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Why You're Wrong

By Jesse Dybka and Tim Wilson

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Why You're Wrong is weekly show by Tim Wilson and Jesse Dybka that focuses on current news topics and common beliefs that need a little reason and critical thinking applied. Why You're Wrong will let you know, well, why you're wrong.

Customer Reviews

well, I like it

I like this podcast! They have an offbeat humor that I think is pretty funny, but I guess is not for everyone. I would just give it a listen and see if you like it before getting scared off by the bad reviews.

It has grown on me!

Periodically I add a couple of new podcasts to my eclectic rotation based on someone's recommendation or from the front page of iTunes, the latter was the case with WYW. You guys discuss quite a bit and the topics are interesting. I've now listened to quite a few of your podcasts and you've got a fan in me now. I've seen definite improvement in the later episodes and I'm hooked.

Reminds me a bit of "How Stuff Works". I think your audio quality is quite good too.

Peace out y'all!

Don't...don't do that.


Good Cast

Enjoyable, often intelligent, never boring. Need more 'casts like this.

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  • Category: Natural Sciences
  • Language: English

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