Topics: Black Friday’s E-commerce sidelined by E. coli. Lettuce pray Trump eats some. Ivanka Trump’s Email is eLegal. Frankie Muniz’s cat is E. Vil. Paris Hilton calls off her wedding. What is a Chris Zylka? Ralph Breaks The Internet, Facebook Breaks The Law.
Comic Aaron Berg insists Meghan Markle’s carrying one of his male stripper buddy’s babies. Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling with 20 of the funniest jokes ever told. Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein talks Elizabeth Warren’s DNA. Reverend Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, on Saudi Arabia, Focus On Family and Pornography. PETA Podcast’s Emil Guillermo on why wool is evil, and who’s really behind that Asian American lawsuit against Harvard admissions. Doctor Samir Selmanovic, Co-chair of Vote Common Good,on his efforts to flip American evangelicals from red to blue in time for the midterms.
Kanye doesn’t care about black people. Comedy Writer Colleen Werthmann from The Daily Show, The Nightly Show, and The Oscars is back. Comedian Kevin Bartini talks Kanye’s meeting with Trump, plus Zack Ford, the LGBTQ editor for Think Progress.
Comedians DAVE SIRUS and KEVIN BARTINI along with the LGBTQ editor for Think Progress ZACK FORD. Apple’s doing better without Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos and Amazon create homelessness, Trump’s FEMA chief can’t remember Hurricane Florence’s name, Norm Macdonald apologizes for his apology, Jeff Fager and Les Moonves refuse to apologize, Ringo and Yoko share a bed, The Beatles share a circle jerk, eating bread leads to depression, Why does the head of the United Way earn $1.2 million a year? 40 percent of Americans can’t afford to live in America, and Why is Facebook relying on Bill Kristol’s factually challenged Weekly Standard to do its fact checking?
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