020: MēMē Call is 20…Episodes Old


From the Korea that gave Paul and Wayne the idea for their couple tees, and from the state that would probably prosecute Wayne and Paul for wearing those couple tees, this is MēMē Call 20. In this episode, Paul and Wayne revisit some of the highlights from the first 19 episodes, and they correct some of their mistakes and talk about how maybe their stances have changed on some issues.

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For content related to this episode, listen to This is MēMē Call, The Rain on the Plain is Mostly a Pain, and Paul & Wayne’s 80s Mix Tape, Vol 1.

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It’s been an interesting journey, but we made it to MēMē Call 20! Here are the questions Wayne and Paul answer in this episode:

1) Is there anything that you’ve changed your mind about?

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2) What would you have done differently?

C) How are you making your audio sound like you’re in the same room?

D) What was the biggest obstacle you had to overcome as we stood up this podcast?

E) What was your favorite episode?

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Z) Can you tell me more about your white trash cousins and the race track?

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H) Why are you always making shit?

八) Why are you such a piece of shit?

九) Which branch of the armed forces were you in?

V20) Why the change in episode format?

11) Is that Steve Tyler singing that song?

12) What is a Mimi?

Next Episode

On next week’s episode, Paul and Wayne will dissect some aspects of gender equality, and hopefully, the snowflakes don’t flip the fuck out.

Farewell & Gratitude

We want to thank Xavier Lee and Mark Calvin for being the taint between hosts, and we also want to thank Aidan Clancy for being the removable fleshy portion of our mom karaks. We would be remiss if we didn’t thank our patrons, and last but not least, we absolutely have to thank the Blue Tits.

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