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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: July, 2016
Jul 29, 2016

Lex and Matt kick back at the lush Rocco's Tavern to discuss Sarah Silverman's Anonymous Twitter hijacking, some crazy "independent" British family who depends on your crowdfunding help, Tobias Strebel as he pertains to plastic surgery ethics, a "hyena man" in Africa, early-retiring NFL players and their potential to marginalize football, crazy Randy Quaid, and Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's doctor and killer (kind of), finally confirms that the King of Pop was, indeed, a pedophile (not a moment too soon)

Jul 25, 2016

Lex and Matt discuss Ashley Graham's weight loss angles, a water polo girl's touching story, Kobe Bryant's family financial advice, DNC leaked emails, Brandy suing her label for slavery, what Kim Kardashian charges per hour, and Star Trek social engineering. 

Jul 18, 2016

Lex and Matt discuss Jennifer Aniston's open letter to pregnancy rumor starters, the honor killing of Pakistani Kim K, Peeping Playboy Playmate Dani Mathers (after an uncomfortably long and detailed discussion on Hef's penis), broke-ass rappers who act all rich, the new Girl Ghostbusters film, Amy Schumer suddenly remembering how she was raped, and Victoria Beckham involving her child in her attention-whoring endeavors.

Jul 6, 2016

Lex taps into Matt's fury about YouTube star Calum McSwiggan's fake hate crime, Kevin Durant joining the team that just ended his playoff run, John Cena's diversity ad, someone who willfully changed his name to "Boozie Badazz," Ashley Madison's downfall, and the art of the threesome (the last two topics are not necessarily related)

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