ISAAC: I lost my uncle, he was a Port Authority lawyer. They're projecting the closed-circuit TV onto the back wall. ALEX GOLDMAN: Yeah. 49. It was an undisclosed military location. Alex Goldman tackles his newest job: prophet of doom. #169 The Confetti Cannon. www.helpwiththecure.com. PJ VOGT: The thing that is the—is this all a wind-up to a bit? PJ VOGT: But how do you know that it's stopping you from going bald versus you're just not going bald? www.helpwiththecure.com. You guys are awesome. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. I download Matchington Mansion and the game that I get is completely different than the one that was in the ad. PJ VOGT: Wait, what about the message was intrinsically weird? ISAAC: Yes, that is—that's mentioned in the SSCI Torture Report is that it's a very strange dichotomy. Equally as improbable as every improbable guess that we had. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. ISAAC: Whereas the maintenance visits wherein he would just go in there and talk to him and just like, hang out. (Even advertising his hair loss cure email address? ANONYMOUS: No, no. Like that whole thing happened. What—what is going on? PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Have a great day. You know what I mean? JEN: And then, so she sent me the text, and then I screenshotted the code and sent it back to her, and then they stopped replying. ISAAC: No, sort of. So I talked to this journalist named Casey Newton. ALEX GOLDMAN: “Listen, you deserve some money.”. ISAAC: Ok so, I had no idea what the hotline was open for. And when I get close to home, I'm like ten minutes away from home, they always tell me the wrong way. In The Cure for Everything, health-policy expert and fitness enthusiast Timothy Caulfield debunks the mythologies of the one-step health crazes, reveals the truths behind misleading data, and discredits the charlatans in a quest to sort out real, reliable health advice. I'm just gonna put it out with like a “Free” sign because people in my neighborhood take stuff all the time. ANONYMOUS: Um, I'm actually a software engineer. Promote #156 The Cure for Everything. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the worl… PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. ANONYMOUS: It’s kind of like, very strange. JEN: Like a lot. Here's this thing that's been puzzling me for years, which is that I have to drive in traffic in order to get home to Somerville. This baldness question is infuriating and I'm about to unsubscibe because the Reply All team thought this was something listeners needed to hear. 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. ALEX GOLDMAN: No. ANONYMOUS: (Laughs) Uhhhhh. I have never played Homescapes, so how is it different? Would you rather it not come out, you know? I thought that was pretty smart. ALEX GOLDMAN: When did you submit those documents? ANONYMOUS: Um I just made it… let me make sure I can… ok so um yeah, they can email helpwiththecure@gmail.com. Eating placentas is already a thing, so he probably tried it when he got the chance. ALEX GOLDMAN: Do you ever feel like being so encyclopedic on this stuff, do you ever feel like it makes it harder for you to move on with your life? Uh the thing is like it's actually quite tasty. 1:03:45. PJ VOGT: (laughing) Excuse you. It's outside my house, you can go get it.”, PJ VOGT: And he was like, “Well I'd really like to call to discuss this.” Uhhhh—. It is our intern Rachel Cohn’s last episode with the show. You're not going to do it. ALEX GOLDMAN: Wait, no. It seems like it'd be really gross. I work in the burbs and it's a long commute and so I always have some kind of route finding app open, usually Google or Waze. So I'm like, I'm like putting my coat down and using my coat as a barrier. So the mysterious “x” serum that might cure baldness, there’s a limited supply of it on earth? Interesting. CASEY: I don't know if you’ve read much about the Facebook Oversight Board? And the thing is, it’s not just related to hair, like it actually has a lot of ramifications for like, health and uh—. There is some science behind it, like some biochemistry that I'm kind of—it's uh—. 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. 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. Thanks PJ. More episodes from Reply All. ISAAC: Yeah, this is just a pre-trial hearing. 59:49. (laughing), PJ VOGT: Ok, have you seen Empire Strikes Back? (ANONYMOUS sighs) Tell us something! So it'd be like, the kitchen's on fire, and the sink is leaking—. What a surprisingly spot-on answer. ANONYMOUS: Uhh, I do. ISAAC: There are not snacks, there are no windows—well, I'm outside right now. Could it be something rare, like saffron? Exactly. We've updated our Terms of Service. I do not think that these people should have been tortured. ANONYMOUS: Uhh sure. ALEX GOLDMAN: You eat other people's hair and then suddenly it just sprouts on your head? This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. My name's Teddy. Yeah. Matt Lieber is looking over your son’s baby pictures on his fifth birthday. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. #170 A Song of Impotent Rage. What is it? 2020-01-30. I'm like, I will entertain no lower offers, and then people lowball me, and I get mad, and I give it away for free out of anger. PJ VOGT: How and how did you decide to do that? Download Embed. ANONYMOUS: You get the secret of the mystery goo. Even then I could see some people hating it. And my other guess is that it is, uh how do I say this—some kind of sexual fluid produced by an animal. My guess is that the person who's working through your account—. PJ VOGT: So why don't you give him some of your stuff? TEDDY: [Overlapping] Do you remember when Facebook—they changed their policy. ALEX GOLDMAN: Facebook: if you’re listening, get in touch so we can unlock Teddy’s account. Are there snacks? These negative internal voices shape your self-image and the way you see yourself and others. They’re basically using it as targeted advertising for a specific type of player who they've identified as their power players. PJ VOGT: And so like with your friends, they'll be like, "I can't listen to you talk about one more torture technique for like two more hours." PJ VOGT: And the messed up thing is like they’re actually, they are making the right and logical choice because they are appealing to somebody who theoretically Facebook would care about in a way that they don’t generally care about people. Special thanks this week to Brett Chamberlain and to everyone who called into the show. Wow. I didn't realize that. Listen to #156 The Cure For Everything and 186 more episodes by Reply All, free! ALEX GOLDMAN: Are you in the intelligence community, or are you just using intelligence community speak? Also, I knew long ago that Waze re-routing would lose its advantages by blowing up the spot. And Facebook is also going to be able to take policy questions to the Board. Fact checking by Michelle Harris. ALEX GOLDMAN: I’m gonna eat some coffee grounds today, see if that’s it. Here's—let me tell you what I know: I know that some sort of contract, secrecy contract has been drawn up. TEDDY: And you think photos would be included in information? 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. That's a crazy thing. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the worl… PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. I do consider myself a smart person, I went to a good college—. JEN: Yeah, exactly. ANONYMOUS: Oh, it's just like, the question is like how would you deal with that, the like, sort of this—. I live outside of Santa Cruz. 17.7k members in the gimlet community. JEN: Hello. PJ VOGT: Is it–and it's always the same kind of wrong? ISAAC: That was what he testified to yesterday. 1/30/2020. It's just—yeah, sorry. 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.”. TEDDY: No, I wasn't. Because, they just like—I can translate everything, basically. Listen to this episode from Reply All on Spotify. It would also explain why he randomly started eating something in "limited supply". ISAAC: But I'm also—ok I, let me go back, let me go back. PJ VOGT: That's my guess. Stream #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All from desktop or your mobile device. Placenta wouldn't limit its access to rich people. ALEX GOLDMAN: That's how I got to download—that’s what fooled me into downloading Matchington Mansion. PJ VOGT: Ok, so you're, you guys will have two weeks together, food boss and food baby. You play basically like a Candy Crush style game, then you get to furnish your house, right? And then at some point one of my good friends died, and I really wanted to get on there. Description. It's like—, ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] So they're on Hoth—, PJ VOGT: But there's these Jedi, right? ANONYMOUS: No no no. PJ VOGT: Cool ok um…. Members. www.helpwiththecure.com Listen to Reply All. For this in particular, it is very disturbing, but I'm kind of desensitized to it. Gimlet. PJ VOGT: So he would, he would show up one time and waterboard or torture him and then the next time he would just...hang out? PJ VOGT: Hawtnugz, we’ll see what we can do for ya. Stream #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All from desktop or your mobile device This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. PJ VOGT: That's so crazy. But we all have the power to make a difference by speaking out for policies that help build healthier communities and healthier lives. (laughing), PJ VOGT: That's an awesome name. I really hope it’s not placenta. I've been playing it for over a year. And like when I had people were always like “Whoa, that’s such a weird name!” and I’m just like, “Yeah, my parents are stoners. I think it's some kind of animal blood or black pudding. Learn More, This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Reply-All is phishing. #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All published on 2020-01-30T20:55:13Z. Or something wasteful, like pigs ears? This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. Reply to me … Finding the cure for all diseases comes with a heavy price. It may be unverified, incorrect or not listed at all on the voice search platforms such as Alexa, Siri, Bixby and Google Home. Thanks for listening. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Or is it just some random thing? JEN: Yeah, exactly. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. And all this secrecy for fear of the unfairness that would be caused by loads of rich men having monopoly on these “exotic” elixirs of fertile women to solve their anxieties about losing their hair is just a level of problematic nonsense that I can’t even. TEDDY: That wasn't my name, that was just my nickname, and that's just what my Facebook name was. PJ VOGT: Ok so, Facebook has this thing where they let you download your information. ISAAC: Um, I did—I had a first date a couple of months ago where I did talk about torture and how much I hate John Yoo. 698. No signup or install needed. The cure for everything is partly related to the theory of everything. I—it’s not—I'm concerned because if it comes out then it almost by nature has to be limited. ISAAC: No. Doing alright. ISAAC: Yeah, they can't—and I don't blame them at all, like this is why I have a therapist, it's just like, I don't blame them for not wanting to listen to me talk about how upset I am by torture while I intricately explain like the correct angle on how to waterboard a person. PJ VOGT: Like I don't know if you get to call that a puzzle. You made all the difference in the world to help him understand what is and has been going on. More from Reply All. Thanks so much for calling. I thought you were calling that kind of depression llama meat. Just last week, I found that Diner Dash released a game like this where you fix up the town by completing Diner Dash levels. ANONYMOUS: Like, uh, hair loss. And so I was like, “Ok weird,” but I didn't really like think much of it. I’m playing like a mobile game. TEDDY: So I promise you my name is Teddy, although that's not my legal name. PJ VOGT: What’s the mood? PJ VOGT: Wait, what do you mean it’s kind of freaky? And it's possible you're just going through a depressed, anxious moment, you started eating an unusual food and it had a placebo effect, which was real. ALEX GOLDMAN: Gotta say, I’m not like a Coca-Cola man. PJ VOGT: But why did this work on you guys? And so the whole scam, according to this, was just to get my phone number. PJ VOGT: Because it just seems weird that you would—that somebody would torture you and then—-. ANONYMOUS: There's—I swear, there's no con. I have the same little cocktail. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Cause it’s connected to your Facebook. ANONYMOUS: Fraternal. PJ VOGT: And he's the guy who they were using as part of their justification to waterboard in the first place? PJ VOGT: From Gimlet, this is Reply All. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Um and also it's kind of an ordeal, you have to go to the [beep], you know, like—, PJ VOGT: But this is like finding out George Foreman doesn't use a George Foreman grill, like—, ANONYMOUS: But that's why, ok, so that's why I desperately called you guys because I was like, I need help. ISAAC: So he was going back into the tower to make sure that all of his employees and all the people he worked with got out. And it’s not that it’s uh… it’s—. PJ VOGT: That's ok. That's ok. JESS JOHO: Yeah, so that is absolutely not a new strategy. There's no hair of— (laughing). PJ VOGT: I think Mom and Dad are both cool with this. Share. Um. Or even just like working phone numbers. Description PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ VOGT: Yeah, so maybe you can get some help that way. JEN: Yes. #156 The Cure for Everything . It was Hawtnugz? ISAAC: Yeah, I'm allowed to say this to you. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. PJ VOGT: It's pretty cool. ANONYMOUS: Oh so, so the thing is, it goes beyond hair, like I think, hair is just sort of like a marker for health. I could be totally wrong, like—. I wonder if your local road is one of those roads. Because if it comes out, then uh, you know, it's almost like a philosophical question, like what do you do? And we’re gonna play them for you. PJ VOGT: Like you were starting to lose your hair, and then it stopped you from losing your hair? So they're just like, getting access to as many like, phone numbers and emails as possible to add it all to one list to spam you? TAYLOR: Honestly, if it was a video game I would play it. ISAAC: He was the one doing the waterboarding. But, my experience basically tracks with Casey’s on this. ANONYMOUS: The thing is, ideally like I would also be able to partake, that's the thing. TEDDY: Mhm. PJ VOGT: Yeah, you're being very coy about this. He’s going through a thing. This has been a real odyssey. Like I’ll drink RC cola, but I didn’t realize I was playing the off-brand of fix ‘em up games! And I know people would disagree with that, like oh male-patterned baldness is normal—. PJ VOGT: Is “hawt”—is “nugs” like weed nugs? PJ VOGT: Yes. PJ VOGT & ALEX GOLDMAN: Thanks man. ALEX GOLDMAN: You have to tell us something! I feel conned. PJ VOGT: And he says like the worst example of this he’d seen which he’s like, “I cover Facebook all the time, I don’t tend to get mad, this was the one that actually made me feel crazy”—, CASEY: Um, a couple years ago, either Zuckerberg himself or you know his corporate risk people said, “You know, you’ve sent a lot of messages on Facebook Messenger, and we think there’s this risk associated with having these messages out in the world and so what we’re going to do is we’re going to unilaterally delete every message you’ve ever sent that is older than, I don’t know, six months or something like that.” And so instantly, people around the world who had messaged with Mark Zuckerberg went to go open up their Zuckerberg chat window and what they saw was a one-sided conversation. PJ VOGT: What happens when you try to log in? (Laughs). TAYLOR: Thank you guys so much. PJ VOGT: You sounded like you were making up your name a little bit. PJ VOGT: Also, fix your system so that it doesn't depend on Alex Goldman being considered famous. PJ VOGT: I just looked you up—you have a full head of hair! This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. PJ VOGT: Alex, are you going to do this? PJ VOGT: Yeah, I've got that flavor of depression. 0:00. PJ VOGT: I'm sorry that we live in a country that is run by Mark Zuckerberg. I’m glad I’m not alone! Share. ALEX GOLDMAN: [Overlapping] Salamanders are in pretty plentiful supply. And I'm obsessed. Who are we speaking to? Reply All. No signup or install needed. Reply All #156 The Cure for Everything 30 januari 2020. My number 1 go to for any and all info – especially now … TAYLOR: Because I like puzzles. You are my hero! Listen Now Share. ALEX GOLDMAN: Yeah. My gut feeling on this episode is that they fell for a scam and I am somewhat surprised that a show with so much focus on phishing let themselves be taken advantage of in this way. www.helpwiththecure.com www.helpwiththecure.com ‎Show Reply All, Ep #156 The Cure for Everything - 30 Jan 2020 SoundCloud #156 The Cure for Everything by Reply All published on 2020-01-30T20:55:13Z. More Episodes #137 Fool's Trade. No signup or install needed. PJ VOGT: And then they didn't let you in? Ok one more thing? This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. And the thing is like, I can—you know, obviously genetics are different between fraternal twins, but my brother has progressed way more, and I've sort of like—. The Cure for Everything. PJ VOGT: So he basically, what he said which was really interesting was that, like a way to think about Facebook, is they’re sort of, they’re like a tech company that has accidentally stumbled into being a government. I can understand letting the call stay in the episode, but then to go the extra step to have the website and the email address? And the general consensus is that the elevator was going up, not down. ALEX GOLDMAN: Yes, stop beating around the bush. And on top of that, I kept playing well past the point at which I should have stopped. Reviews. Reply All. Reply All #156 The Cure for Everything Jan. 30, 2020. PJ VOGT: Ok, alright. Created Feb 2, 2013. I mean, the thing is, I think there might be ways to sort of increase the supply a little bit. You have to, I'm going to tell you exactly what you're going to eat those two weeks. #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Podchaser, aired Thursday, 30th January 2020. And then I was like, this person was trying to scam me, but I don't know how. More Episodes See all » #170 A Song of Impotent Rage. JEN: Oh. It just means you’re over-extrapolating a coincidence. Is it hushed like a movie theater? I need—. Exactly. Close. Or if it's a con, then I'm conning myself too. ALEX GOLDMAN: Yeah. Reply All is hosted by PJ Vogt and me, Alex Goldman. ANONYMOUS: (laughing) Ok, uh, I’ll get in touch with you guys through email. ALEX GOLDMAN: I mean I am cool with this. FanFare is a pop culture discussion site for TV, movies, podcasts, and books. ANONYMOUS: How's it going? Share. PJ VOGT: Including hair. Like they had thought it wasn't—-. Like, I don’t know what to tell you.”, PJ VOGT: Wait so everyone in Santa Cruz is just prepared to like believe in a world where they were like, “And we will name our child Hawtnugz.”, ALEX GOLDMAN: You ever been to Santa Cruz? PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. That takes years and years and years of development. ANONYMOUS: Huh? Like what—are there windows? ALEX GOLDMAN: More than anything, more than even what it is, I am dying to know just like—, ALEX GOLDMAN: No no, how did you discover this finite resource and be like “You know what? And a bunch of items will come up at the bottom. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. This isn't weird! Reply All . And the room you're in, what does a SCIF look like? www.helpwiththecure.com . ANONYMOUS: Here's the thing, it's not straight up just like two weeks, "Oh I'm just going to have this mystery goo and everything's going to be fantastic." PJ VOGT: What-what—do you guys all have one problem or three different problems? ANONYMOUS: Thank you guys. PJ VOGT: Just tell me the story of how you found this. Like there are celebrities who were going bald and then suddenly they're not going bald. It's a—well, it's not a plant. TAYLOR: And why are they allowed to keep on happening? And so they just throw in whatever they know will appeal to that specific type of player. Add to My Queue Download MP3 Share episode. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. Stream the Reply All episode, #156 The Cure for Everything, free & on demand on iHeartRadio. PJ VOGT: Um from time to time, there’s a thing we do on the show where we open up the Reply All hotline. Yeah, have a good one. It also could be totally wrong. TAYLOR: So it, it'll be a scenario like, oh the bathtub is flooding in the bathroom. We got some great calls. Wow. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. TAYLOR: So Homescapes is the sequel to Gardenscapes. What is it? #156 The Cure for Everything from Reply All on Podchaser, aired Thursday, 30th January 2020. And finally I was like—. What a journey. And they have laser swords— (laughing). That’s not the same as being insane. Have a good one, bye. That’s a thing that companies have been doing for a while.”. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topp... – Lytt til #156 The Cure for Everything fra Reply All direkte på mobilen din, surfetavlen eller nettleseren - ingen nedlastinger nødvendig. ISAAC: Listen, listen, you said it, not me. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. Did they need to fill time or something? ISAAC: Who—he was one of the torture doctors. 19 A feast is prepared for laughter, and wine makes life merry, but money is the answer for everything. I just had a lot of photos of him on there that don't exist anywhere else. PJ VOGT: I’m with you. DAVID: Yeah. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. The Creativity Cure. And he just covers the hell out of Facebook. ALEX GOLDMAN: This seems like trying to get to the gubernatorial pardon; it seems just about as likely as that. ALEX GOLDMAN: Homescapes is just like Matchington Mansion which is the game that I play. Any MetaFilter member can post a thread about a piece of media for other members to discuss. Like it's not—. It's got like a weird split in the middle. Are people watching this like talking to each other? He's not here now. PJ VOGT: Well if you’re wrong it doesn’t mean you’re insane. ANONYMOUS: Wow. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. And then I was like, “Well, I didn't have to solve the problem, but I just decorate the foyer, maybe I’ll have to go to the bathroom, fix that one up, and maybe there’ll be a leaky sink”—. Which is like, I set what I think is like super low price. PJ VOGT: Where else have you had to learn not to talk about it? Newly recorded COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States, which rose dramatically this fall, now seem to be declining. ALEX GOLDMAN: Exactly! Can I call you?” And I was like, “No.” And I ended it. (laughing). Well, yeah, we do have—we all have one kind of shared dilemma. Basically like, “Should we allow this particular thing or not?”. This feels like a con. Do you have an email address that you wanna share with people? It's like watching—it's like—it's like watching society happen over again faster, in a company. PJ VOGT: But—and maybe I'm not picturing this right, but it sounds like the puzzle is like, "What should you use to put out a fire? So he said that there were many meetings he had with K.S.M., Khalid Sheikh Mohammed that were not interrogations. The Cure for Everything book. ALEX GOLDMAN: Thank you for trusting us. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. (Sighs) It's, it’s really... so weird. Bloody Mary, man. 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. (laughing) I've just been trying to get through since 11, so I just really wasn't expecting that. ISAAC: No it’s uh, it's uh, intelligence community speak for a secret location. This is a very strange phone call. PJ VOGT: Hair loss, like short term hair loss can be a function of anxiety. I have the fourth all-time most posts on geekhack.org, which is the largest mechanical keyboard forum that's not Reddit. Interrogations specifically meaning questioning sessions where they could have waterboarded him but did or did not. 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. ISAAC: Yeah, or he would ask him like how he's feeling. Read An Excerpt. Um, I'll, I’ll email you guys later. PJ VOGT: You know the other possibility for what's going on with you though? You’re making me crazy over here. ANONYMOUS: Um, it’s… I…I love you guys, but I can’t do it. ALEX GOLDMAN: I'm on like level 2500. 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. If that is what it is, I’m glad it was bleeped out but I’m annoyed that this was indulged in to begin with. ALEX GOLDMAN: Um, it’s not—it’s like a thing I’ve kind of made peace with, but if someone was like “All your hair will come back, and it won’t look weird like hair plugs,” I’d be like, “Yeah, ok.”, PJ VOGT: So if this podcast has brought you enjoyment in your life, for free, I feel like the least you can do is—, ALEX GOLDMAN: Give me my damn hair back! Because this sounds like a lot like Empire Strikes Back. PJ VOGT: And how gross is it to eat? I—this is—I'm not allowed to tell you where I am, but I'm allowed to tell you I'm at a SCIF. TEDDY: Ok. Reply All. JEN: Right? I just got a text from my friend who said the hotline’s open, just call. 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: Thank you, gentlemen. Low self-esteem and self-slander are the major driving forces of all forms of depression. In the episode, I mentioned I may have come across the potential cure for certain afflictions (hair loss and depression, primarily). PJ VOGT: (laughing) I thought you'd be more jazzed about that. ALEX GOLDMAN: And did your hair grow back? He was in a service elevator in the North Tower with a bunch of firefighters. Hundreds of reply-all responses followed the original alert, many of them instructing others not to reply all, then answers from an occasional troll would trigger a further deluge. ALEX GOLDMAN: I didn’t want to make any decisions in a room by myself. PJ VOGT: I think I just got a mechanical keyboard. (sighs) Wow. PJ VOGT: Anyway, send it to Alex. PJ VOGT: So I'm looking at it. We’re produced by Sruthi Pinnamaneni, Phia Bennin, Damiano Marchetti, Anna Foley, Jessica Yung and Emmanuel Dzotsi. He gets it! ALEX GOLDMAN: I do feel like we're being conned somehow. In the case of Hulda Clark, all disease was allegedly caused by the liver fluke, and so treating that nasty scourge on humanity could therefore cure all disease. ANONYMOUS: Ok, so, this is really weird. PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. (Laughs) No no no, but I did take some science classes in college and stuff. Little bit grown or made comes with a bunch of things bathtub is flooding the! Rubbing his hands together ready for his new addiction suddenly it just means you ’ d feel it about... 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