Jeffrey Malinovitz

#1673 I Know Where This Is Going

January 26, 2023

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing a recent story about an NHL player who refused to wear a pride themed jersey as a result of his Russian Orthodox religious beliefs. Adam uses the story to opine on a larger theme of progressive movements and how they appear to be one thing on their face but are really about something larger behind the scenes. Drew also discusses his experience speaking at a memorial for Aaron Carter and a security guard who took him aside to go down memory lane about a Loveline joke he still remembers.

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#1672 Hollow Numbers Based Victory

January 24, 2023

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going to the phones discussing narcissism with a caller who has a theory. Adam then plays a clip from Brian Stelter speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos giving a panel on misinformation. Adam also breaks out his ‘Crystal Brain’ to give his prediction on the future of feelings based decisions. They also go back to the phones and speak to a caller with a Green Beret son wanting to talk to Drew as well as another with questions on using melatonin in kids.

#1671 Societally Imposed

January 22, 2023

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show harkening back to their childhoods and discussing their injuries and how they were regarded by those around them as compared to how pain is treated today. Drew also discusses a recent surgery his wife had and his revelations about his time as he dedicated himself to taking care of her in the following days. Dr. Drew also talks about the latest interviews he has been doing on his streaming shows with many of the voices that were silenced during the pandemic and are now being allowed to speak.

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Jeffrey Malinovitz

#1670 I’m Doing This Here, Now

January 19, 2023

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the way things have changed from their childhood to today. They also take a call from a listener who wants to know if they think being a child today would be better or worse than being a child in the 1970s. They also discuss the change in access to fine dining and other amenities that seemed totally unattainable when they were young. They also speak to a variety of callers including one who wants to bring back a bygone phrase and another who previously called at a darker time in his life and wanted to give an uplifting update on his life.

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