In the midst of a historic election, Alex, PJ and Emmanuel talk to our listeners.
We will be opening up our phone lines a few times over the next couple days. We are hoping to talk to specific groups of people who have helped shape this incredible election.
The first group we want to hear from is Black people in the South. We want to know how you’re feeling. Give us a call today (11/6) at 4pm ET at 917-793-2272. If you don’t get through, leave us a voicemail. We might use the voicemails or calls in a future episode.
Please keep an eye on Twitter and Facebook. In the coming days, we’ll be posting on social media when we’re opening our phone lines again, and who we’re hoping to from. Our Twitter handle is @replyall. Looking forward to talking!
Alex meets a scientist who has built a tool meant to do the impossible — measure the world’s overall happiness and sadness. Plus, Alex volunteers for a risky and strange experiment.
Faced with an impossible choice, one man goes live on instagram. Saidu Tejan Thomas Jr. shares a story from his new podcast, Resistance.
Find more episodes of Resistance here: https://open.spotify.com/show/02JzQLXpqTtViFUGQjRkj3?si=PvQrGlB7QEuf0AcgsGklHg&utm_source=copy-link
To get more information about the show, follow the show’s Instagram page: @resistanceshow. You can also follow Saidu on Twitter @SaiduTTJ.
If you or someone you know is feeling depressed or just needing to talk to someone, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Find more resources here: https://afsp.org/suicide-prevention-resources
We’re excited to announce that Emmanuel Dzotsi is taking on a new role on the show … as host! And this week, he brings us a story about a mysterious recording that has been popping up on government hotlines for years. Emmanuel tries to figure out where this recording is coming from and who’s putting it there.
Who is Q-Anon? PJ tells the surprising origin story of the Q scam, and the man who now seems to be in control of it.
Dale Beran (@DaleBeran) and Mike Rothschild (@rothschildmd)
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Writer Jia Tolentino has a new case for Super Tech Support: where are all those bitcoin she bought six years ago?
This episode originally aired in January 2018.
Planet Money’s bitcoin story
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Every night, Catherine Russell puts on a wig, picks up a gun, and defies the logic of Yelp. And then, an epic Yes Yes No spanning an entire galaxy of internet fights. Plus, Alex Goldman reveals a dark, personal secret.
Perfect Crime and We Didn’t Start The Fire originally ran in January 2016 and May 2019, respectively.
Tweet from the episode:
Showering is classist now. People mad at aperol. Uber strike. Wiccan life. Gamer blocked his elf wife. We didn’t start the— LxDx (@wokestbloke) May 10, 2019
“‘A podcast about the internet’ that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it.” – The Guardian. Hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, from Gimlet.
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