23: The 3rd and 4th Amendments Been Keepin Da Man Out Yo House Since 1792
From the Korea that don't need no stinking warrants as long as you're guilty and from the state where even your car was your castle before the SCOTUS said so, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul and Wayne dissect the 3rd and 4th Amendments. [Show Notes](http://www.lingobeast.com/memecall/2018/06/20/23-3rd-4th-amendments/) Join the [MēMē Call Republic](https://www.facebook.com/groups/memecall/?ref=bookmarks) on Facebook. Find out more about [Lingobeast LLC](www.lingobeast.com). If you...
22: A Flat Earth Doesn't Fit into an Oblate Spheroid
From the Korea just South of the Korea where war planning is conducted using a Flat Earth model and from the state where Flat Earth Theory is the one of the least worrisome dumb-ass beliefs, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul and Wayne dissect Flat Earth "Theory." [Read along with the show notes at memecall.com.](http://www.lingobeast.com/memecall/2018/06/13/022-flat-earth/) **We want to thank Xavier Lee and Mark Calvin for being the icy mass that encases MēMē Call, and we also want...
21: Gender Equality is the Way to Unscrew Women
From the Korea where women have to get plastic surgery just to meet the specs for the "good" jobs and from the state where requiring health providers to bury or cremate fetal remains still gets pushed as a precedent despite the concept being stricken down by the Judiciary twice, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul and Wayne dissect some key points about gender equality, and they talk about how men can lean-in with women without losing their man card. [SHOW NOTES:...
20: MēMē Call is 20...Episodes Old
From the Korea that gave Paul and Wayne the idea for their couple tees, and from the state that would probably prosecute Wayne and Paul for wearing those couple tees, this is MēMē Call 20\. In this episode, Paul and Wayne revisit some of the highlights from the first 19 episodes, and they correct some of their mistakes and talk about how maybe their stances have changed on some issues. [Show Notes:...
19: Deadpool 2...Sorry, We Couldn't Book Les B.
From the Korea where Ryan Reynold's visits Seoul without Wayne knowing, and from the state where no two members of X-Force can marry because of race, gender, or sexual orientation, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul, Wayne, and friends review Deadpool 2. Show Notes: [http://www.lingobeast.com/memecall/2018/05/23/019-deadpool-2/](http://www.lingobeast.com/memecall/2018/05/23/019-deadpool-2/)
18: WTF is Deadpool, Cable, and X-Force
From the Korea that changed its view of black people to "cool & hip" thanks mostly to the Black Panther movie, and from the state that would blindly accept Cable as its savior if only his character had been developed by Bronze-Age goat herders, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul, a DC fan, prepares for the upcoming Deadpool 2 release by letting Wayne learn him a thing or two about the Merc with a mouth. The two Mimis also go over some key points about who Cable and X-Force are. Show...
17: Chuck Norris is the Johnny Cash of Air Police
From the Korea where Chuck Norris learned to defeat all of mankind with martial arts, and from the state in which every court case ends in a roundhouse kick, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, we'll let Chuck Norris dissect us while we try to dissect him using memes, and we'll try to keep this episode as abnormal as a Texas cowboy who is also a martial arts master. [Show Notes](http://www.lingobeast.com/memecall/2018/05/09/017-chuck-norris-johnny-cash-air-police/) Get Plugged into MēMē...
16: The Second Amendment: A Well-Aggravated Militia
From the Korea where you can have a firearm if you keep it locked up at the local police station and from the state where an AR-15 is the participation medal at your kid’s soccer game, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul and Wayne take a stroll down Second Amendment history lane as they dissect this highly debated vision of the Forefathers. Show Notes:...
15: The Pledge of Allegiance Depends on What the Meaning of Should Should Be
From the Korea whose last dictator left office when Wayne was three and from the state that has its own pledge of allegiance and it's a country song, this is MēMē Call. In this episode, Paul and Wayne look at the Pledge of Allegiance. How did it come about, and how did it change? Why are some people so passionate about persuading others to recite it? Also, they go through the Pledge piece by piece and contemplate the underlying meaning of each line. Show Notes:...