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The Neoborn Caveman Show

What's Happening?

Season 6, Ep. 7

Neoborn Caveman is fresh from the studio and shakes reality as it is: self-entitled Gen Z and the housing crisis? The naysayers of Caitlin Clark because she dares to be white and straight? The rigged election system and cultural overtake in the West? Microplastics in testicles? A university what knows what to do the best with a cat? Cars making you sick while you are in them? All in and even more!

Nothing is safe from irony and sarcasm and witty thoughts.

Well, maybe Neoborn Caveman himself...

And who the heck is Big Mike?

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plus: NC's brand new song, "Enough Never Enough", is in it - at least for a few beats!



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