Unpopular Opinion

Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 394 – Are Movie Theaters Back?

Adam and Jeff talk about what it was like going to the movies again and the potential for theaters to survive in the future.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 393 – Horror Movies and Covid-19

Adam talks to Ghoul School podcast host Andy Sell about the impact of Covid-19 on horror movies.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 392 – The Burbank Burger Wars

Adam and Jeff welcome guest Rivers Langley to discuss local news stories from around the country that deserve more attention.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 391 – Is Covid Ever Going Away?

Adam welcomes special guests Caitlin Cutt and Chet Wild to talk about when or if Covid-19 is ever going away.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 390 – Your Bitcoins and Marijuanas Are Wrecking the Environment

Adam and Jeff talk to Secretly Incredibly Fascinating podcast host Alex Schmidt about weird ways the environment is being destroyed.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 389 – Panopticon

Adam and Jeff welcome Atif Myers to talk about the pros and cons (mostly cons) of government surveillance.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 388 – Joining the Military Is Poison

Adam and Jeff talk about a military base that oozes poisonous black goo and the contaminated drinking water crisis happening at military bases all around the country.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 387 – Rush Limbaugh Ruined Everything

Adam welcomes Brett Rader and Randall Maynard for an episode that was supposed to be about local news stories but instead became an episode about Rush Limbaugh and chaos.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 386 – “What the Hell Happened In Texas?”

Adam and Jeff talk to Dallas resident Barb Palaez about the winter storms that pushed the Texas power grid nearly to the point of total collapse.

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Unpopular Opinion – Ep. 385 – The Snapping of the Rubber Band Man

Adam talks to Unpops Network hosts Sliceberg Slim and Kevin Anderson about Atlanta rapper T.I. and his long history of bizarre controversies.

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