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Sean brings in a problem, I miss an opportunity, Asterios doesn’t get a lap dance, a ban on running, Cards Against Humanity is party communism, unfair hangovers, more idiocy from the papacy, Denzel vs. Peach, the erosion of the troll, miracles are all around us, preschool petri dish, Tim Tams, sharking, a legal bill measuring contest, my mom calls in, and resisting the inescapable craving to fail; all that and more this week on The Dick Show!
It’s been a hell of a four years of podcasting for Sean and me. A hell of a Billboard-charting, feed restarting, bad advice imparting, Road Raging, aging, Asterios paging, late-night boxing, doxxing, beef squashing, moral posturing, over-sleeping, creeping, Madcucks parodying, Hot Gossing, never flossing, lolsuiting, foot shooting, you’re commuting, problem solving, job lynch mobbing, Whale F*cking, cucking, slow walking, stalking, defense planning, banning, re-banning, singing, dancing, stupid argument-having, gloating, voting, Nazi saluting, shilling, billing, women bashing, fake platitude having, yeeeeahh’ing, lying, implying, and GFY’ing–four years of podcasting, and it’s all thanks to you the listeners and everyone who supports the show at Patreon.com/TheDickShow. Here’s to four more years, but first…
Cards Against Humanity is the biggest problem in the universe. It’s communism for friendship. A perfect, culturally-Marxist presentation of a socialist humor-economy, with an efficiency that would make Deng Xioaping blush and a cultist promotion that rivals Crossfit, where from each according to his ability (to continuously inject humor into a corpse of what once was a party), and to each according to his need (for comedy participation trophy). I hate it. It’s a socialist system of sick burns–and I mean the literal definition of “sick”, lame and unfit for survival–where the strong and hilarious are silenced by the derelict. Cards Against Humanity represents everything that is the opposite of the capitalist, Darwinian, American system of comedy, where loudness always prevails. I think I’ve just figured out what everyone’s problem is with America.
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