It is preceded by Revenge of Matsui and followed by Psychological Problems. In the main hallway at Game-a-vision a small incident happens between Jerry and Mary with the latter calling the former an anti-semite. Dave cannot be any happier as the date also happens to be the duo's "high holy day" and he tells the story of Jester Hopperpot, a legendary hippie who created the ultimate breed of marijuana called Hiroshima as it only took one hit to get you high, but sadly vanished along with the stash's hiding place. Unfortunatly Jamie also doun't have weed as Nancy Reagan, in the middle of her war on drugs, had stop the shipment of marijuana that was supposed to be for Sunnyvale and the two programmers search elseware for weed, but as soon as they leave, Nancy announces she's now going to try and get rid of videogames starting with Game-a-vision. When Mr.
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Joe Rogan made his Spotify debut on Tuesday, but apparently not all of his podcast episodes made the cut. Johnson, and Sargon of Akkad, as well as comedian Chris D'Elia who has recently been accused of sexual impropriety. Also seemingly absent is an early episode where Rogan regular Joey Diaz infamously joked about coercing female comics into performing oral sex — an exchange that resurfaced in the press in the wake of the Spotify deal. A few of the vanished episodes were more perplexing, however, such as an interview with pot activist Tommy Chong. When the Spotify deal was announced in May, Rogan told his listeners that "beginning Sept.