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In today's episode, we give our opinion on employees giving opinions that don't reflect on their employers. Nintendo answers a blind gamer perfectly; a Yale Dean gets snooty on Yelp; a Drexel professor regurgitates tweets (you'll get that joke about 18 minutes in); a High School principal gets outed by students; WestJet helps a man in trouble with the DMV. All this and kninkles too!

 

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In today's episode, we start things off right: by whispering in your ear until things get really awkward. We cover the problem of Mothers Day presents; a Women's Bathroom dilemma; the concert quiz that may be a password hack; a museum commemorating failur

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In today's episode, we discuss the worst thing to happen ever in the history of humanity: Facebook statuses with colored backgrounds. Also, we share stories of incredible customer service, the secret, probably, behind the demise of good airline customer s

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In today's episode, we share our thoughts on Kellog's role in the Zombie Apocalypse, Uber fire, Radio Shack Rogue One, collaboration in the workplace, beg-packers is Asia, and alternatives to killing kittens. All this and the best part is, you can trust e

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In today's episode, we sat down to talk about stories that made us laugh: a dramatic jeans shopping experience; Spotify sells itself; a Starbucks customer who lost her mind but then felt bad about it; somebody's wife got fired from Cracker Barrell; the New York Times found a way to up their subscriptions; a made up word and a question, too. And then the murders began.

(That will make sense about twenty minutes in.)

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