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#192: Black-Market Verified

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In today’s show, we field a wide range of topics including why people are so mad about the nice thing Tesla did; what’s going on with Instagram verification; what we learned from a friend’s private message; why you shouldn’t trust that long line at your town’s new hot spot; what happens to brides when bankruptcies attack; and just what is a onebagger (please listen for the answer. Do NOT search this one.)? All this and absolutely, positively nothing more.

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:31.22]Scott Is A Professional Mumbler
  • [00:02:29.10]Episode Overview
  • [00:03:19.26]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:03:34.27]What Did Tesla Do?
  • [00:08:06.11]Black Market Verification
  • [00:13:17.05]A Twitter Surprise
  • [00:18:29.05]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:18:49.10]Fake Lines
  • [00:24:36.20]Brides and Bankruptcies
  • [00:29:07.06]Made-Up Word: Onebagger/Onebagging

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  • re: Twitter engagement statistic… wouldn’t clicks (which they excluded) be the ultimate form of engagement, though? I have to agree in terms of my own experience that Twitter brings little engagement, but I’m curious why clicks were excluded (if you know).