In the internet mob justice system, thought crimes are considered especially heinous. On the internet, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Thought Cops. These are their stories.
So… Louis CK’s in the news, huh? Eh… Uh… Hey, Alex Jones, he’s in the news, too?
Don’t you hate it when people post concerts to their instagram and snapchat stories? Right?! Like, who has the time for that?! Unbelievable!! The nerve of some people.
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We really get into a lot this week, in the short span of a single episode. Unironic use of the word “soy”? Fuck you! Facebook friend requests followed by “hey check out my band”? Go to hell! Accidental unfollow/re-follows on twitter? We’re so sorry Mike.
The “millenial massacre-ist” has struck again. This week’s victim? Hooters. Hooters was last seen in critical condition, witnesses say she should pull through, should millenials return to spend money on re-heated frozen food at their establishment.
All that and a LOT more on this thrilling 80th installment of the internet outrage mob’s number one podcast! Thanks to all who continue to donate on Patreon– we’ve surpassed $50 a month! How cool that we make anything doing this show. Our $5 tier has received a significant upgrade as well: for just $5 a month, you not only get access to all episodes of our spin-off show Fire Bros, but you also get to be a part of the conversation live every single week on discord! Once you donate, you’ll be invited to join our discord server, and if this episode is any indication, it really adds to the show’s madness.
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This week, we point our long dick of the law at shitty swype keyboards, people who use the phrase “self-own,” and Twitter nuking millions of bots and ruining your follower count. We also talk about all the things millenials have killed, the death of Emuparadise, the new Batwoman takes her Twitter down, and an update on the war against New York and Chicago pizza. We might’ve talked about professional gamer Ninja not wanting to stream with women, but I don’t remember, and honestly, who the fuck cares.
Welcome to Thought Cops- where if you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime. Wow, that rhymes, awesome.
It’s “Episode 78”, and we are joined by the one and only Justin Whang! Justin’s YouTube channel just surpassed 150,000 subscribers. If you are a fan of the work we do here on Thought Cops, there is a pretty good chance that you’ll enjoy Justin’s work as well.
So, let’s get right to it. Alex Jones got banned from multiple platforms this week. If you didn’t spend your week reading Reply Guys arguing back and forth over the subject, I don’t know what to tell you, you probably lead a happy, healthy life.
Speaking of that, never forget to value the life you have. You never know when it could be unexpectedly snuffed out, like Luigi. Our poor, well-hung friend. Rest in peace, buddy. He never got to live to the ripe, old, age of- oh yeah, apparently they added “old” to LGBT now. Like it or not, live long enough and you’ll be in the LGBTO club. You heard it here first, folks.
We play a whole bunch of listener voicemails this week. It’s really fun, you should give us a call sometime: 312-788-7361. And consider supporting us on Patreon as we just dropped another episode of our internationally-acclaimed spin-off podcast Fire Bros!
Welcome to Episode 4 of Fire Bros! The only show where we save humanity by burning its contents. This week, we put flame to page as we talk about Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette, James Acaster’s Repertoire, the live action Fullmetal Alchemist, the Digimon Movie, and Better Call Saul Season 3. You’ll never guess what burns and what stays.
Thanks to everyone who subscribes to these bonus episodes. They’ve really helped us fund the show in so many different ways. Any comments or criticisms are welcome, as well as suggestions for other material for us to cover!
We face all sorts of unrest this week, including Jordan Peterson’s famous Peterson family diet: salt and meat. Keeps you virile, they’re saying. We learn a lot about Big Foot porn, and Grant regales us with a touching musical tribute to the latest trailer for Venom.
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Welcome to Episode 3 of Fire Bros! This week, we’re reviewing The Emoji Movie, The Problem With Apu, Season 3 of Netflix’s Love, and Deadpool 2.
We’re also debuting a new draft of the theme song. I’ve been incredibly busy, so recording the final product is taking me longer than I would’ve liked. On the plus side, you get to listen to the song as I’m working on it. Consider it a privilege.
We also messed around with the formula a little bit, by sort of challenging each other to two pieces of media to review for next episode. Of course, we’re always looking for suggestions so if one of the things we mentioned we’d see for next episode isn’t on there, drop us a comment or tweet at us!
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