Who is Q-Anon? PJ tells the surprising origin story of the Q scam, and the man who now seems to be in control of it.Dale Beran (@DaleBeran) and Mike Rothschild (@rothschildmd)Apply to the Reply All internship here
Writer Jia Tolentino has a new case for Super Tech Support: where are all those bitcoin she bought six years ago?This episode originally aired in January 2018.Further reading:Planet Money's bitcoin storySubscribe to our weekly newsletter
Every night, Catherine Russell puts on a wig, picks up a gun, and defies the logic of Yelp. And then, an epic Yes Yes No spanning an entire galaxy of internet fights. Plus, Alex Goldman reveals a dark, personal secret.Perfect Crime and We Didn't Start The Fire originally ran in January 2016 and May 2019, respectively.Tweet from the episode:Showering...
A small town in Wisconsin becomes the site of a completely unprecedented experiment. This episode originally aired in December 2018.Further Reading:A Better Mount Pleasant vs Let's Make A Better Mount PleasantJournalist Larry Tabak's series on Foxconn in WisconsinEconomist David Merriman's paper on the type of financing used by Mount PleasantJournalist...
Strangers keep coming to Mike and Christina’s house looking for their stolen cell phones. Nobody knows why. We travel to Atlanta to find out what’s going on, in our thorniest Super Tech Support yet.This story originally aired in February 2016.Further ReadingKashmir Hill's story about Mike and Christina.
This week, a conspiracy theory involving Jeffrey Epstein and a benign, wholesale furniture company, plus, the jam scandal that rocked Los Angeles. Yes Yes no is back, with special guest Jason Mantzoukas.Further Reading:The first tweet in this weeks YYNThe second tweetThe picture that goes along with the second tweet (warning... it's gross).
Three years after Alex Goldman traveled to India to investigate a scammy call center, he gets a tip that makes him question everything he learned in his first trip.Long Distance Part ILong Distance Part IIAkash's YouTubeAkash's podcast episode
The story of an election in America where everything went wrong -- bribery, hacking, ballot-stuffing. And the 17 year old kid who tried to save the day.
Black people all across the US are receiving the world's weirdest form of reparations: Venmo payments from white people. Producer Emmanuel Dzotsi investigates.Additional Reading: Noni's petition to reform the film department at UNC: https://www.change.org/p/patricia-parker-racism-within-the-screenwriting-minor?recruiter=17176211&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=tap_basic_share...
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