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ALAP Podcast: Merry Christmas and Shit!

In “Merry Christmas and Shit!” Langley catches us up on the past two weeks of Construction Destruction after having to skip a week due to technical difficulties, tells us about his new laptop, and wishes us all a happy holiday…  Especially poor Ukraine Mary.

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ALAB podcast: Jack THIS Hammer!

In “Jack THIS Hammer!” Langley gets pissy about earthquake safety and his shitty computer that’s destroying the production quality of this show.

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ALAB Podcast: Give Me the Job!

In “Give Me the Job!,” Langley describes a challenging job interview upon the realization that certain foods should be avoided prior to important meetings in order to evade embarrassing situations.

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ALAB Podcast: Jamaica’n Me Angry!

In “Jamaica’n Me Angry!,” Langley educates us on the process of applying for a typical day job, and getting his number snagged by a telemarketer from Jamaica.

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ALAB Podcast: Langley Goes to Hollywood (Blvd)

In “Langley Goes To Hollywood (Blvd),” Langley goes to Hollywood Blvd. Was that not clear from the title? He takes you on a ride down Hollywood Blvd in heavy traffic. Which ends up being about one block.

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ALAB Podcast: YO FAULT!

In “Yo Fault,” Langley talks about the perils of parallel parking in Los Angeles.

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ALAB PODCAST: “Ducking Automatic Erect!”

In “Ducking Automatic Erect,” Langley freaks the duck out over the way technology insists on changing the words he types to things that make no funning sense. Download this Injuns ahead on the trail episode for all the fudge.

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ALAB Podcast: Stop Calling Me

In “Stop Calling Me,” Langley offers advice on ending bot calls from political campaigns.

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ALAB Podcast: Bird Shit

In “Bird Shit,” Langley talks more about his pathetic dating life, how other people’s migraines interfere with his sex life, and asks why do birds love to shit on his car.  He even references Gulliver’s Travels.

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ALAB Podcast: Wait for the Punchline!

In “Wait for the Punchline!” Langley complains about people interrupting his moments of comedic genius and ruining the punchline. Then, explains the basic structure of comedy, and tells a joke that’s more than just “meh.”

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