I Might Be Wrong


I Might Be Wrong

 

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Episode 60

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Episode 60

I talk about how everyone embraces shitty qualities, getting herpes, why everyone is wrong about the CIA torture report bullshit and much more!

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Episode 59

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Episode 59

I talk about having nothing to talk about, new fun holiday ideas, the problem with rewarding the wrong qualities, the existential problem of being single, and the things that get in the way of LIFE.

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Episode 58

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Episode 58

I talk about not having anything to talk about, dating your parents, and a general mess of randomness.

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Episode 57

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Episode 57

I talk about people who eat suckers, my first trip to Vegas which was unlike anyone else's, and ISIS. Yes, I caved and fucking talked about ISIS.

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Episode 56

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Episode 56

I invent a new philosophical concept of time then I talk about sports bar idiocy, the commoditization of laughter, comedy audiences, and love vs. commerce. They're all hits!

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Episode 55

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Episode 55

I talk about seeing Mark Kozelek (Sun Kil Moon) in Newtown, CT and what it means to be a struggling artist and the feeling of being under-appreciated. I'm sure there's a sex joke in there for you simple-minded goblins.

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Episode 54

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Episode 54

We're back! I talk about... fuck, I forgot already. It was a good one. Oh, how I wish I were better at everything, the plague of self-doubt, questioning the value of certain processes when compared to more satisfying life experiences. You know, the "hits." It's all here. Get it!

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UPDATE 08.13.14

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UPDATE 08.13.14

No show this week. A few quick updates and plugs. I'm taking a brief summer break and I'll be back with new episodes soon! Get this update in your ears in the meantime.

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Episode 53

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Episode 53

I talk a little bit about the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. I also talk about how beauty can emerge from strife and the powerful nature of that process.

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Episode 52

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Episode 52

I talk about comedy on this one. Chicago comedy vs. New York comedy and why Chicago is so awesome. Sorry if you're not into comedy, but it was on my mind and I don't have a boss at my podcast job.

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Episode 51

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Episode 51

I talk about cock rings and other weird sex activities, the paradox of feeling both insanely complex yet utterly meaningless, why sports might actually be evil, and the annoying political debates that obstruct the pathway to meaningful living.

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Episode 50

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Episode 50

I talk about going back to Chicago, getting served with a lawsuit, mushrooms, and why everyone needs to do them.

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Episode 49

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Episode 49

I talk about the experience of going to my friend's wake, funeral, and tribute show, what I learned about the range of the human condition, and why I get so mad about things.

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Episode 47

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Episode 47

I talk about #YesAllWomen, Elliot Rodger, and the demonic possession that is the male sex drive. Probably some other things but I've had a few beeeeeeeeeers.

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Episode 46

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Episode 46

I talk about being consumed by demons, Elliot Rodger and why everyone is wrong about it, why I'm wrong about everyone being wrong, @wettbutt and obsessive texting, and a nice warm message about how to fix everything. So hilarious!

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Episode 45

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Episode 45

I talk about calling my grandma, dead grandparents, the street rape myth, Cecily McMillan, Occupy Wall Street, and the global revolution that will never happen.

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Episode 44

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Episode 44

I talk about "check your privilege", and I labor through some other bullshit. This isn't a great episode, but it won't kill you to see the cracks in my armor. I think I bitch about being unable to pick up a girl in an elevator but that goes nowhere. You'll see. Or not. Enjoy?

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Episode 43

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Episode 43

I talk about Cecily McMillan and Occupy Wall Street, the formation of a police state, why people have no recourse, and why 9/11 was Occupy Wall Street with balls.

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