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Join Madison Malone Kircher and Rachelle Hampton twice a week as they gaze deep into the online abyss—and tell you what’s gazing back.

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Join Madison Malone Kircher and Rachelle Hampton twice a week as they gaze deep into the online abyss—and tell you what’s gazing back.

こちらで聴く: Apple Podcasts
サブスクリプションとmacOS 11.4以降が必要です

    Daily Harvest Is Crumbling

    Daily Harvest Is Crumbling

    In the past month, customers of the meal delivery service Daily Harvest have been suffering from gastrointestinal distress after eating the company’s French Lentil + Leek Crumbles, and some have even required surgery. The company is currently investigating the cause of these medical issues but has yet to find anything conclusive. On today’s show, Rachelle and Madison speak to Luke Pearson, an influencer who received the product in a PR package from Daily Harvest and has since had to have his gallbladder removed. They discuss his medical journey, what it was like finding a community online that was also suffering from these problems, and how it’s affected his future plans for brand partnerships.
    This podcast is produced by Daniel Schroeder, Rachelle Hampton, and Madison Malone Kircher.
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    • 31分
    This Episode Will Not Bum You Out

    This Episode Will Not Bum You Out

    On this week’s episode, Rachelle and Madison decided that, because of the recent Supreme Court news, it was time to take respite in some good online fun. They talk about the Olsen twins making pizza, Adam Lambert’s stellar vocals, plastic bags, musicals, and plenty more. Make sure to check out our Twitter for a thread with all the things mentioned in today’s episode.
    This podcast is produced by Daniel Schroeder, Madison Malone Kircher and Rachelle Hampton.
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    • 29分
    There Are No New Jokes On the Internet

    There Are No New Jokes On the Internet

    Log onto any social app and you’ll quickly find content that’s been ported over from another platform. On the show today, Rachelle and Madison talk about the homogenization of internet humor and how every platform is trying to copy its competition. Then they discuss the return of anonymous online spaces with the new app NGL, an app that allows people to solicit anonymous comments and questions from Instagram, and why these anonymous spaces always tend toward toxicity.
    Make sure to check out our episode on period trackers, and the newest season of Slow Burn.
    This podcast is produced by Daniel Schroeder, Rachelle Hampton, and Madison Malone Kircher.
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    • 33分
    Why Can’t Lesbians Escape Men on Dating Apps?

    Why Can’t Lesbians Escape Men on Dating Apps?

    Lesbians on dating and hookup apps aren’t looking for men, but that’s what platforms like Bumble and Tinder are serving them. On today’s show, Madison and Rachelle speak to some queer women who’ve had this problem and what sorts of issues it creates. Then they discuss the women-focused apps that’ve tried to fill that space, and why it’s so difficult to find safe queer dates online.
    This podcast is produced by Daniel Schroeder, Madison Malone Kircher, and Rachelle Hampton.
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 36分
    American Girl Just Outed One of Their Dolls?

    American Girl Just Outed One of Their Dolls?

    Earlier this month, the American Girl Doll Instagram account announced the return of the classic Molly doll, and because it was announced during Pride month everybody started wondering, “Is Molly gay?” On today’s show, Rachelle and Madison discuss the recent gay panic of the conservative American Doll Instagram community, the online life of American Girl memes, and their own histories with these beloved childhood treasures. Plus, they discuss the drama around Lizzo’s “GRRRLS” and why she’s one of the few celebrities to nail the Notes app apology.
    This podcast is produced by Daniel Schroeder, Madison Malone Kircher, and Rachelle Hampton.
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    • 32分
    Did One Direction Create the Internet?

    Did One Direction Create the Internet?

    Throughout the 2010s, the One Direction fandom was inescapable online. On today’s show, Atlantic writer Kaitlyn Tiffany is here to discuss her new book all about that subject, Everything I Need I Get From You: How Fangirls Created the Internet as We Know It. Rachelle and Madison talk to Kaitlyn about why she chose One Direction, how fan theories get out of hand, and why neither she nor Rachelle would ever want to meet Harry Styles.
    Podcast production by Daniel Schroeder, Rachelle Hampton, and Madison Malone Kircher.
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    • 32分

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