Do you find yourself getting irrationally mad when you're cut off by the car plastered in bumper stickers warning about the danger of contrails? When you're walking on a sidewalk and there's a group of people in front of you, do you want to run them over with a snowblower because they're arranged in such a way that it's impossible to navigate around them? When there's someone in a coffee shop talking loudly on their phone, do you want to plunge them and their stupid conversation to the bottom of the Mariana Trench for the rest of time?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you're not being an asshole, that's just evolution baby. Apparently we're hard-wired to think people are jerks and there's absolutely nothing we can do about it.
To commemorate the arrival of 'Difficult People' season 2 on Hulu, Jack O'Brien, Josh Sargent and Alex Schmidt discuss the scientifically proven ways humans are just awful-from our bad driving habits to the cognitive bias that proves why stupid people think they're smart. Trust us, it's not you, it's them.
Make sure to buy tickets to our next live podcast taping where we get heavy and talk about the afterlife, maaan! What if there's no heaven and hell and we're all just a hologram inside the mind of an ancient computer simulation? What if the Zoroastrians were right and it doesn't matter how good you are in your life, you just have to cross a rickety bridge guarded by two four-eyed dogs to reach eternal salvation?
Join Jack, Dan, and Michael on Saturday, July 16th at 7pm at the UCB Sunset Theatre in Los Angeles as they try to figure out what it all means. They'll be joined by comedians Casey Jane Ellison and Ramin Nazer to discuss their favorite afterlife scenarios from movies, sci-fi and lesser-known religions.
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