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#1549 Lazy is in the Eye of the Beholder

March 22, 2022

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the bygone age of cigarette companies advertising in confusing places such as athletic competitions, specifically citing the Benson & Hedges Classic from the 1970s. Later they turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is looking to identify the difference between one who is ‘sober’ as opposed to someone who simply hasn’t been drinking for an extended period of time. Drew also explains some of the weird feelings and self worth issues that he has been struggling with. Later they turn to the phones and speak to a caller with a response to a previous caller who had strong thoughts on former President Trump.

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#1532 Florida Followed Sweden, California Followed China

February 10, 2022

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing lockdowns and restrictions surrounding covid and how they will apply to the Super Bowl coming next weekend to Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium. They also turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is managing women’s OnlyFans accounts and is looking for advice on navigating the situation. Adam also harkens back to a funny clip from May 2020 where a Long Island official is giving guidance on safe use of tennis courts. As the show wraps up they speak with a caller who credits Adam with inspiring Joe Rogan to start podcasting and wants to know if Adam has considered what that means for his place in history.

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#1276 Baptized in Narcissistic Douche

May 28, 2020

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the panic porn phenomenon that has been unfolding as of late. They then go on to explore narcissism and how it has manifested itself in various leaders as they react to the Covid-19 pandemic. They then go on to discuss the interesting work of French diplomat Alexis de Tocqueville and his work studying America. Drew then brings up a recent tweet by their mutual friend Mark Geragos who suggests that a new bike lane installed in front of one of his restaurants thus cutting off curbside service may have been retribution for a lawsuit he filed against Mayor Garcetti.