In the fight for progress, do we always know how to use the weapons that best wins each battle? In the never-ending conversation of communication, Donovan and Harry try to define “PC culture” and how it’s both helped and hurt the causes that they’re both passionate about. To write into the show and have your feedback read on the next ep, write in at firstname.lastname@example.org! … More What is PC Culture, and how does it help and hurt?
The guys return, having found a conservative Trump voter to explain himself! Zach Joiner of the Clone Saga Chronicles/Spidey-Dude.com gives his thoughts as to the history and transformation of the Grand Old Party, his perspectives on the media, and his thoughts on policy. Check out his work at Spidey-Dude.com for their legion of podcasts. … More Did 9/11 Ruin the Republican Party PART 2 Guest-Starring Zach Joiner
Donovan and Harry go to the Bush Administration and further back to determine how the political wing who puts party over country came to be. Part 1 of 2 in that they’re hoping to have a sane voice to offer up a third perspective for the continuing conversation … More Did 9/11 ruin the Republican Party?
Donovan and Harrison return to the world of celebrities to discuss obsession, both theirs and the world’s. Why do we care? Why does anyone? Will it lead to our destruction? … More Celebrity Worship: YAY or NAY?
FAMILY GUY is a show both Harry and Donovan grew up with, and it continues to this day. In adulthood, the two seek to discern just exactly what’s the source of the series’ bizarre attitude towards women, and Seth MacFarlene’s style of humor at large. … More What’s up with Seth MacFarlane’s Sexism?
This time out the boys discuss the ongoing war between Creators and their Audiences, from all angles. What moral responsibility, if any, is owed by the creator? What should audiences keep in mind about them? What about the workers for hire, or the fans who turn into creators? A lot of television shows, movie franchises, video games and comic books are brought up as examples…because it’s Donovan and Harry. … More Do Creators have a Responsibility to their Audience?
Donovan and Harry return to discuss the concept of American Pride, and its origins. It’s another angry one, but one in which the two fall on both sides of the fence and hope to reclaim the concept from pure jingoism. … More What does it mean to have American Pride?