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Microwaving Your Underwear, Drinking on the Job at the Olympics and the Beer Emergency – “News of the WTF?” [AUDIO]

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Today in my finger-pointing session known as the “News of the WTF?” I take a minute to tell you about a guy who discovered just how bad things can get when you dry your underwear in the microwave.

In addition to that Mensa candidate, I give you an extremely condensed history of the use of performance enhancing drugs in the Olympics and I share a story of a guy who called 911 when he ran out of beer.

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