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Wine & Crime

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Wine & Crime is a true crime / comedy podcast. Join three friends as they chug wine, chat true crime, and unleash their worst Minnesotan accents!
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Meli De La Cruz

You guys are fucking hilarious! I love this podcast, I literally had top pull over because I was laughing so hard!

Jan 22nd
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Jenilyn Abshagen

this won't play :(

Jan 18th
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Caitlin DeSpain

won't play...

Jan 18th
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Mary O.

Caitlin DeSpain same....broken source message

Jan 22nd
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Shauna Marie Jacobs

Broken episode 101.

Jan 15th
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Jenifer Sacaccio

Can anyone play this episode, or is it just me?

Jan 15th
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Maria Vazquez

Jenifer Sacaccio I was able to as soon as it came out. now I cant

Jan 15th
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Kay Maureen

Lucy's song was the best!!!

Jan 8th
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Briggs

Love the unapologetic way they're themselves. I like hearing their political views and morbid jokes it reminds me of my friends, their personalities are half the reason I listen.

Jan 3rd
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Jacqueline Parker

The best description of isotopes pretty much ever. My basic science knowledge has been completely upended thanks to cats wearing wigs.

Dec 27th
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Stephanie Williams

I read this as "X-Pet" 🤣🤣😂😂

Dec 22nd
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Amber B.

the Netflix series Penny Dreadful is a great series!

Dec 21st
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Cassidy Srock

Young Charlie is the name of the Manson podcast they're blanking on.

Dec 20th
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Tabitha Green

oh my gosh. criminal minds based an episode off of this case.

Dec 18th
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Kelyn Hallman

"hold your corpses" should be on some kind of merch!!!

Dec 14th
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Kelyn Hallman

I'd argue that anti-vaccers ARE terrorists

Dec 14th
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Kelyn Hallman

I didn't make it to the end of Amanda's story in the last episode

Dec 12th
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Total Random Gamer

Dec 8th
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Felishia Sun

at location 1:42 of the recording, the discussion was referencing anti-depressants. whether they can alter your moods. well I did take some a few years back and the doctor kept changing them because they didn't agree with my system. I had dizziness, tired, chest pain etc, and it went on. they told me that I had to take it long enough to change the chemical balance in my brain. the chemical makeup of how you think and how your brain functions. I didn't like that. Lexapro was the best because it was very very mild that took over it took a long time for it to take effect but that's beside the point. there was a time before this I was in a program to lose weight after the birth of my son with a physician. It was routine for them to give their patients medication to curb craving carbs. its easier to lose weight and not Fin fin. Right?! Well, after a while my husband said every time I took that pill I was not easy to get along with. I began to notice. yeah, every time I became very angry. I couldn't function with my family or my daily routine. everything irritated me. I would get irate at the smallest noises or interruptions. Things noone should be upset over. It was like I was possessed. funny that I didn't realize until he brought it to my attention. I took these pills, called Wellbutrin, back to my doctor, told her the negative effect it was having on me. she said 'wow, yes this is a antidepressant pill that makes you not crave carbs. however, if you truly have depression, this antidepressant tends to have that effect'. I was amazed. I worked in California Department of Corrections system for 14 years. And for about two years I was a sergeant. The inmates incarcerated there take medications. too many if you ask me. And they were giving out Wellbutrin to a lot of them. I had a conversation with one of the inmates and I asked him if this Wellbutrin caused him to feel angry and out of control. He answered yes. To make matters worse, there have been times when the anger came, his incarceration (having deprivation of stimuli and lack of movement), compounded the situation. he completely lost control to the point of screaming, kicking, banging on the door, cursing out of control with rage, and didn't completely know why. for a long while not realizing it wasn't him. this is due to a lack of proper consideration by the medical staff. He pretty much confirmed what the doctor told me about my experience and what this pill is capable. I believe this answers at least some of your inquiry on whether pills for depression change someone in a bad way. I'd say yes. especially when you see those Zoloft and smoking commercials. Now this brings up a question I have. why the hell are antidepressants prescribed to people with depression if it has such a result? Hmmmm🤔 P.S. I do realize this is an old recording. You've probably figured all the out by now. but... just in case.

Nov 17th
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Felishia Sun

okay girls, I think the story you're talking about 20 minutes into this regarding the people on the boat eating the guy that was unconscious, if it's the same one I'm thinking of there was a whole lot more to this story which is much more Grimm. I'm going to put a link to a course at Harvard with professor Michael J. Sandel. it's in his course 'The Moral Side of Murder' episode 2 'The Case For Cannibalism'. I truly loved these courses they were great. if you haven't listened to it I strongly recommend giving them a try. and why not, they're free on YouTube... (I know this is an old episode, but it's never too late to hear more. Right? LOL) https://youtu.be/tNCkBnD7bnw

Nov 16th
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Beth Stansfield (estansfield)

This is amazing! My dad lives in Alvechurch, UK and my other family live nearby. It is a tiny tiny village but I had never heard this story before!

Nov 14th
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Felishia Sun

you girls we're, by far, the funniest this episode. I burst out laughing throughout (and I wasn't drinking any wine). love you all❣️

Nov 14th
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