We are Immoral Juice. This episode continues our adventures in Immoral things to sell to customers. We call about the flyer our company sent out to stores to show off the new merchandise. We call up unsuspecting hotels in Japan to try and solve Aquatic Crimes, as well as other odd calls to various places throughout the world.
This is a heavily community-involved episode, with many members doing calls and helping Akspa out with the calls throughout the entire show.
In this episode, we send out an interesting flyer depicting a potato chip bag full of Thanksgiving dinner. We call Julie’s. We call Japan. We pack a solid hour of wild and crazy Community Calls into this Thanksgiving-themed episode.
In this episode, we created a fake juice company that was using guerilla shipping tactics to get their juice shipments in store. One small problem, the details were sent via fax machine, and not via email. We’re old school and Immoral. We don’t play by everyone’s rules, maaaaan.
Since the recording of this episode, ImmoralJuice.com forwards to a website of the Swedish King wearing funny hats, instead of the original Immoral redirect that it went to during the recording of this show.
We tried to get folks to read the entire fax, but only got small fragments of what exactly was faxed on over.
Features Calls by: Dwight, MustardMachine, Turbo, ThankfulDTB, Akspa, SPLink and other members of the Travels With Miriam (Currently called Travels with Immoral Juice) discord (https://travelswithmiriam.com/chat).
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In this episode we call about a mis-spelling of an ad on craigslist regarding a “Fire Pot” Halloween decoration. We send faxes starring the photo provided for the Fir Pot ad, as well as many of our other faxes, and try to get folks to tell us what they could decipher from the Fir Pot.
Dwight tries to get his prescription filled from the doctor’s faxed prescriptions, but no one can seem to fill the orders.
We try to get some tools for hay, but the seller is very perverted.
Turbo tries to pay for a hotel room with Federal Reserve Notes, but no one knows what that means.
This was an extended live show, totally 6.5hours. All breaks, annoying ringing phones, and dead air was removed in this edit.