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The CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast: Are we coming in loud and clear, NSA?

Our hosts bring to light the origins of the phrase “Don’t blow smoke up my ass.”

On Jul 24, 2013 by [email protected]

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The CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast: The slowness of YouTube

n the 10th installment of CAPS OFF PLEASE, the guys discuss tattoos, feminism, and just about everything else you can imagine. 

On May 3, 2013 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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CAPS OFF PLEASE Podcast: On kid rappers and quitting Reddit

The ninth edition of the very NSFW CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast.

On Mar 25, 2013 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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The CAPS OFF PLEASE Podcast: On outsourcing and celebrity sex tapes

The CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast returns with its 8th NSFW episode

On Mar 4, 2013 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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The CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast: Alien genitalia and EZ Bake Ovens

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On Jan 21, 2013 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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CAPS OFF PLEASE Podcast: On Ken Jennings, Navy Seals, and zits

In this latest episode of the CAPSOFFPLEASE Podcast the fellas discuss Ken Jennings for President, being friends with politicians on Facebook, Navy Seals, popping zits on reddit, Waffle house, the state of racism in america, and children abusing energy drinks. 

On Nov 29, 2012 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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The CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast: On creepshots, buttchugging and bacon

The guys discuss the syphilis outbreak in the porn industry, Reddit creep shots, raising money for the boy scouts, buttchugging, the impending bacon shortage, and read some hate mail.

On Oct 26, 2012 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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The CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast: On Kate Upton and unsecured Wi-Fi

That can be a deadly combination. 

On Jul 13, 2012 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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Introducing the CAPS OFF PLEASE podcast

The Web comics behind CAPS OFF PLEASE go in no-holds-barred on the Daily Dot.

On Jun 7, 2012 by CAPS OFF PLEASE

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