27.07.20 Pt 1 - Hiking is the new normal... is it for health, or because people are tired of their loved ones? What do we think of humans who knock people over with their car and drive off? If you litter, you should be forced to live in the wild, you cretin. If you want to sell a $10m house to someone, how can you tell if they're rich?

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24.07.20 Pt 2 - Are smokers not getting enough love from society? Shaka's story is being retold - this time, with a budget. The team questions whether twins are inherently evil, if it’s weird to date your technology, and if the smell of a burning cat should cause one to panic. Covid is one thing, but remember: there was a time when you might be impaled for being in the wrong tribe...

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24.07.20 Pt 1 - No one should do drugs, but there are some people who definitely shouldn’t. The team discusses aviation: the best way to get to fly a plane, and is a helicopter just a deathtrap with a joystick? The age old question of old age drivers being a danger, quiet Coolidge was not a president of many words, and the rich comrade: is that an oxymoron?

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23.07.20 Pt 2 - Nando's are not chicken to have a go, both in their advertising and in backing The Burning Platform. With all due respect, is Hermann Pretorius comparable to David Mabuza? Let's be clear, politics has always been in the sewer... Also, do we romanticise the past because only the good ones have survived?

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23.07.20 Pt 1 - Why are conspiracy theories and people like David Icke so intriguing? Birthdays in lockdown are no good - it's weird watching your cousin eat cake via Zoom. It looks like The Offspring were right: the kids aren't alright - they hacked Bill Gates' Twitter. Kim Jong Un has declared that August is no longer in Jada. Also, what should constitute “fake news”?

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22.07.20 Pt 2 - Human nature dictates that people hate anybody who isn't as perfect as they are. There are names that Gord describes as 'basic white girl names' - but should they define a person's life? Gareth's car is sold, but is he happy? Is the best relationship one where you don't love the person, but you don't hate them either? Speaking of which, Amber Heard is a vengeful turd.

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22.07.20 Pt 1 - If your ancestors hibernated, they probably used squirrels to, er, plug the back door. Conversely, if they lived in Africa, they danced often. Don’t take our word for it, this is science. On another evolutionary note, rabbits had feathers! And as if shopping wasn’t awful enough, it's costly to park too - we’re doing our shopping online from now on.

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21.07.20 Pt 2 - If you want to protest in favour of restaurants and booze coming back into your life, go and protest... just don't expect good service at your table. If you get a delivery from FedEx, get your bulletproof vest on before opening the door. Ronen Aires, founder of Student Village, joins us to discuss the tools millennials were born with which equip them to deal with a growing digital reality.

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21.07.20 Pt 1 - Sleeping is not a skill, stop telling us how much sleep you get per night... what do you want - a Nobel prize? Turns out one of America's founding fathers was a philanderer. Katharine Hepburn embodied celebrity at its finest. What is it about death in Covid that we are struggling with? Kanye West is unravelling, and people are enjoying it.

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20.07.20 Pt 2 - Should it scare us that conspiracy theories are less ludicrous than government actions? If you speak to somebody, surely it doesn't mean you endorse everything they believe, or does it? If you buy nice stuff in lockdown, what's the point... who are you going to show it off to? Snacking and laziness kill more than Covid. Palesa Lengolo, author of 'Stokvels: How they can make your money work for you', joins us to discuss South Africa's economic secret weapon.

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