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GOOP GOOP GOOP GOOP GOOP GOOP GOOP GOOP. GOOP. Anna Merlan — senior staff writer at Vice and author of REPUBLIC OF LIES — joins us to explore Gwyneth Paltrow's Gooposphere including her Netflix show Love, Sex & Goop. Plus Liv and Julian take a quizz to figure out their "erotic blueprints".For access to the full episode (+ all miniseries + all premi…
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Lots of ground to cover this episode! We discuss all things Super Bowl (a week late), the conspiracy theory about Taylor Swift being a psyop, whether Biden could possibly be replaced as the Democrat nominee, the death of elevator etiquette, and much more!By Dustin Foree, Nate Robles
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Around 70 years ago, a deadly counter-insurgency was carried out by the British colonial occupiers of Kenya to quell the Mau Mau Rebellion. The operation involved political propaganda stoking a panic about the freedom fighters' use of black magic — a "horror story" written by colonizers to justify their own brutal actions. Annie Kelly explores this…
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Leaded gasoline could not have become a universally-used commercial product without an enforcer. Someone who was dedicated to protecting the status quo position that leaded gasoline was safe to use and not a threat to the general public. And that enforcer was named Dr. Robert Kehoe. In 1925 he was appointed chief medical consultant of the Ethyl Cor…
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The United States' non-existent war in the Middle East. Taylor Swift being a psyop. A man decapitating his father because he believes in the Great Replacement conspiracy theory. A videogame titled simply "Epstein". Another week, another round of feverish visions. Our guest is Ken Klippenstein, investigative journalist for The Intercept.Subscribe fo…
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The most prominent modern role playing video game is also the most modified by its fan base. Which means there's a massive scene of horny gamers scripting elaborate sex mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. In the process of listening to this episode you will learn about: "OVirginity Reflowered", "OCum", "Devious Devices", "The Duder's Grab Bag of …
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The invasion has begun. Swarms of gen x parents are flooding onto Tik Tok to ruin the lives of their children and amass substantial followings of their own. This week, we’re joined by journalist Miles Klee in an attempt to make sense of conspiracy mega-influencer Auntie Coolette. Her online career began as innocently as any other middle-aged person…
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Thomas Midgley Jr. invented two things that were used all over the world. Firstly, he invented leaded gasoline. This helped car engines operate more efficiently, but at the cost of spewing poisonous gas everywhere. The second invention is Chlorofluorocarbons or "CFCs." These substances, which were sold under the brand name Freon, had widespread app…
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We attended the X3 Porn Expo in Los Angeles thanks to our guest Zoë Ligon, author of 'Carnal Knowledge: Sex Education You Didn't Get In School', founder of the Spectrum Boutique sex shop and Onlyfans content creator. We discuss her experience running a booth at the event, creating for onlyfans, and running a sex toy shop. Plus Julian gets bullied f…
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Over the years, we’ve heard Qanon believers loudly protest the alleged misappropriation of human remains – whether they’re being used to supply “adrenochrome farms” or consumed during satanic cabal dinner parties. As is often the case, the reality is far more disturbing than the conspiracy theory. This week, Allie Mezei joins us to bring us horrifi…
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How we feed babies and young kids greatly impacts their health, growth, and future. This affects not only the children but also women and society. While baby formula has its uses, and it literally be a life saver in certain circumstances, it also comes with significant health, economic, and environmental costs. On the other hand, breastfeeding has …
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We have to cover the most publicly pilled star quarterback in the NFL. The only problem is… neither Jake, Julian, nor Travis knows a damn thing about the world of professional football. Fortunately for us, we’ve enlisted the talents of NFL writer Arif Hasan. Arif is the author for Wide Left Post Substack - a newsletter covering both football and po…
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Happy 2024! This episode we're covering the NFL playoffs, particularly the embarrassing collapse of the Dallas Cowboys (it was not in fact their year), the strange reaction to Gypsy Rose Blanchard's release from prison, the state of the education system, the Iowa caucus and why this election year might be the worst one yet. Always a good time, so g…
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Baby bottles, car seats, diapers, mommies, littles, and making a mess. We explore the online ABDL community with Lucy Valentine of the Boonta Vista Podcast.For access to the full episode (+ all miniseries + all premium QAA episodes) go to http://patreon.com/qaa and subscribe for just $5 a month.Lucy Valentine: https://twitter.com/LucyXIVThe Boonta …
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2024 is off to a great start. New Epstein documents drop, Mike Flynn tweets that #PizzagateIsReal, and kraft retailer Etsy is being accused of selling ‘bespoke children’ on their marketplace. It’s a throwback QAA-style ep where Julian, Jake, and Travis begin to unravel at the realization that they’re about to relive 2016 for the seventh year in a r…
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The origins of foot fetish website Wikifeet, the thriving community inhabiting it, and a very special reading of the first recorded foot fetish material — poems by Greek Poet Philostratus the Elder. Our guest is Hesse Deni of the Seeking Derangements and Movie Mindset podcasts.For access to the full episode (+ all miniseries + all premium QAA episo…
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Brad and Liv have blown into their cartridges and booted up some truly disturbing games. This week, we've prepared a potluck style new year's brunch with a handful of dishes for you to pick at as you lay in bed, wracked with guilt about already breaking your resolutions. Later in the episode you’ll hear Jake break his NDA as a quality assurance tes…
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The root concept of “learning styles” is based on a simple and intuitive idea: different people most successfully learn through different means. Or maybe they best learn through different sensory or emotional inputs. Possibly because people with differing brains make them more receptive to certain ways of knowing and absorbing information. Some peo…
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Expos and Conventions where porn stars meet fans are liminal spaces where awkward interactions are the norm. It gets worse when Youtube content creators show up to "interview" the talent. Our guest is Spencer of the Those Good Old-Fashioned Values Podcast.For access to the full episode (+ all miniseries + all premium QAA episodes) go to http://patr…
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Our holiday present to you all is the gift of Jake, Liv, Julian, and Travis losing their collective minds over the new film “Leave The World Behind” – a pre-apocalyptic film executive produced by Barack and Michelle Obama. Not only will they be staggering their way through the plot of the film and its production history, but they’ll also be taking …
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Dating! In an app! What could go wrong? We check in with listeners, Liv, and Jake to answer that question. Our guest is comedian and author Jamie Loftus!For access to the full episode (+ all miniseries + all premium QAA episodes) go to patreon.com/qaa and subscribe for just $5 a month.This series was brought to you by the QAA podcast. Thanks for su…
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Happy holidays everyone! We're finishing out 2023 with a banging episode. Topics include the cancellation of the menthol ban, the bizarre workings of the college football playoffs, Taylor Swift as Time's Person of the Year, people who only change their underwear once a week, banning anonymous social media profiles, and more.…
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Part 2 of our exploration of how Gatorade influenced the science of hydration. In this episode Travis talks about how the Army developed bad doctrine around hydrating soldiers while preparing for war in the Middle East, how Gatorade helped finance athletic organizations, and why dangers related to overhydration were ignored in the 90s. Also at poin…
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Annie Kelly is back in the Peak District to delve further into an ongoing struggle between the peaceful residents of Cressbrook Dale and a rogue band of doomsday farmers led by former “Dragon’s Den” host, Rachel Elnaugh. This time, Annie will be speaking to residents and hapless hikers who have been accosted by Rachel’s followers and their recon dr…
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Sex dolls — realistic and cartoonish alike — have a sizable online community of enthusiasts dedicated to them. We explore this rabbithole with Alice Avizandum of the Trash Future, Kill James Bond and Well There's Your Problem podcasts.For access to the full episode (+ all miniseries + all premium QAA episodes) go to https://patreon.com/qaa and subs…
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There are many reasons why Gatorade became the king of sports drinks. It had a compelling origin story. Its partnership with the NFL led to the iconic “Gatorade Dunk,” where celebrating athletes would pour a giant container of Gatorade over their coach. There was the hugely successful “Be Like Mike” advertising campaign, which featured Michael Jord…
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Annie Kelly takes us on a road trip to Cressbrook, Derbyshire, where a pilled community of wannabe farmers have somehow purchased land within the Peak District National Park. The group is led by former reality television star Rachel Elnaugh, an entrepreneur who appeared on the BBC television show “Dragon’s Den.” How will the residents of Cressbrook…
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