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I have been a huge fan of Adam after Adam Ruins Everything. Adam loves people and our country and he wants America to be the country that we know we can be ❤️
Some of these options are very difficult for larger bodied people. Inclusiveness needs to a part of this discussion.
I stumbled on your podcast and I love it. I love your show too. Big fan and I hope this pod continues.
Exactly! This absurd racism in the USA is crazy. The so called "real Americans" should be designated as Euro-Americans. 😁 Great work Adam!
This guy used to have some principles. He spoke to experts not politicians.
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Factually! launched 3 years ago and published 179 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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