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Something's Off with Andrew Heaton

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Description

Politics minus bile plus jokes. Comedian and avowed independent Andrew Heaton examines current events with his deranged friends, then slops humor on top.

Customer Reviews

Some good some

Adrew is very articulate and well spoken with very few pause’s (for brain farts.) He is intelligent without the stuffiness. Overall a pleasure to listen to and, As I watch his podcast on blaze tv, to look at. He actually has me thinking about some of his more liberal standings. Gee guess I’m not as tribal as I thought.
Overall good timing, easy to dance to, I’d give him about a 92.

Better than a waiter on a horse!

Read the summary title. Why are you wasting your time in the body of this review? I've said all I need to say. You know what's not a waste of time? This podcast. It's thoughtful and funny and challenges the traditional narrative. Be brave and listen and while you're at it, go to Snuffys and get a quality novelty meal.

Funny show

The show does a nice job balancing comedy with thoughtful conversations. It is nice to see people talk about ideas without being a d!$k.

You guys should try to get Russ Roberts on the show. His podcast is a good example of serious, long-form, civil discussions of complex issues. The use of nuance and lack of hyperbole is refreshing. It reminds me of this podcast in that way.

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