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It was great in earlier episodes; used to be one of my favorite pods. I loved that there was no ads, and I remember hearing the host mention how you would never hear ads because “the truth is to be told, not to be sold”; I thought, okay.. we’ll see. Sure enough, didn’t take long for these guys to sell out. Now, you start the show with a few ads, then, when they finally get talking it’s interrupted by another ad, and then another every few minutes. It’s become unbearable, time to unsubscribe😕
First off, nasal dude needs to stop snorting coke during the show, his snorts are distracting. Secondly, your TikTok journalism is a joke. nWo…4-Life. Jesus H. Michael Jordan wasn’t from South Carolina, it was North Carolina!! Also, are you two dimwits calling MJ the devil because he plays for the bulls, he’s referred to as the goat and he’s #23? Lol I’ve heard it all now, stick to tin foil material, boys, you’re clueless.
Good podcast, y’all gotta fix your audio though very inconsistent volumes and guests are always wayyyy to quiet
Thank y’all so much for what y’all do. more
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Cult of Conspiracy launched 2 years ago and published 162 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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