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Wit Without Wisdom

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Exploring the artful confusion of being human as seen through the eyes of storytellers. In each episode, we bring you snarky discussions of today's hottest life hacks, studies, and advice—as found on the internet and your neighbor's social media feed.

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To watch the news or listen in on social media, you might think that either the nation has become hypersensitive or that you're the last person alive with emotional grit. These days it feels like to engage in any public discourse we... more

If the thought of an Open Office layout, a busy Happy Hour scene, or a networking event makes you feel a little queasy, then you're probably an introvert. Up until recently, introverts got a fairly bad rap. Consider shy... more

Some things sound too good to be true and others, well, they seem about as believable as your neighbor's evidence that the postman is an alien and there is a conspiracy to use junk mail to overtake the world. Hmm, we'd actually like to... more

At Wit Without Wisdom we're all about interesting facts and getting to the truth. In fact, one might even say that we are a bit too obsessive in our pursuit of interesting knowledge. And based on this episode it is kind of hard to argue... more

In a watershed moment, here at Wit Without Wisdom we take on the epically philosophical question: Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich? And believe it or not, we actually took a straw poll to add some texture and depth to our discussion. After... more

Habits are the one area of behavior that requires an adjective for clarity. There are the good ones and then there are the bad ones. And many people spend a lot of time thinking about their need to form more good ones and extinguish... more

Disgust is one of those things that is universal and yet so individual. In fact, although we're sort of biologically primed for the emotion, the stuff that grosses us out is actually something we learn. Tonight, we thought it would be kind of... more

Are there any two holidays that have more in common than Easter and Halloween? Seriously, think about it: they are both a religious celebration. Most years you have to go to work the next day. They both deal in spirits (some of... more

Every self-improvement program requires at least one product purchase. Seriously, what is the point of gaining a new habit, greater success, or a new and better you, if you don't get to do some shopping? Even something as simple as... more

There is an old saying that states, ?there is a time and a place for everything.? There is also a song by the band The Birds that put the idea to a catchy tune. And although there are often important matters we feel passionate about,... more

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