer listen to the one-sided politics reporting passing as “news.” Often it isn’t so much what is said...
CateO1977 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/09/19
Content plays about 2x as fast as normal. Everything is sped up, and the commentators sound like chipmunks. Sounds like the guy at the end of a drug commercial telling you about the 1000 side effects in 3 seconds
Tsxtasy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/09/19
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