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PM in the AM – Nov. 4, 2020

It’s the morning after the election and we all feel like we slept with someone last night but can’t remember who it was. We try to make sense of all the news and spin, but nobody really knows anything except that everything keeps changing. Patrick gets in to conspiracies and cults, and we look back at Heaven’s Gate, a cult from the 1990’s that really liked sneakers. We take a look at some of the latest nonsense from Thai Rivera.

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NLO 1356: For Heaven’s Sake

Patrick is excited about the possibility of pivoting to a gamers only podcast. We are proud to announce that we are the only podcast with GeForce RTX graphics. That can’t be, can it? People need to stop worrying about Patrick being poor. It’s all going to work out. We check in on some of the latest insane rants and exclamations from our favorite tinyman, Thai Rivera. Trez Mala watches grass grow. Daddy Derek is nuttier than ever and we have the videos to prove it.

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NLO 1353: Malaween

Patrick is back as promised to continue trying to explore other options in the Onionsphere. Patrick has used three cans of hairspray to both illustrate how long it’s been since he’s had any kind of professional grooming, and to make fun of how Trez Mala composes his “look” on the daily. Patrick begins to try to fix some of the audio sync issues, but this turns out to be a fatal downfall in this show.

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NLO 1347: Trez’ Company

The Trez Mala deep dive continues, and this well goes deep. Or should we say this dam is high? Either way, strap in as we explore Trez’ YouTube and social media to discover just what gives this guy his comedy edge. We learn how to cook eggs on a grill, how eating old pork with mac and cheese in a deep fried tortilla won’t kill you instantly, and you don’t need six views on a YouTube video to make you a star.

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NLO 1343: Vibes and Tribes

We are continuing with HOUR 3 of the breakdown of Thai Rivera’s latest podcast, and it’s slow going because there’s a lot to dissect. Thai begins his podcast by thanking people for feedback, and you can tell he has taken a lot of our advice to heart. At least for awhile. His energy fades quickly as he becomes distracted by his own difficult-to-follow stories and ramblings about a dog that he is keeping captive for some reason. Thai can’t really form sentences or complex thoughts well when he has to speak.