Ep 195 | WTF: Pole Dancing Promoted for Children | Guests: Adam Crigler & Sean Fitzgerald

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Never thought we’d be seeing 7-year-olds on a stripper pole, but here we are. Adam Crigler and Sean Fitzgerald join the show to cringe at pole dancing being promoted for kids, laugh at Old Navy’s latest ad celebrating obesity, and rant about how literally nothing makes any sense anymore! ________________________________________________________________


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