Podcast Announcements


Republican Dog & Pony Show

We review the so-called Republican debate that was hosted by CNN on Dec 15. Needless to say, neither of us were impressed with the reckless, baseless claims that were made in the debate. The Republican party shall forever be known as the party of embellishing threats so they can transfer more public money to the military industrial complex in the name of keeping us safe.

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V is for Terror!

Remember, remember, the 5th of November … yup, it’s V for Vendetta time, again. Given the Friday the 13th attack in Paris and other recent developments, it seemed only appropriate to discuss one of the greatest movies of our time and the message it has for us, as citizens of a country that is slowly stripping away our freedoms.

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Holiday Doom

The holidays are looming closer. It’s November 14, so December 25 is imminent. Since we like to stay on the bleeding edge, we’re getting the jump on the winter holiday season of consumerism. We weigh in on the Starbucks scandal regarding their Christmas denial.

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Consequences of Poor Judgment

This is Episode #15. Can you believe it? We almost manage to stay on a theme with this podcast. That theme was supposed to be consequences of poor judgment. Since I am the king of poor judgment, I can speak as an authority on the subject.

One of the silly assertions we didn’t have time to report in the podcast was that the Muslims blamed a recent earthquake on a group of young people who got naked on a mountaintop and “angered the gods”. They claimed the infidels who got naked on their beach more recently were likely to cause a tsunami. Now those are some serious consequences for some pretty frivolous and innocuous behavior.

Don’t miss the video trailer we recorded last night.

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Beaten by the Resource Officer

This episode is our reaction to the debacle at Spring Valley High School in which Deputy Ben Fields, the school resource officer, dragged a student from her chair and threw her to the floor for not responding quickly enough when he ordered her to get up.

This episode of police brutality started with a minor infraction on the part of a teenage student that got her teacher’s panties in a wad, causing him to call an administrator, who, in turn, called the resource officer, a.k.a. police deputy, who had to prove his manhood by manhandling a teenage girl. Fortunately, someone recorded it and made it available on social media.

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Republican Debate Recap

Well, we did it, again, but there was so much to discuss, we weren’t able to fit it all in. Those Republicans really put on a good show, and Carly even left us with a teaser of an impending cat fight between her and Hillary.

One of the things we didn’t get to was Jeb Bush’s support of regulating Fantasy Football. Chris Christie went on the record to say that the government should stay the hell out of Fantasy Football. I’m with Christie.

Our biggest complaint was the CNBC capitalized on the debate by not letting anyone view it without a cable subscription, and they sold advertising at a rate of $30,000,000/hour. Don’t you wish you could make that?

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