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JEN: Yes. ANONYMOUS: [Overlapping] Sort of almost... ALEX GOLDMAN: This sounds like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Our executive producer is Tim Howard. 237 votes, 559 comments. Like is it something that if there was a run on, like, I don't know, if it's fire extinguisher juice—if there was a run on fire extinguisher juice, all the houses would burn? I don't know. Otherwise you’re just telling him that mystery goo exists—, ALEX GOLDMAN: Yeah you’re telling me—[indistinct], PJ VOGT: Everytime he goes to the supermarket, he’s going to be walking down the aisle, holding up like creamed corn being like, “Maybe this is it.”. Interesting. So Facebook is funding it, they're going to appoint the first board members. I’m playing like a mobile game. Our theme song is by the Mysterious Breakmaster Cylinder, and our ad music is by Build Buildings. I'm standing next to a parking lot, actually. ANONYMOUS: (laughing) It's.... the thing is, if I say what it is then it's, you know—. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Yeah, you’ve gotta give us something or we need to end the phone call. But if it's like, you know, I just spent eight hours listening to James Mitchell explain in incredible detail how to wall a person and how to build a walling wall—. PJ VOGT: What—what was the etymology of Hawtnugz? Update: 2020-01-30 48. Cause I was like, “Well maybe I just haven’t unlocked that level yet.”. CASEY: Right? And they have laser swords— (laughing). ALEX GOLDMAN: But it’s pretty simple to just make like an animation that just looks like a new game, get people to download it, and then like, mopes like me, by the time they hit level 25, they’re like hooked. There is some science behind it, like some biochemistry that I'm kind of—it's uh—. PJ VOGT: Is the—the mystery stuff that may or may not cure baldness—is it something that is useful in other ways? For more than 30 years, You’re the Cure – the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's grassroots network – has been doing just that. It's kind of— ok wait, can you guys bleep my name ? And the room you're in, what does a SCIF look like? ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] The scarcity? This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. More Episodes See all » #170 A Song of Impotent Rage. ISAAC: I am at a SCIF somewhere in New York. Read An Excerpt. ISAAC: That was what he testified to yesterday. It was Hawtnugz? Thanks for listening. 56:48 #51 Perfect Crime Aug 27, 2020. TAYLOR: [Overlapping] But it's not always super straightforward though. ANONYMOUS: Yeah, so you know it probably can be increased in supply—. Close. PJ VOGT: Alex, are you going to do this? PJ VOGT: Yeah, so maybe you can get some help that way. I knew it was bad but I was also laughing and grinning throughout, but that was anchored in the fact that I trusted them to have a payoff - and it didn't really get there. #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All published on 2020-01-30T20:55:13Z. If we have that kind of clout, I’d be stoked. Thanks PJ. And then I was like, “Well, I didn't have to solve the problem, but I just decorate the foyer, maybe I’ll have to go to the bathroom, fix that one up, and maybe there’ll be a leaky sink”—. ALEX GOLDMAN: Yeah I would try this. www.helpwiththecure.com. ANONYMOUS: (laughing) Ok, uh, I’ll get in touch with you guys through email. ANONYMOUS: (Laughs) Uhhhhh. I can send you the detailed (free/no obligation) report to show you. Promote #156 The Cure for Everything. Also, I knew long ago that Waze re-routing would lose its advantages by blowing up the spot. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Uh we take mostly like questions from listeners that are technical in nature? No signup or install needed. The people who spend the most time, spend the most money on in-app purchases. ALEX GOLDMAN: But they're not—it's just Candy Crush. Which is like, I set what I think is like super low price. Um... Yeah, I'll tell you. Funny. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. There was a call about Facebook phishing in the same episode. ANONYMOUS: Wow. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. But our initial question is like, what is the scam? 1 hour 3 minutes Posted Jan 30, 2020 at 3:00 am. 30:58 #115 The Bitcoin Hunter Sep 03, 2020. Like, I don’t know what to tell you.”, PJ VOGT: Wait so everyone in Santa Cruz is just prepared to like believe in a world where they were like, “And we will name our child Hawtnugz.”, ALEX GOLDMAN: You ever been to Santa Cruz? But even Dr. Mitchell, he just testified that that type of thinking is very dangerous. I just had a lot of photos of him on there that don't exist anywhere else. That takes years and years and years of development. And I have a twin brother who has been balding. 49. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topp... – Lytt til #156 The Cure for Everything fra Reply All direkte på mobilen din, surfetavlen eller nettleseren - ingen nedlastinger nødvendig. The hair stuff’s less important than the depression, if I’m being honest. PJ VOGT: Ok, so you're, you guys will have two weeks together, food boss and food baby. PJ VOGT: Cool, what's your technical support problem? DAVID: Huh! TEDDY: Mhm. ANONYMOUS: Um I just made it… let me make sure I can… ok so um yeah, they can email helpwiththecure@gmail.com. ALEX GOLDMAN: Yes, stop beating around the bush. ANONYMOUS: Uhh, I do. PJ VOGT: After the break, we take some more calls from listeners. PJ VOGT: [Overlapping] Ohhhh yeah, cause it’s connected to your Facebook. Charts. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. 61 minutes | Jan 30th 2020 #156 The Cure for Everything Play Like Play Next Mark Played PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. It's got like a weird split in the middle. And I was like, “You don't need to pay for it. Eating placentas is already a thing, so he probably tried it when he got the chance. PJ VOGT: I’m with you. Join 6,470 readers in helping fund MetaFilter. Because they’ll—they use a lot of strange terminology. Because he was an interrogator, but he was also the psychologist in charge of the mental well-being of these guys. Yeah. Our show is downloaded around 5 million times per month. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. www.helpwiththecure.com . PJ VOGT: He was like, basically their PR department is the helpdesk. Originally Aired January 30, … Reply All. I work in the burbs and it's a long commute and so I always have some kind of route finding app open, usually Google or Waze. Um but there is one other thing you guys said I’d be able to do, right? PJ VOGT: Wait, and in exchange, we get the secret of the mystery goo? PJ VOGT: Just tell me the story of how you found this. What a journey. ALEX GOLDMAN: The weirder, the better honestly. TEDDY: That wasn't my name, that was just my nickname, and that's just what my Facebook name was. PJ VOGT: And the way they’re running things right now is sort of like, Mark Zuckerberg is sort of like a king, and there’s kind of like a gentry class of like slightly important like journalist type people who they pay attention to, but otherwise it’s a pretty undemocratic government. And it does sound like a lot of effort, but the fact that somebody's willing to engage in like, multiple emails with me just to get one phone number makes me think, “Oh, definitely this makes sense.”. TEDDY: Oh my god. JEN: And like unfriended all the people in that group. Almost voted this 4 stars just because of the frustration that some parts caused, but still not a bad ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Ryan Stock's Review of #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Monday, 3rd Feb 2020 06:31 My number 1 go to for any and all info – especially now … www.helpwiththecure.com . PJ VOGT: Is it–and it's always the same kind of wrong? PJ VOGT: Okay, And, are people—what’s the—vibe is not the word I wish I was going to use, but like wha—(shortly laughs). He's not here now. 2020-01-30 . I always [indistinct]—. Stream the Reply All episode, #156 The Cure for Everything, free & on demand on iHeartRadio. You guys are awesome. My name's Teddy. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Listen to Reply All. PJ VOGT: Yeah, until everyone starts killing ‘em to make their hair all long and shiny. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. 1 hr 4 min Play episode PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. And the general consensus is that the elevator was going up, not down. ALEX GOLDMAN: “Listen, you deserve some money.”. This is a very strange phone call. TAYLOR: I mean… mobile gaming is the future. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. My gut feeling on this episode is that they fell for a scam and I am somewhat surprised that a show with so much focus on phishing let themselves be taken advantage of in this way. TEDDY: Oh cool, I will definitely try that. That’s a thing that companies have been doing for a while.”. ANONYMOUS: Like, uh, hair loss. Listen to Reply All on Spotify. Neither me or Alex is doing well. I have the same little cocktail. ALEX GOLDMAN: I didn’t want to make any decisions in a room by myself. There’s not too many people online to ask, sorry." It's like—, ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] So they're on Hoth—, PJ VOGT: But there's these Jedi, right? Episodes. ALEX GOLDMAN: So it's just like a food you eat. Reply All: #156 The Cure for Everything January 30, 2020 5:16 AM - Subscribe. ISAAC: Whereas the maintenance visits wherein he would just go in there and talk to him and just like, hang out. Discover Reply All #156 The Cure for Everything #156 The Cure for Everything. (Laughs). This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. JEN: Oh. I just told you the secret of the mystery goo and you're going to tell me that? It's not like you try eating everything in the world to try to cure your hair loss. PJ VOGT: Ok, so I know one possibility, which is that I’d heard a story about how—I think the New York Times reported on this, like Waze, Google Maps, like one of these pathfinding apps had, you know, figured out through the magic of the algorithm that people could shave like, four minutes off their commute by getting off this highway at this one point and cutting through a local road. ANONYMOUS: Yeah, so I mean, I could be like a crackpot, like I could be completely wrong. ISAAC: But to me personally, as long as I'm mindful of that, like this specific issue isn't a problem. PJ VOGT: And I was like, “Ok, so what is going on here? TEDDY: So I like tried that angle, and every angle I've used hasn't worked. CASEY: No, no one has been working through a queue for five years; there’s no way that is true. And so I was like, “Ok weird,” but I didn't really like think much of it. ALEX GOLDMAN: Are you in the intelligence community, or are you just using intelligence community speak? PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. I hope that's right, because otherwise I'm not really sure how to feel about giving this guy so much attention. And then I kept getting like—my sister called me and she was like “Um, hey, this doesn't really sound like you, but I gave them my number.” And I was like, “Oh shit.”, JEN: And we kind of like, yeah. ALEX GOLDMAN: You have to tell us something! I don’t know, there’s a lot of weird stuff about how balding works. No signup or install needed. Posted by 6 months ago. Cigarette smoking is the number one cause of preventable deaths in the United States. #86 Man of the People. ISAAC: He was the one doing the waterboarding. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. I could be an insane person, but—. Always loving the bad news. Listen to #156 The Cure for Everything - Reply All podcast for free on GetPodcast. Oh my gosh, I got through, what the heck? JEN: Yeah, exactly. No. PJ VOGT: (laughing) The idea of you eating mashed potatoes mixed with mystery goo. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Yeah, I like puzzles. I like puzzles. DAVID: Yeah. So I need to remember, I need to remind myself very often that like, talking about torture is not a good first date topic, for example. 17.7k members in the gimlet community. Extremely weird. PJ VOGT: Like Alex is all like, rubbing his hands together ready for his new addiction. Has anyone emailed to find out what the mystery cure was? What did it say? PJ VOGT: I’m still just very curious. And you have to select what is the best thing to use for—. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. I was like, I was like, “Ok, so I have to finish decorating this room, and then I’ll have to solve one of these problems”. So after that first call you asked me to draw up a legal document saying we wouldn't disclose the, whatever this secret thing is, and I sent it to you. #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Podchaser, aired Thursday, 30th January 2020. ANONYMOUS: Dude! ISAAC: Yes, I'm deeply into mechanical keyboards. ISAAC: So Dr. Mitchell has been very intricate in his wording. #156 The Cure for Everything PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. 2 1 5 months ago. ALEX GOLDMAN: Exactly! Um and also it's kind of an ordeal, you have to go to the [beep], you know, like—, PJ VOGT: But this is like finding out George Foreman doesn't use a George Foreman grill, like—, ANONYMOUS: But that's why, ok, so that's why I desperately called you guys because I was like, I need help. Like that whole thing happened. PJ VOGT: My big guesses are that it is—well, Jessica Yung, our producer, she was like: stem cells. It is true that the death of Jesus on the cross and the gift of the Spirit is the cure for everything. And a bunch of items will come up at the bottom. Or—. Thank you. PJ VOGT: Where else have you had to learn not to talk about it? This week — a new technology falls into the wrong hands. Artist: The Cure Song: The Walk [Everything Mix] Track: 04 Album: Mixed Up PJ VOGT: Like you were starting to lose your hair, and then it stopped you from losing your hair? PJ VOGT: Um from time to time, there’s a thing we do on the show where we open up the Reply All hotline. They’re basically using it as targeted advertising for a specific type of player who they've identified as their power players. PJ VOGT: Yeah, so if that's like a 1,200 person database, that's probably worth some time. PJ VOGT: Also, fix your system so that it doesn't depend on Alex Goldman being considered famous. Reply All #156 The Cure for Everything 30 januari 2020. PJ VOGT: So why don't you give him some of your stuff? Yeah. I didn't realize that. ALEX GOLDMAN: Gotta say, I’m not like a Coca-Cola man. I've been playing it for over a year. ANONYMOUS: Uh yeah. PJ VOGT: Ok so I’ve learned, I’ve learned things, uhh about what’s going on with your—well, not what’s going on—I basically have bad news for you and an explanation for why things are bad. In the case of Hulda Clark, all disease was allegedly caused by the liver fluke, and so treating that nasty scourge on humanity could therefore cure all disease. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Would you rather it not come out, you know? This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. So, I have answers for you, believe it or not. Wow. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. PJ VOGT: Screw this. Archived. ANONYMOUS: It's not, it doesn't do just that. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. OPSLAAN. Download Right click and do "save link as" PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. 19 A feast is prepared for laughter, and wine makes life merry, but money is the answer for everything. ANONYMOUS: Fraternal. PJ VOGT: I think I just got a mechanical keyboard. Reply. Created Feb 2, 2013. PJ VOGT: This is like watching someone being introduced to a new street drug that their body is not able to handle. Explicit #156 The Cure for Everything . And with contracts even. Love. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. TAYLOR: Honestly, if it was a video game I would play it. PJ VOGT: Got it. Um, I'll, I’ll email you guys later. PJ VOGT: And are we any closer to the secret of the mystery goo? TAYLOR: So, here's the worst part. PJ VOGT: So I searched online, and I found this thing about how, basically, in the hunt to get people's phone numbers, to plug into like robocall databases, there are now scammers who troll Craigslist just getting email addresses plus phone numbers plus names. Reply All . PJ VOGT: Oh, he was doing the actual waterboarding? ANONYMOUS: Of like a [beep]. PJ VOGT: Hey, so where are we at right now? Or something wasteful, like pigs ears? I get a pop-up ad for a game where you have to like, where there’s like a puzzle where you have to fix a household appliance, it’s called Matchington Mansion. TAYLOR: And I think Matchington Mansion is the like off-brand. ISAAC: But I'm also—ok I, let me go back, let me go back. #170 A Song of Impotent Rage. There's no con. Is it hushed like a movie theater? Yeah, have a good one. (laughing), PJ VOGT: That's an awesome name. But the thing is I've noticed like very, very substantial differences that I feel like can't be chalked up to—. You don’t have to have one, but I’m just curious. PJ VOGT: The thing that is the—is this all a wind-up to a bit? Reply All 187 Episodes Follow Share. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] It already exists! Reply All: #156 The Cure for EverythingJanuary 30, 2020 5:16 AM - Subscribe. Like they had thought it wasn't—-. ISAAC: Yeah, or he would ask him like how he's feeling. And finally I was like—. Low self-esteem and self-slander are the major driving forces of all forms of depression. (Laughs), PJ VOGT: (laughing) Raise Alex’s depression! ANONYMOUS: It’s kind of like, very strange. Taking a Deeper Look at the "Negative Person" ... All this to say that the “negative” person may be a suffering person, and could use reach-out rather than stay-away. TAYLOR: Because I like puzzles. ANONYMOUS: Ok, so, this is really weird. And we’re gonna play them for you. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. He said he gets—and I get these too, and I didn’t realize it was like a thing—he’s verified on Twitter, so he’s like constantly getting messages from people who are just like asking him like “Hey I got locked out of my Facebook, hey I got locked out of my Instagram, can you help me?”. It’s also like, not a huge deal. Just last week, I found that Diner Dash released a game like this where you fix up the town by completing Diner Dash levels. Ok, I see where this is going. Educational. I'm very curious, but just send us an email. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. ANONYMOUS: Oh yeah. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Whuppy, a long-phishing con actually makes much more sense to me. It ticks all the boxes! PJ VOGT: That's so crazy. TAYLOR: So Homescapes is the sequel to Gardenscapes. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ VOGT: What happens when you try to log in? I don't have [beep] dollars to spend every four or five days. Placenta wouldn't limit its access to rich people. JEN: Ok, so last week I got like a weird message from like a friend on Facebook. Episode #156, the cure for everything. 2020-01-30. Description. The Cure for Everything ends with five simple, scientifically sound—and, yet, difficult—steps to take in order to lead a longer, healthier life. Cool, hey thanks. TEDDY: It’s ok. Well, I mean, not ok, but not your fault. We're Taking Your Calls Today. PJ VOGT: That's my guess. You are my hero! Read An Excerpt. 59:49. [ January 9, 2021 ] Melbourne Australia 2019-2020 New Year Fireworks Show Docklands CBD [ January 9, 2021 ] Snake oil or cure-all? PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Newly recorded COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States, which rose dramatically this fall, now seem to be declining. Description. And on top of that, I kept playing well past the point at which I should have stopped. I imagine there are ways to buy placenta, but I'd guess it's a lot more under the table. PJ VOGT: (laughing) I thought you'd be more jazzed about that. ISAAC: No, sort of. The way you're talking, you know, it could be within this hour! But then they're not going to have any say, and initially if your content was removed and you believe that it was done in error then you can appeal to this board, and if they choose to hear your case from what will presumably be thousands, that court will issue a binding ruling, and then Facebook will either have to continue to leave it down or put it back up. PJ VOGT: So I did that. Um. I do not think that these people should have been tortured. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. I’m glad I’m not alone! Add to My Queue Download MP3 Share episode. Info ; Live Chat Comments; Technology. If—but seriously, as a balding guy who's very depressed, I would love a bite of whatever you're chomping on. PJ VOGT: But why did this work on you guys? PJ VOGT: So this is the guy who essentially planned 9/11, and they’re basically trying to figure out whether he was tortured in an illegal way that makes the—. For this in particular, it is very disturbing, but I'm kind of desensitized to it. PJ VOGT: How and how did you decide to do that? was waterboarded 183 times. Thanks Dave. You have to, I'm going to tell you exactly what you're going to eat those two weeks. PJ VOGT: My guess is just the, the mechanics of Matchington Mansion or—what's the other one called? According to Worldometer's … PJ VOGT: I'm sorry that we live in a country that is run by Mark Zuckerberg. (Laughs) No no no, but I did take some science classes in college and stuff. www.helpwiththecure.com www.helpwiththecure.com ‎Show Reply All, Ep #156 The Cure for Everything - 30 Jan 2020 ISAAC: I think I'm on the 183 side of that. Well, yeah. Here's this thing that's been puzzling me for years, which is that I have to drive in traffic in order to get home to Somerville. PJ VOGT: I swear to god, before this episode is over, we're gonna find out what that is. I live outside of Santa Cruz. And it’s not that it’s uh… it’s—. Add to My Podcasts. #169 The Confetti Cannon. PJ VOGT & ALEX GOLDMAN: Thanks man. ALEX GOLDMAN: Alright, we’ve gotta go, cause I don’t know what we can do to help you here. 1:03:45. JEN: And then, so she sent me the text, and then I screenshotted the code and sent it back to her, and then they stopped replying. I think it's some kind of animal blood or black pudding. PJ VOGT: Like what did they want with the account? PJ VOGT: Yeah, you're being very coy about this. This is an unofficial transcript meant for reference. Finding the cure for all diseases comes with a heavy price. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Cause it’s connected to your Facebook. Alex Goldman tackles his newest job: prophet of doom. PJ VOGT: And so he was like, “Do you mind—can you just send me your phone number? ISAAC: There are not snacks, there are no windows—well, I'm outside right now. PJ VOGT: And so your stress went down and so your hair came back. Wow. Reply-All is phishing. ANONYMOUS: You get the secret of the mystery goo. JEN: Thanks. I’ve just been, I haven't been Hannah, which is my legal name, for a long time, and I think at that point in time on Facebook, it was like my DJ name, which was Hawtnugz. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Salamanders are in pretty plentiful supply. ‎Show Reply All, Ep #156 The Cure for Everything - Jan 30, 2020 ‎PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. ANONYMOUS: It's going alright. 1:03:45. #86 Man of the People. Learn More. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. ANONYMOUS: Ok, let me, let me just tell you something. I have a strong theory for you based on something that happened to me this weekend, which is like, somebody tried to scam me. TAYLOR: I don't know if this is like a good question to ask but what is up with ads for mobile games? Maybe it’s sardines. Are there snacks? Reply All #156 The Cure for Everything Jan. 30, 2020. If you feel like an emotional—like if you feel emotionally like you can't handle the idea that only millionaires or billionaires are gonna be able to support—buy your baldness cure, give some to your brother, first of all, if he wants it. Reply All. It's just—yeah, sorry. Reply All. ANONYMOUS: No no no. I can understand letting the call stay in the episode, but then to go the extra step to have the website and the email address? PJ VOGT: I feel like I'm having a dream right now. I work at a big tech company. PJ VOGT: Do you have before and after pictures? Every time I try to sell something on Craigslist, it's the same thing. #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All . PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ VOGT: It’s like a mom and dad situation. (Even advertising his hair loss cure email address? Listen to #156 The Cure for Everything, an episode of Reply All, easily on Podbay - the best podcast player on the web. Episode #156 ‘The Cure for Everything’ saw hosts PJ and Alex open up their hotline and have conversations with the listeners, including one mysterious call from a concerned man who thinks he has discovered a cure for baldness which could change the world. Even then I could see some people hating it. 01:03:45 ITUNES RSS LINK. PJ VOGT: So the one thing Casey told me that was surprising and not just more details about the dystopia you suspect that you live in already, is that he said like, if you think of Facebook as a country that is like slowly discovering government, he said, that this year they're introducing something that actually looks kind of like the beginning of a democracy, sort of. Oh, have you never played Diner Dash? ISAAC: We were very fortunate. 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