The Hegelian Friendship Simulator is a podcast about truths - some objective, some subjective, all 100% buckwild. Each episode, hosts Mik and Verge scour two new Wikipedia articles and the respective WikiHoles they lead down in a valiant but futile attempt to (*reverb*) UNDERSTAND THE UNIVERSE.
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HFS 5: A Pickle For the Knowing Ones
Mik and Verge go all in on the lovable, uniquely American weirdo Timothy Dexter and his business and literary endeavors - ultimately reaching a discussion of the nature of criticism. After, they contemplate the Darien Gap, a 66 mile stretch of undeveloped territory in southern Panama that the Scots hilariously tried to colonize. These two subjects (like all things) are somehow interrelated...
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HFS4: Jim Traficant - Femdom Icon
Mik and Verge discuss the whacky shenanigans that befall some congressmen (boys will be boys after all!). After they discuss a leader actually worth celebrating - Queen Patricia - whose life has seen prosperous reigns over two very different but intrinsically connected micronations.
HFS 3: Mourir sur les Toilettes à Paris
Verge and Mik avoid discussing the impending doom of the election and in turn flex their Wiki-knowledge on two completely unrelated and equally tragic medical phenomena. Their WikiHoles cover "Paris Syndome" and "List of People Who Have Died on the Toilet".
HFS 2: Many Men Many Miracles
Verge and Mik contemplate asparagus pee. Then they discuss their WikiHoles: the eternally cursed Men Going Their Own Way movement (MGTOW) and the peculiarly named Miracle of 1511.
HFS 1: Chicken Jumping and Frenchmen Empathizing
Verge and Mik talk a little bit about their plans with the podcast in oft-convoluted but generally interesting ways.
Their WikiHoles start with "Empathy in Chickens" and "The Jumping Frenchmen of Maine".
Welcome to the Hegelian Friendship Simulator
Verge and Mik jump into their Friendship Simulator and shoot the shit with a verbose guest.
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Entertaining and Educational
Surprisingly high production quality given the goofballs behind this.