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Solicitor Andrew Gray shares his top tips for what you should do when you have suffered a personal injury, been a victim of clinical negligence or been involved with a stressful employment dispute.With a wealth of experience, Andrew is one of the UK's most personable and honest lawyers, dedicated to ensuring the well-being of all his clients.Andrew is the founder of honest, ethical law firm www.truthlegal.com
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UFOs: Should we believe in them? No. Are stories about them credible? No. Do they exist? No. But what if that's just what they WANT us to think? What if the people (i.e., aliens) behind these things WANT us to think they don't exist? That would give them a free hand to enact their nefarious probe-related schemes. I think I just blew this thing wide…
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We've been presented with a quiz this week, and the subject IS FLAP ITSELF!! This might be for the best, since it could serve as an opportunity for the casual (i.e., disloyal and wicked) listener to understand some of the references we make. Or it would, had we bothered to explain half of them this time around. But it's fun nonetheless, I promise!…
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The Toronto Maple Leafs' owner went to the penalty box, a.k.a., federal prison, and yet THEY were on the "power play", so to speak, without him. Hear this story and other NHL-related wackiness today on the Free Legal Advice Podcast as the competence of the entire nation of Canada is called into question.…
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Cory has stolen my idea. Now, to be fair, I did basically tell him to in the description of the most recent Mount Rushmore episode. I should use this to my advantage. TO CORY: From now on, you are to come up with all of my episode topics, in addition to your own. Don't worry, it won't be very difficult. You can just steal the ideas from me.…
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Over 200 episodes ago, we stole the Tournament of Nerds idea. Did I say stole? I mean created ourselves. Sorry, sometimes I confuse those two phrases. Anyway, we're bringing it back this week. If four years seems like a short time to wait for a rehash like this, consider that I sometimes don't even wait four weeks to rehash my own topics, none of w…
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We bring back an oooold favorite this week, with the classic six-pack-o-pitches episode format that fans of all ages loved and adored. They loved and adored it, dammit. They may, and do, say otherwise, but don't listen to them. What the hell do they know? They're the ones who've been clamoring for its revival, according to me, so why wouldn't they …
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Ol' Grant's got another trick up his sleeve, whereby he disguises an old topic as a new topic, simply by putting a small spin on it. This particular gimmick, however, I think could actually be an entire podcast series by itself, so I'm sad that this will be the only time we do it. Unless one of my genius brothers steals this idea, puts a tiny twist…
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Every school child at some point learns that André Giant is the 8th Wonder of the World. But it's rare that teachers ever go over the other seven. This makes sense, considering how old and worn out those other seven are. That's why this week, we're figuring out seven wonders for the modern age. Also, Chyna is the 9th.…
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In an effort to give equal time to all viewpoints, we're continuing our series on medical quackery. Sure, this stuff has all been proven false beyond all doubt, and practicing anything you hear in this episode could only even charitably be described as insane, but we're going to let you do your OWN research, listeners.…
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You may not have known this about us, folks, but we're shark-jumpers. To a man. We've never met a shark we wouldn't jump. Now, to be fair, none of us have ever, even once, met a shark, so this has never actually come into play before. Actually, this is probably why you didn't know this about us. We're all learning things today, aren't we?…
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Children's television plays an important role in our society. Without it, how would parents detach themselves from responsibility? It is largely to the clowns that the credit for this necessary institution is given. It is the one and only reason we haven't launched them all into the sun.Autor: Free Legal Advice
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Medical science hasn't always been, well, a science. For many centuries it was mostly just focused on finding different rocks to shove up people's buttholes, or figuring out new ways to expose witches. Nowadays we leave that stuff to the professionals at the chiropractic clinics.Autor: Free Legal Advice
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We're making a cartoon based on Cory. It will be inspired by the Saturday morning cartoons he grew up with, which means it will NOT be a thinly-veiled 30-minute-long advertisement, it will just actually be a 30-minute-long advertisement. There was no veil, folks. The emperor had no clothes, because they were sold separately.…
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We're burying this episode with a Christmas Day release because there's just too many possibilities and we weren't able to narrow it down at all. How could we? The subject, of course, is a TV show about Grant, and let me tell you, there are too many different choices, every single one of which would be pure gold.…
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Let it be known throughout the land: If you have something that's precious to you, especially if you're a marginalized group of some sort, we will dynamite the living hell out of it until it resembles something that's precious to US. This is the natural order of things, and it will not be interfered with.…
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We're taking one more spin through the failed wreckage of old television, this time focusing on game shows. All you need to know about game shows is that you team up a random nobody with a C-list celebrity, have them play a boring word game, mix in some corporate sponsorship, and you've got a hit on your hands. Or, much more likely, you've got 12 e…
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So, you know how, like, stuff will, sorta just, be a thing, then, like, go away, or something? Like, people used to talk about it a lot, and junk, but then it seems like they don't quite so much? Nowadays? If so, then you already understand this week's topic. If you don't, Matt will do a much better job explaining it in the actual episode.…
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It is our three hundo-th episode, ladies and gentlemen. Lots of people said we'd never get here. All of you, in fact, said that. We even said that. Arguably, we SHOULDN'T have gotten here. But against all odds, logic, and good sense, here we are. Let's just make the best of it, shall we?Also, here's an attribution for some free music, just because:…
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WE ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE FYRE FESTIVAL IN ANY WAY. I cannot stress that enough. Legally, I CANNOT stress that enough. WE ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE FYRE FESTIVAL IN ANY WAY. Is that enough? Better safe than sorry, I guess. WE ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE FYRE FESTIVAL IN ANY WAY.Autor: Free Legal Advice
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Many children love playing sports. But they need an adult to pretend to understand the sport in order for the whole charade to work. The children who don't love playing sports also need an adult, but this time it's either to yell at them or to politely bench them. The benching is a win/win in that scenario.…
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You know how stand up comedians used to get their own sitcoms all the time? Well, in the future, completely unknown podcasters are now getting their own sitcoms. ALL. THE. TIME. So much so that even one of your four beloved FLAPmen has been contacted by a network and asked to star in his own show. We brainstormed a few ideas to help him get started…
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Ever wonder where your favorite characters come from? Well, we're pulling back the curtain on the entire creative process this week to give you an inside look at this closely-guarded system. The way it works is that someone sends an email that contains a bunch of random names, and the recipient has to create characters based on the names alone. It …
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For some reason, the only explicitly-named media crossover we ever got was the made-for-TV movie. All sorts of works are adapted from one medium to another, but to my knowledge, the only time a medium itself was adapted was when they made movies, but for TV. It never went the other way. We also never got the made-for-TV book, the made-for-book play…
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You may know MMA as the sport where people punch and wrestle each other at the same time. But it used to be the sport where a puncher and a wrestler punched and wrestled at the same time, with the puncher only punching and the wrestler only wrestling. Sorry if that was confusing.Autor: Free Legal Advice
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This week we take a look at the life of Ben Franklin, one of the greatest presidents in United States history. In fact, I can't find evidence of a single misstep he made while in office. I mean, even the great ones have a few blunders here and there. I'm going to have to look into this a little bit more.…
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Remember old technology? It's that stuff that seemed really groundbreaking at the time, but looking back on it, it's actually really quaint and primitive. The stuff we have NOW, though, is ACTUALLY groundbreaking, and will NEVER be considered quaint OR primitive. I know back then we thought it would never get any better, but THIS time, we're right!…
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We all knew the kid in school who made up tons of bullshit to make themselves seem cool, like somehow being simultaneously related to Emmitt Smith AND Troy Aikman. I mean, that'd be cool if it were true, but it's obviously not, even to other six-year-olds, so all it really ends up doing is making you look like even more of a freak. Anyway, this wee…
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You can live your life to help yourself. You can even live your life to help others. But why not live your life to hurt others, with no real end goal in mind? Tyrants and despots have goals; they just need a few thousand humans to suffer in order to achieve them. But with spite, ladies and gentlemen, suffering IS the goal. If there's a more noble p…
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The world has changed, and so has the central pillar undergirding its very foundation: Checkout aisle impulse-buy magazines. As the mindless potatoes who roll their way through those corridors have had what passes as their thought patterns irrevocably shredded by the psychically poisonous maelstrom of today's media environment, the baits and lures …
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