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Good friends Bryan, Amber, and Joe bring ten minute topics to the table in this laid-back podcast recorded in Cleveland. Topics range from the deeply philosophical to the deeply sophomoric. Email us at Facebook: Twitter: Theme Music: Can You Not? by Kaiwhakatangitangi ©PogieJoe Productions

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Thanks for existing

I’ve only started listening recently, but as I’ve been binging episodes, I can’t help but express how relevant this show is for me. On a consistent basis, I find myself thinking (and sometimes saying out loud) “YAAAAS” or “SAAAAME,” because y’all are talking about things that I think about all the time, be it political, social, cultural, popular, etc. Thank you for existing, especially with reference to your political/social discourse, because in the times we’re seeing now, it’s really comforting for people like me to know that we're not alone in experiencing that overwhelming sense of powerlessness while trying to make positive change in the world. Bless.


This podcast is so good. You guys are so relatable it hurts. You're wokeness and openness to be more woke is everything. You guys rock keep up the amazing job.

Can You Not?

No I cannot stop listening, I have been binge listening to these episodes all week. It's thought provoking, funny, and well thoughtout. I've been quoting episodes at work all week. I would highly reccommend this show to anyone who has 30 minutes and working ears.

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