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Shut Up, Weirdo with Frangry and Michele | WFMU

By Frangry and Michele and WFMU

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Just two girls. Having a good time. On a Friday night.

Customer Reviews

I found Shut Up Weirdo by mistake

In February of 2009 I was suffering from depression I found Shut Up, Weirdo by mistake. I started to listen and I did something I have not done in months I laughed. I listened to all the past shows in the span of two weeks and day by day I started feeling better about life I no longer want to kill myself. Shut Up Weirdo saved my life and gave me the hope I needed to carry on. The only draw back is my wife is divorcing me because she dose not like me being in love with Frangry. A small price to pay for one hour a week of true happiness I think.

I really wanted to like this...

Andy Cohen is one of my favorites in public radio. But this podcast is long and pedantic. In the first 20 minutes, there was on air technical issues that should have been edited out, and Frangry came across as a bit whiney, rude and not friendly. There was very little content and by the time the content actually started, I was bored with listening to them say who should go first. I liked the title - and was drawn to it, but the scripting needs to be tightened up and and the point of view clarified.

Best Radio Show Ever

I found this show by mistake and had never herd of WFMU. Now I look forward to this show and Seven Second Delay every week. Their blog is awesome too!