Nick Kroll & Conan Talk About Life Before GPS | Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

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Published on November 13, 2022

After 15 years of living in Los Angles, Nick still can’t get around without using GPS. Plus, Conan recalls the mind-blowing experience of using GPS for the first time. https://link.chtbl.com/CONAFKrollGPS

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10 comments

  • Xploration 3 months ago

    Conebone69. Bring back The League

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  • swami dude 3 months ago

    Another perk of being a 90s kid, I remember the holidays with my mom reading the maps, while book of the roads in Europe and when we missed an exit and my dad would about lose it 😂 driving around for hours to get to a place. It was always a task for the entire car to look at signs, which exit or street we needed. So somehow when I was 6 or 7 I learned to read the maps for my dad and always was on the lookout for signs. Then we got gps, but now I still notice Im way more used to looking at signs and often just drive on those.

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  • BK Bland 3 months ago

    I feel sorry for ANYONE that lived in LA for any years.
    Maps are pretty easy. Anyone that can’t use a map is just a dipshit.
    As a professional(trucker), I’d say that maybe 12% of drivers are fairly proficient. Alas 92% think they are.

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  • Joe Juan 3 months ago

    we had gps in our heads, it frequently malfunctioned

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  • w00master 3 months ago

    Oh man paper maps. I do not miss them at all. Don’t forget about the Map quest era in the 90s/early aughts too.

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  • #LMASA 3 months ago

    I used to do deliveries in the Bronx and lived on my paper maps.

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  • Cláudia Rodrigues 3 months ago

    I listen to the podcast, then come watch the videos, it’s a cycle I’m not mad at

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  • Chance Stockman 3 months ago

    Yeah you just LEARNED THINGS

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  • Gary Turbo 3 months ago

    Whatever happened to mapquest?

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  • Judy Jetson 3 months ago

    I love Conan so very much.

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