Radio Citrus #13: Smashed a window on a Lexus

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We’ve set a record! Seven episodes for 2014, and thirteen in total.

This is the most continuous Radio Citrus podcasts we’ve ever done, including the original run five years ago. It really makes it easy when there are more calls than time to properly respond to them all.

American Education System

I remember there were two English classes in high school. The A.P. one where we actually wrote essays. And the one everyone else took, where the lazy teacher just showed movies of famous books. How bad are schools really?

Once a year, mobs of people cruelly dehumanize their brothers and sisters in to save $9 on poorly-constructed toaster ovens.
Once a year, mobs of people cruelly dehumanize their brothers and sisters in to save $9 on poorly-constructed toaster ovens.

Black Friday

Clearly, it’s out of control. Thankfully no luxury car windows were smashed this time around. Sure, there used to be a few good deals. But I explain how Black Friday, and even Walmart in general, is a revenue-generating scam which smart people will begin avoiding.

Hunting for Jobs

Something we all can relate to. One simple search for jobs to apply for clearly demonstrates that we are living in Great Depression II, even though it doesn’t look like one.

Also on this episode

  • Merlin stops by to say hello. Then abruptly leaves.
  • Usher gets really drunk and calls in to give Radio Citrus a personal meet-and-greet backstage performance of one of his biggest jams.
  • The lone supporter of Vladamir Putin declares war on the United States
  • Buying $100,000-dollar luxury vehicles as a surprise doesn’t bring your marriage closer. It’s more likely to end in divorce.

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