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ADAM FELBER: A popular hookup app will hook up with a big ride-share app, so a car will pick you up and bring you directly to your tawdry one-night stand. It's Puber (ph).
SAGAL: Roxanne Roberts.
ROXANNE ROBERTS: Jack Daniels is teaming up with the League of Women Voters on the theory that if Americans vote as if they are drunk, they might as well actually be drunk.
SAGAL: And Mo Rocca.
MO ROCCA: Wait, wait, is this inappropriate?
SAGAL: I think at this point, we have to let the audience decide that, don't you?
ROCCA: To serve the world's female whale population, Tampax is joining forces with Bounty.
FELBER: I don't see anything wrong with that.
SAGAL: No, totally fine.
BILL KURTIS: And if that happens, Mo, we'll tell you about it right here on WAIT WAIT... DON'T TELL ME.
KURTIS: Thank you, Bill Kurtis. Thanks also to Adam Felber, Roxanne Roberts and Mo Rocca.
SAGAL: Thanks to all of you for listening. I'm Peter Sagal. We'll see you next week.
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