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    AliceSays
    Oct 28
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    High quality perspectives on relevant topics

    Still my favorite podcast after all these years

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    augusthart
    Oct 24
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Freakonomics

    I am truly grateful for so many podcasts ; podcasts that lift you up and carry you out of danger and into adventure . Wow wow wow - what would we do without your voices.

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    namenamename5773
    Oct 24
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Interesting podcast

    I’ve leaned a lot from this podcast

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    Disappointed 12335
    Oct 22
    2

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Downhill since Covid

    This podcast used to be one of my favorites but has went downhill since Covid. Need to have a good informative episode about economics related to Covid

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    iPaloAltan
    Oct 22
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Overall favorite

    Dubner is exceptional in adapting to totally different topics, and subjectively portraying it with experts.

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    DillonMy
    Oct 20
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    My favorite podcast

    Always informative, thoughtful, and funny.

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    Atlantis1976
    Oct 16
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Always interesting- less biased than most

    Reading reviews of complaints from both sides of the political spectrum means you’re on the right track. I think you try to find that 3rd truth that is usually unpopular.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Z _ P
    Oct 16
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Womp

    I like the womp too

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    Lms111222
    Oct 14
    4

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    You’ve lost me.

    I love great information. I do not love political persuasion pieces. I used to really love Freakonomics. I know you won’t care about my opinion because I’m a Republican. The second you read that I’m sure you will try to place me in small box and dismiss my opinion. Not because I deserve it but because that’s how closed minded the world has become. I’ll sum my complaint up by saying this... anyone can literally find an expert to say anything. Your world view is showing in your work and you have done a great job bringing in experts to support your beliefs. Just know, we see you. Maybe you are living in such a vacuum that you truly believe that the only correct thought is liberal thought. I have listened for months past knowing your bias, I did not dismiss you. However, I can no long take it. I think the upcoming election is intensifying your bias.

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    Drd3
    Oct 12
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    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Won't delete from my feed no matter how many times I unsubscribe or delete

    Basically spam at this point

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    Busruts
    Oct 11
    2

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Is New York City Over ...

    This is like an infomercial to have the federal government pay to run New York City. New York City why don’t you run your own city and not rely on the rest of the country to pay for your blotted expenses?

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    asstchief51
    Oct 9
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Womp womp womp

    I love womping at the beginning of every episode

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    Salubrious Spring
    Oct 8
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    NYC Covid Population Decline

    Great pod. I always learn something. You mention an estimated 125-200k residents have left since March and argue that’s not much in a city of 8mm. True, but its also true, as mayor Bloomberg has pointed out, that 40k families pay 50% of all the taxes. So, what really matters is....are the rich decamping. My guess is yes as they have the most to gain from re locating to Miami.......

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    Kakajikakaji
    Oct 3
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    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Changed in recent years

    I used to really enjoy Freakonomics, but I have noticed that they seem unwilling to name huge problems like racism and politics that affect economics. For this reason, none of their episodes during COVID feels particularly relevant. This is a huge oversight that does a disservice to the kind of content it purports to represent.

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    Denny100ehctixvevfr
    Oct 3
    2

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    A long downhill slide from the greatness of Freakonomics

    The uneven political slant has led this show to the bottom of the valley.

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    Mantis79
    Oct 2
    4

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Interesting but so biased

    I enjoy listening to some interesting points, but it nearly always presented with a left bias.

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    need receipts
    Sep 29
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    an idea

    You guys need to figure out what impact COVID will have on the social security trust fund.

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    jtkbong
    Sep 24
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    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Dubner is a neoliberal capitalist who champions the racist establishment

    I’ve listened to Freakonomics for years now and used to think they were interesting, but throughout the pandemic certain things have become clearer and I’ve changed my mind on a lot of things. It’s clear to me now that Dubner is a neoliberal shill who enables and defends systemic racism and is honey for capitalism, while conveniently not acknowledging the damage capitalism has caused modern day society. When you go to hell Dubner, I hope your version of hell is you working as a slave for all eternity. Unsubscribes and goodbye

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    Chicohoss
    Sep 24
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Completely worth the subscription

    I am a huge fan of both the approach and the content of this podcast. Stephen Dubner is an excellent host and interviewer. Frankly, I’m five years too late to this review, I have been listening as long as I can remember. If you like to consider new perspectives or consider fresh ideas and takes on things that you either “thought” you knew about - or didn’t even know you wanted to know about - this is the podcast for you.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Enhanceology
    Sep 22
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Multi-perspective

    I’ve been listening to Freakonomics for over 5 years and counting. Enjoy how Stephen and team put things into perspective for our daily use and thinking forward.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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106 Episodes 23.9k Ratings First Aired: May 28 🇺🇸

Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life of a C.E.O.” as well as a live game show, “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” 

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106 Episodes 23.9k Ratings First Aired: May 28 🇺🇸

Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life of a C.E.O.” as well as a live game show, “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” 

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