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Hello friends, and welcome to our page. The Amish Baby Machine Pop Culture Podcast is a powerful American pop culture comedy podcast starring Dags and friends.  The  Amish Baby Machine Pop Culture Podcast discusses all things pop culture including TV, gaming, movies, music, food and everything in between.

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Show Notes for Is Game of Thrones Better than Marvel?


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Unpopular and blasphemous opinions about The Game of Thrones “The Long Night” and Avengers: Endgame are discussed. Is the second Night King better than the first? Is the Professor Hulk the lamest Hulk ever? And other topics too shocking to print. 

Show Notes for Are Horror Movies Scary Anymore?


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Little Irvy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Little Irvy was a traveling sideshow attraction in the United States from the late 1967 until the mid-1990s. The body of the 20-ton sperm whale was hauled around the country by trucker Jerry “Tyrone” Malone in Old Blue, a refrigerated tractor-trailer.[1]

The whale was purchased in 1967 for $6,000 from the Del-Monte Fishing Company, which had captured the whale off the coast of Santa Barbara, California, with plans to sell the carcass for dog food.[2] On July 9, 1967, the frozen whale made its debut at San Francisco‘s Fisherman’s Wharf, and traveled the state fair and roadside attraction circuit for over 25 years.[2]

We forgot to mention he was a killer Lobster Boy!

The Most Hyped Movie Ever!


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On this powerful episode the guys review the movie “Us”, The Highwaymen and a bonus film. Epic rants included feature cell phones, bathrooms, samples at grocery stores.