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Last Men On Earth

Lex Jurgen & Matt Ralston are the last bastion of true masculinity in a world full of halfwit yes-men cowering before Lena Dunham. Holed up in a storage closet, they broadcast their weekly manifesto to any remaining members of the male species who dare listen.
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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 23, 2015

Was Ahmed Mohamed unfairly targeted for his homemade clock, or was he just screwing with his Texas school and the media? Can celebrities ever just screw up without blaming a previously-undiagnosed condition? Will black actors ever stop talking about oppression? Is there anyone left in Hollywood who isn't gay or bisexual? Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston attack these pressing topics, plus Alyssa Milano's breastfeeding Nazis, the #revolution of #ThighBrows, and the #NewFace of #SocialActivism: retweeting for the cause (and reward points for concert tickets and prizes and stuff)!

Sep 16, 2015

Lex and Matt are back after a week off, and today they're joined by special guest and comedian Pete Giovine!  

Should journalists straight up ask people like Tom Hardy if they’re gay? Was Emily Ratajkowski’s topless music video her worst gig ever? Do you even know who she is without us telling you she was in Robin Thicke's “Blurred Lines” video? This, plus a middle school dare gone criminally wrong, a fashion model with Down syndrome, a Floyd Mayweather retrospective, and a topless protest of a French Muslim conference on wife beating!

Sep 4, 2015

Were this year's VMAs the worst ever, or is it just teen culture in general that's awful? Is there a bias against women with fat asses, or is it just Nicki Minaj? We also discuss a pro wrestler's murder charge, a herpes empowerment blog, Matt's worst job, a literal, organized slut parade, and Caitlyn Jenner carrying the torch (not a euphemism).

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