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Intimate interviews with your neighbors. Insight into what you thought you already knew. Body part exchange, comedy killing, accidentally good advice. See also: shrinktalk.net and philalawyer.net

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PJ discusses something that offends him. Yeah, we didn't think that could happen either.

We discuss bullying as it pertains to a recent rash of suicides and the It Gets Better Project. Everyone has their own bullying story to share, and in two cases, tales of revenge.

We talk with Brian Kannard, author of Skullduggery, on the various fates that people can meet once they're dead and buried. Rob and PJ debate music, and PJ scares the hell out of everyone about the economy.... more

Dr. Rob and our guest, Casey Barbaro, a licensed school guidance counselor, give tips on the healthiest and simplest ways to manage your life.

Psychic and author Rebecca Anne LoCicero (www.rebeccaanne.org) joins us to discuss the experience of being psychic, to turn the tables and analyze Dr. Rob for a change, and to confound PJ at every turn. Thanks to the recent... more

Chris Illuminati, co-author of Assholeology, joins us to discuss the definition and utility of being an asshole. Dr. Rob delves into the psyche of an asshole, while Chris supplies the data. PJ keeps everyone honest, and Donika gets predictably... more

With professional basketball player and author of Can I Keep My Jersey?, Paul Shirley. We’ll use Shirley’s recent essay on Haiti to discuss the rewards and perils of being a contrarian. Paul and Rob will commiserate over losing jobs... more

Our guest will be Jonathan Bernstein (author of Keeping the Wolves at Bay), who will discuss media management in crisis situations. PJ and Rob will cover the legal and psychological angles on crises. We’ll discuss how the media has been... more

In which PJ covers psychedelic drug research, Dr. Rob takes on personal choice, and BL1Y is kind enough to fill us in on the PUA philosophy.
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