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#179: I Believe in the System…Kind Of

March 31st, 2022 · 116 minutes

Things kick off with Merlin blowing his nose and John hearing it.

In Follow-Up, John brings us up to speed on his recent adventures in jury duty. Merlin has thoughts on what we can infer from a drug tester who keeps sipping meth from the big control jug.

Next, John is (yet—further) trolled by the jackals who make announcements about their future TVs. Merlin wonders if maybe John should just learn to weld.

And, finally? There's John's Main Topic.

(Recorded on Tuesday, March 22, 2022)

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The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 172, With Special Guest Merlin Mann

Merlin Mann returns to the show to discuss the election, by which I mean we mostly talk around the election. I hope we never do another show again with such heavy hearts, but whatever you think about this election, I think you’ll like this show.

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