#1185: Intellectually Honest Shyster

November 5, 2019

Adam and Drew open the show discussing the need for the private sector to return to prominence and how the shift seems to be towards more government involvement without much substantive change. They then turn to the phones and speak with a variety of callers including one going through a separation with his wife looking for advice, another with a question about brain illnesses and more.

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#1184: Why Is It A Goal For Your Family

November 3, 2019

Adam and Drew open the show discussing a recent guest that Adam heard speaking to Drew on his radio show as they discuss the guests’ ideas on family & society. The guys also discuss the value of a hard days work and the negative impact the lack of that experience can have on people’s decision making.

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#1183: FETCH!

October 31, 2019

Adam and Drew open the show diving back into the idea of unintended consequences and how policies that are originally intended to be helpful can in fact end up being deadly, with the conversation continuing with an elaborate carpentry analogy that only Adam Carolla could construct. They then turn to the phones and speak with callers on topics ranging from vocal injuries to repairing the parent/child relationship and more.

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#1182: I Saw What It Was, And That’s What It Is

October 29, 2019

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show paying off some videos they promised from yesterday including the Tulsi Gabbard video Drew was referencing as well as the Yanny/Laurel video that was popular a few months ago. They also speak to a caller who wants their thoughts on Presidential candidate Andrew Yang and discuss the rapidly growing phenomenon of people who are able to invent the truth as they want it to be.

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