Tag Archives: vaccines

#1587 A Cascade of Apologies

June 19, 2022


Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the recent news that the Covid vaccines have been approved for toddlers leading Adam to a rant on crate training as well as highlighting one of his recent tweets on the subject. They also discuss the monkeypox media phenomenon as Dr. Drew attempts to bring sanity to the subject. Adam also brings up the story from September 2021 where Border Patrol agents were accused of ‘whipping’ Hatian migrants as he attempts to update Drew on the recent developments in the story.

Please Support Our Sponsors:
AltoIRA.com/ADS
TommyJohn.com/ADS
GuruNanda.com/Win
BlindsGalore.com tell them we sent you

#1540 Outrage Fatigue

March 1, 2022

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing Three’s Company as Adam highlights to Dr. Drew how the show’s opening changed from the early seasons to the later ones. They also examine the factual nature of Amazon Prime’s ‘Being The Ricardos’ claiming that at the peak, ‘I Love Lucy’ was watched by 60 million people. They also speak to a caller who has a new idea for how to signal without wearing a mask that you are a covid ally. They also speak with a caller who has thoughts on the lack of personal responsibility possibly being the common denominator for society’s ills.

Please Support Our Sponsors:
BlindsGalore.com, tell them we sent you
Jordan Harbinger Show
Geico.com
Pluto.TV

#1533 Remember The Bag?

February 13, 2022

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the long since defunct doctor’s bag. They then turn to masks as the explore the current rules and thinking surrounding the mandates, especially where it applies to kids and schools. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who wants to expand on Adam’s ‘safe spaces vs. octagons’ theory that he often discusses and look at how it might manifest in the future.

Please Support Our Sponsors:
MoinkBox.com/ADS
Con-Cret.com/podcast
MagBreakthrough.com/AdamDrew

#1528 It Seems A Theme To Me

February 1, 2022

Adam and Dr. Drew open the show harkening back to the 1970s and remembering a product from their childhoods called the ‘Pocket Fisherman’. They also examine the instinct that exists in many people to default to a ‘what’s in it for me’ mentality and how damaging that is to the people with that attitude. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is perplexed by a past failed relationship that still vexes him to this day and is looking for some insight. They also speak to a caller who has suffered from all three variants of Covid and was surprised that Omicron hit him hardest.

Please Support Our Sponsors:
Jordan Harbinger Show
TenThousand.CC, code ADS
JustWorks.com
Geico.com