Tag Archives: autism

#1741 We’re All on the Spectrum

July 4, 2023

Adam and Drew take calls on whether there’s more autism or doctors are just better at diagnosing it. They advise a young psychiatrist about helping people with addictions and dissect Ana Navarro’s opinion on Joe Biden being a father first to an addict. Finally they help a caller struggling with his own drug dilemma which leads to a discussion on synthetic vs organic food.

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#1589 New York Minute

June 23, 2022

Adam opens the show telling Dr. Drew about a film he recently experienced from 2004 featuring one Dr. Drew, ‘New York Minute’. They also discuss a recent controversy involving author James Patterson who ended up in hot water for suggesting discrimination against white writes and they analyze his ‘apology’ tweet and disagree a bit on how they interpret his intentions. Drew also discusses a recent interview he did where he learned some new things about people on the autism spectrum before the conversation turns to their favorite subject of all time: The Love Boat.

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#1400 The Whole Woke World

March 23, 2021

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew lamenting his recent censorship on various tech platforms when he speaks with a peer from the medical field. This leads to a wider conversation wherein Adam reveals that his skepticism is at an all time high. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is emotionally exhausted, another who wants to talk about extreme recycling and a caller from Monday calling back to talk about the polar bear plunge that Adam inspired him and his wife to participate in.

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#1089: More Reality Shows Than Foreign Wars

June 5, 2019

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Adam telling Drew about the complicated life of automaker John DeLorean. They also discuss welfare and the underlying fundamental misunderstanding at the base of programs like welfare that seek to help, but in many instances do nothing but trap people. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who wants their advice on his adult brother who is on the spectrum and living with the caller. The conversation then turns to the ways in which American society is changing and the concern that a lot of what we’re seeing flies in the face of the ideas that helped build our country

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