Black Market Listen now (10 min) | This is Chapter 9, Part 3 of SMIRK. For a business-savvy hustler like Martin Shkreli, the underground prison economy was a Devil’s…
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Chapter 9, Part 2: No Adults in the RoomListen now (10 min) | Elon Musk might let Martin Shkreli back on Twitter. What madness does that portend?
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Chapter 9, Part 1: “F*ck That Guy”Listen now (12 min) | Martin Shkreli being dehumanized in the press, and called “hideous” and “repulsive,” puts him in impressive company. The same was…
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Chapter 8, Part 8: "Absence of Malice"Listen now (11 min) | Martin Shkreli was well aware that the issue of women journalists "dating" sources was nettlesome and fraught. And he used that to…
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Chapter 8, Part 7: 84 MonthsListen now (13 min) | The only thing worse than despair is having to cope with it in secret. (Baby goats helped, though.)
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Notes on Evan Greebel, Martin's IQ and SMIRK's story arcListen now (23 min) | Also just FYI, if you tweet something nice about SMIRK you can get a free month of paid access. Listen for details.
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“A 150 IQ”Listen now (11 min) | This is Chapter 8, Part 6 of SMIRK. Martin Shkreli is obsessed with his IQ. For reasons passing understanding, so is everyone…
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Chapter 8, Part 5: The Fixer Turned FredoListen now (11 min) | I wasn’t the only well-meaning person who fell down Martin’s rabbit hole. I’m pretty sure Evan Greebel did, too.
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Chapter 8, Part 4: Shkreli’s Biggest VictimListen now (10 min) | Who really was left in ruin by Martin Shkreli’s shenanigans? It might not be the people you first think of.
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Chapter 8, Part 3: Failing The Bechdel Test Listen now (10 min) | Chapter 8, Part 3 of SMIRK: Unsurprisingly, Martin Shkreli claimed that all of his “40-55” ex-girlfriends in 2016-2017 were…
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Chapter 8, Part 2: Catholic school girl Listen now (11 min) | I learned an important lesson about how institutions prioritize their public image back when I was in high school.
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Chapter 8, Part 1: How Martin Got Schooled in PrisonListen now (13 min) | This is Chapter 8, Part 1 of SMIRK. Was prison a “fun” walk in the park for Martin or a rude awakening? As usual, the truth lies…
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