Why can’t car dealers be decent people? Why do some mechanics have to be awful? This week Joe shares a few stories of the shenanigans these people pull. All of these stories are true, 100% true. Plus Joe rates listener hate on the subject.
There is nothing Joe likes about losing stuff so you know there is so much to hate. This week Joe and Jake talk about losing stuff like lip balm and socks. Joe shares how his behavior changes when he’s looking for something. The discussion turns to one of quantum mechanics and there is a special (albeit brief) appearance by Lisa from Upstairs. Plus, Joe rates a ton of listener hate on the subject.
It’s an extra long episode (26 minutes) to make up for being a day late. Joe hates on poor personal fashion sense. From knit hats in summer to leaving those tags on a sport coat, Joe and Jake cover bad fashion decisions. Then in “Joe Rates Your Hate,” They share what they have learned about leggings.
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This week Joe and Jake discuss more driving hate. Joe talks about driving in D.C., how other people are terrible drivers and people, and Jake shares some of is hate on the topic as well. Then, as always, Joe rates the driving hate from listeners.
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We open this week with some follow-up on some hate from all the way back in episode 2. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard episode 2. It’s not that complicated. Then Joe gets into the things he hates about dreaming. It’s a universal experience with some parts that deserve to be hated. Plus, Joe rates hate from his dreamy listeners.
This week, Joe shares his distain for things that plague homeowners. Joe talks about how he hates laying tile, needing a new kitchen floor, and how he hotwired his old washing machine. Joe despenses what he thinks is a couple of pieces of good advice. Plus Joe rates your hate.
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It’s another Part 2. This time, it’s grocery shopping. Joe talks about the smell of pharmacies, the poor behavior of other shoppers and more. Next, Joe rates some serious listener hate on the subject. Finally, Joe pitches an idea to the audience, interested? We know you are.