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Your Weekend Justice #82: Casual Encounters in Dark Places

Oh hell, you forgot to caulk up the windows…look what’s come inside: another episode of Weekend Justice. Engineered by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and potentially underdeveloped. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.


Werewolf spell


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  • The joke mentioned during the first hour of the podcast is one of my favorite jokes… or a close relative to it. It goes something like this:

    A new patient is being put in an asylum and notices howthe other patients sometimes yell numbers at each other and then start to laugh hysterically. Wondering what this strange behavior is all about, he asks one of the patients. He explains that to save time, the patients have numbered all jokes and just tell each other the numbers.

    It takes the new patient a while but after a few days, he nervously fills a random silence with the shaky shouting of a number. It is met with more silence and polite ignorance.
    One of the patients puts his arm around the newbie and says with a fatherly voice “My friend, it’s HOW you tell the joke.”

    It’s not one of my favorites because it is laugh out loud funny, but because it is so close to the truth of most things. Also, if you think of it as Arkham Asylum and imagine that the advice comes from the Joker, it adds a certain quality.

  • So I had to check out the werewolf spell on ebay, and I noticed that not only has the seller relisted it for $100 (with free shipping), but there’s a real bid on it. Which one of you is going to be howling at the next full moon for your hundred bucks?