PJ VOGT: Well if you’re wrong it doesn’t mean you’re insane. TAYLOR: Thank you. Um, I'll, I’ll email you guys later. Discover Reply All #156 The Cure for Everything #156 The Cure for Everything. ISAAC: Yeah, which is—um, there's two schools of thought. We’re not gonna let you down. Could it be something rare, like saffron? What a journey. Like who's in there? Maybe it’s sardines. PJ VOGT: And then they didn't let you in? We've updated our Terms of Service. Funny. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. TEDDY: So I've been locked out of my Facebook for like five years now. Like you just download all the data you voluntarily uploaded to Facebook. (sighs) Wow. I have been waiting for the “punch line” and this is it—how we actually reap what we sow in our physical lives. Oh, have you never played Diner Dash? TAYLOR: But I noticed like, I can't remember when it started but I remember seeing ads where you had to select items to complete actions. I'm standing next to a parking lot, actually. ALEX GOLDMAN: And did your hair grow back? Recommended tracks #215 - Alfonso Cuarón by Film at Lincoln Center Podcast published on 2019-02-20T14:48:14Z 171 - Partisan Brains by You Are Not So Smart published on 2020-01-13T05:59:09Z The New Authoritarianism: COVID-19 and the challenges facing democracy [Audio] by LSE Podcasts published â¦ PJ VOGT: (laughing) I thought you'd be more jazzed about that. And Facebook is also going to be able to take policy questions to the Board. I have the fourth all-time most posts on geekhack.org, which is the largest mechanical keyboard forum that's not Reddit. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Yeah, basically. No signup or install needed. ALEX GOLDMAN: I found a reporter named Jess Joho who is a staff writer at Mashable. PJ VOGT: Has that been a problem you've had? TEDDY: Oh cool, I will definitely try that. Alex Goldman â¦ And they have laser swords— (laughing). Equally as improbable as every improbable guess that we had. No signup or install needed. I think, yeah maybe—maybe yeah, I can talk to Alex in private. More Episodes #137 Fool's Trade. Taking a Deeper Look at the "Negative Person" ... All this to say that the “negative” person may be a suffering person, and could use reach-out rather than stay-away. TAYLOR: So I'm re-addicted. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. 1:03:45. #156 The Cure for Everything PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. #170 A Song of Impotent Rage. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. ALEX GOLDMAN: Thank you for revealing the goo. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. I've been playing it for over a year. ALEX GOLDMAN: And when I told Jess about the fake ads that you got and that I got, she was like “Oh, yeah. Created Feb 2, 2013. Wisdom and Folly … 18 Through laziness the roof caves in, and in the hands of the idle, the house leaks. PJ VOGT: Oh. But the thing I'm concerned about is that if it comes out, then only like wealthier people will afford it. So I need to remember, I need to remind myself very often that like, talking about torture is not a good first date topic, for example. Like “505 hearing”, which is a rule about the military commission. I’ll pick it up…. PJ VOGT: Do you have before and after pictures? Do you care? Reply All. Listen to this episode from Reply All on Spotify. ALEX GOLDMAN: You eat other people's hair and then suddenly it just sprouts on your head? I just got a text from my friend who said the hotline’s open, just call. PJ VOGT: I think Mom and Dad are both cool with this. Reply All: #156 The Cure for Everything January 30, 2020 5:16 AM - Subscribe. And the problem with doing that, even though it was like, mathematically true, is that it was destroying life for the people who actually depended on the local road. Would you rather it not come out, you know? ALEX GOLDMAN: I feel like he probably knows that your mechanical keyboard is pretty subpar relative to the ones that he's into. I live outside of Santa Cruz. And my other guess is that it is, uh how do I say this—some kind of sexual fluid produced by an animal. Low self-esteem and self-slander are the major driving forces of all forms of depression. CASEY: Most of these companies really do not intervene in cases like this until it becomes a PR story. There’s not too many people online to ask, sorry." Technology #156 The Cure for Everything . ALEX GOLDMAN: I don’t know that you are, but can you send—. This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. And you have to select what is the best thing to use for—. My number 1 go to for any and all info – especially now … This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. In the midst of a historic election, Alex, PJ and Emmanuel talk to our listeners. Reply All 187 Episodes Follow Share. ALEX GOLDMAN: Alright, we’ve gotta go, cause I don’t know what we can do to help you here. TEDDY: I mean like, no, it’s just because of “Hawnugh” but that’s why I couldn’t introduce myself that way. ANONYMOUS: Oh yeah, in your lives you're about to hear it right now. PJ VOGT: So I curbed it, and then this guy had emailed me and was like, “Hey, I'm really interested like can you send me your phone number to discuss?” And I'm like, “Listen man, I”—he still wanted to pay for it. Download Right click and do "save link as" PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Members. PJ VOGT: What happens when you try to log in? I work at a big tech company. TAYLOR: Honestly, if it was a video game I would play it. Cigarette smoking is the number one cause of preventable deaths in the United States. And like because I'm not like super techy, I was like, “Uh, ok sure.” Um, so I sent her my phone, and she was like, “Oh, what's your number real quick?” And I send her my frickin' phone number. And on top of that, I kept playing well past the point at which I should have stopped. PJ VOGT: Homescapes—are a little bit confusing to give somebody a teaser for. ISAAC: So Dr. Mitchell has been very intricate in his wording. I’m glad I’m not alone! I tried to get really like indignant and called them transphobic. Thanks Alex. CASEY: No, no one has been working through a queue for five years; there’s no way that is true. And so I was like, “Ok weird,” but I didn't really like think much of it. So I'm like, I'm like putting my coat down and using my coat as a barrier. I’ve just been, I haven't been Hannah, which is my legal name, for a long time, and I think at that point in time on Facebook, it was like my DJ name, which was Hawtnugz. I don't exactly know too, right like I'm, I, again this is out of my—. But—so there are different types of balding, like—ah, gosh—, ANONYMOUS: I don’t know, because… I think part of it is just that uh… well first of all I could be insane, right? PJ VOGT: And I was like, “Ok, so what is going on here? I’m so grateful for all of the work you do to help wake all of us up! Description. Anyway, there was one other thing I was curious about… one of the things you mentioned was that the reason, a reason you want to get back into your account, was like stuff involving a friend of yours that died? PJ VOGT: So wait, your name wasn't Teddy? There are flags of all 50 states and all five branches of the Armed Forces because this is a base I'm on. ANONYMOUS: There's—I swear, there's no con. ALEX GOLDMAN: I’m gonna eat some coffee grounds today, see if that’s it. You’re making me crazy over here. So, one quick note, while we were fact checking this episode, we found out that, actually it turns out while Isaac thought he was calling us from a SCIF, it was not a SCIF. ISAAC: Yes, I'm deeply into mechanical keyboards. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Thanks PJ. Stream the Reply All episode, #156 The Cure for Everything, free & on demand on iHeartRadio. Stream #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All from desktop or your mobile device I feel conned. But, my experience basically tracks with Casey’s on this. I’m playing like a mobile game. TAYLOR: So it, it'll be a scenario like, oh the bathtub is flooding in the bathroom. ALEX GOLDMAN: I'll be in touch with you, and we'll figure something out, ok? It also could be totally wrong. PJ VOGT: And the CIA was like no, you have to keep going. I need—. It'll be like a fire extinguisher and a wrench and a bucket. PJ VOGT: And was he the one—I saw a headline this morning where somebody had said like, they were administering waterboarding and that they had wanted to stop. This has been a real odyssey. ISAAC: He was the one doing the waterboarding. PJ VOGT: You're gonna have to give us the [indistinct]. www.helpwiththecure.com "'A podcast about the internet' that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it." It like, it makes you feel—ahh. ISAAC: Thank you, gentlemen. This week — a new technology falls into the wrong hands. PJ VOGT: Is “hawt”—is “nugs” like weed nugs? Almost voted this 4 stars just because of the frustration that some parts caused, but still not a bad âï¸âï¸âï¸âï¸âï¸ Ryan Stock's Review of #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Monday, 3rd Feb 2020 06:31 And I bet you that on his nights and weekends he made that game, and he’s not allowed to release it. ANONYMOUS: Yeah, so you know it probably can be increased in supply—. I am curious, would it be ok for me to invite PJ into the room? Let us know if this works; let us know if you hear from them. PJ VOGT: So why don't you give him some of your stuff? And then I was like, this person was trying to scam me, but I don't know how. I don't normally like call-in shows, since I'm more of a deep-dive person, but Alex and PJ embrace the chaos with such a sense of exuberant openness that even the grumpiest among us will find ourselve âï¸âï¸âï¸âï¸ Sarah Breau's Review of #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Saturday, 14th Mar 2020 18:16 ALEX GOLDMAN: (Laughs) Alright, well, listen. It’s also like, not a huge deal. Read An Excerpt. So what's your question? ... #156 The Cure for Everything . ... Um from time to time, there’s a thing we do on the show where we open up the Reply All hotline. PJ VOGT: My big guesses are that it is—well, Jessica Yung, our producer, she was like: stem cells. And then you know, share it with your friends. 59:49. Reviews. This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. Like that would cost, that would actually cost money to make a whole new game with a whole new game system and a whole new game loop that, you know, works. #170 A Song of Impotent Rage. PJ VOGT: Reply All is hosted by me PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman. PJ VOGT: Ok, so you're, you guys will have two weeks together, food boss and food baby. Have a good one. There's no hair of— (laughing). PJ VOGT: I bet you that the guy who they made do that—he’s like the equivalent of the dude who wanted to make a great art film, and he has to make crap. If we have that kind of clout. Oh dear. I just told you the secret of the mystery goo and you're going to tell me that? But then they're not going to have any say, and initially if your content was removed and you believe that it was done in error then you can appeal to this board, and if they choose to hear your case from what will presumably be thousands, that court will issue a binding ruling, and then Facebook will either have to continue to leave it down or put it back up. Extremely weird. PJ VOGT: Yes. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Cause it’s connected to your Facebook. But inside there are no windows and it's sort of like a big—it looks a lot like a high school theater. ANONYMOUS: Dude! PJ VOGT: Hey, so where are we at right now? Why do you think this mystery substance cures baldness? A baseball bat or water?". Our show is downloaded around 5 million times per month. You can listen to the show on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Wow. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. Description. Otherwise you’re just telling him that mystery goo exists—, ALEX GOLDMAN: Yeah you’re telling me—[indistinct], PJ VOGT: Everytime he goes to the supermarket, he’s going to be walking down the aisle, holding up like creamed corn being like, “Maybe this is it.”. PJ VOGT: After the break, we take some more calls from listeners. ANONYMOUS: Of like a [beep]. Because if it comes out, then uh, you know, it's almost like a philosophical question, like what do you do? Reply All . It's like—, ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] So they're on Hoth—, PJ VOGT: But there's these Jedi, right? Our executive producer is Tim Howard. This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the worlâ¦ 17.7k members in the gimlet community. Um and it was like, uhh, "Do you mind if I like send you a quick text and you screenshot the conversation so I can have the number from it?". Restoring Yourself: the life-giving cure for creative pneumonia. ALEX GOLDMAN: How long would I need to do it for? So after that first call you asked me to draw up a legal document saying we wouldn't disclose the, whatever this secret thing is, and I sent it to you. And it’s not that it’s uh… it’s—. Um. Join 6,470 readers in helping fund MetaFilter. The cure for everything is partly related to the theory of everything. This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. 61 minutes | Jan 30th 2020 #156 The Cure for Everything Play Like Play Next Mark Played PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. TEDDY: So I like tried that angle, and every angle I've used hasn't worked. It ticks all the boxes! PJ VOGT: Got it. The act of drawing a breath allows you to think, move, eat, laugh, make love, curse, and everything else that makes up this thing called life. www.helpwiththecure.com. ISAAC: Uh, hi, I'm Isaac and I'm calling from probably the coolest place anyone's going to call from today. JEN: Like a lot. And the thing is, it’s not just related to hair, like it actually has a lot of ramifications for like, health and uh—. Add to My Queue Download MP3 Share episode. 61 minutes | Jan 30th 2020 #156 The Cure for Everything Play Like Play Next Mark Played PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Download Audio. What has he said about the torture program he ran? TEDDY: [Overlapping] Do you remember when Facebook—they changed their policy. Oh, the food is llama meat. So I told my friends who I was with, Kate, who’s here now, she like messaged our group chat on Facebook being like, “Hey, don’t reply to any messages that Jen sent, she’s being hacked right now.” And the person who was on my account saw that message and left the group immediately. ISAAC: But to me personally, as long as I'm mindful of that, like this specific issue isn't a problem. It would also explain why he randomly started eating something in "limited supply". Like it's not—. TEDDY: Mhm. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. What—what is going on? This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topp... â Lytt til #156 The Cure for Everything fra Reply All direkte på mobilen din, surfetavlen eller nettleseren - ingen nedlastinger nødvendig. The people who spend the most time, spend the most money on in-app purchases. That’s a thing that companies have been doing for a while.”. Thanks for listening. PJ VOGT: Yeah, you're being very coy about this. He does this newsletter called “The Interface”, and he writes for The Verge. PJ VOGT: Ok so, Facebook has this thing where they let you download your information. PJ VOGT: I’m still just very curious. ANONYMOUS: (Laughs) It’s uh… it’s also a very strange thing and it’s—, PJ VOGT: Sir, sir, you’ve got to [indistinct]—. ALEX GOLDMAN: Is it the hair of other men? PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ VOGT: [Overlapping] Identical or fraternal? I have never played Homescapes, so how is it different? ALEX GOLDMAN: I mean I am cool with this. www.helpwiththecure.com . It's like watching—it's like—it's like watching society happen over again faster, in a company. Sometimes it sorta goes past that. PJ VOGT: Anyway, send it to Alex. ALEX GOLDMAN: But I still don't know exactly what your question is? PJ VOGT: You sounded like you were making up your name a little bit. PJ VOGT: And so he was like, “Do you mind—can you just send me your phone number? Show Reply All, Ep #156 The Cure for Everything - Jan 30, 2020 PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. ANONYMOUS: Uhh sure. This time â a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. He really needs it. TEDDY: And you think photos would be included in information? TEDDY: It’s ok. Well, I mean, not ok, but not your fault. TAYLOR: I don't know if this is like a good question to ask but what is up with ads for mobile games? PJ VOGT: I'm sorry that we live in a country that is run by Mark Zuckerberg. #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Podchaser, aired Thursday, 30th January 2020. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ VOGT: Because every account they crack, they're probably getting like—I mean, I don't know how many Facebook friends you have. If you feel like an emotional—like if you feel emotionally like you can't handle the idea that only millionaires or billionaires are gonna be able to support—buy your baldness cure, give some to your brother, first of all, if he wants it. TAYLOR: Thank you guys so much. Agree. Neither me or Alex is doing well. PJ VOGT: Hawtnugz, we’ll see what we can do for ya. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. I like puzzles. I always [indistinct]—. ISAAC: That was what he testified to yesterday. Who are we speaking to? ALEX GOLDMAN: I don’t know why it’s going to my computer again. This is fascinating. SoundCloud #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All published on 2020-01-30T20:55:13Z. PJ VOGT: Just tell me the story of how you found this. The way you're talking, you know, it could be within this hour! 1:03:45. Because they’ll—they use a lot of strange terminology. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ VOGT: That's ok. That's ok. Have you ever read it? ANONYMOUS: Ok, let me, let me just tell you something. PJ VOGT: Yeah, I've got that flavor of depression. And there’ll be sort of, be like a... PJ VOGT: You'll live in this dystopia where all the poor people are bald and all the rich people have like, luscious, luscious locks of hair? 30:58 #115 The Bitcoin Hunter Sep 03, 2020. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. ALEX GOLDMAN: Not only that but the dystopia where like, rich people get amazing things that poor people don't get, also already exists. Close. ALEX GOLDMAN: I do feel like we're being conned somehow. PJ VOGT: [Overlapping] What your question is? JEN: Yeah, exactly. It was definitely a windup without a punchline if we don't get the answer. 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