This week, Kelly returns to the show to challenge the integrity of an old, old, old talking point so often trotted out in the wake of mass shootings (in that impossible space between “let the families grieve” and “politicize the tragedy”). How to explain the epidemic of gun deaths and massacres in this country? I don’t know. Ms. Pac-Man? Even though war veterans will tell you first-person shooters don’t adequately capture the trauma of combat (despite developers’ best… efforts?) and the sleeve-worn biases of ’90s-born moral panic, we’re back with the soft reboot of “video games cause problems,” which fell upon perhaps a new generation of ears, this time uncaring, Fortniting. … More Do Video Games Cause Real World Violence?
In discussing the recent conversation regarding Bruce Lee and Asian American representation at large, the guys welcome veteran comic book podcaster Raph Soohoo to give his thoughts and ponder the place America (and the world) is in the race towards equal representation.
The guys once again return to a previous topic with professional help, this week in the form of Author and Romance Storytelling Specialist Nancy Northcott!
The show returns this week, along with writer Noah Berlatsky as the three men discuss the weaponization and misappropriation of empathy in politics. Discussed is his article “The Case Against Empathizing with Trump Voters”.
To Listen, Click… Here “BBC is, uh… a bunch of bullshit.” This week, Donovan and Host Bot 2 are joined by special guest star April of Dead Times to talk about the American South, on our continuing tour as the World Warriors. Music Selection “Raps A Hustle,” by Cormega (I like this song, but wow, … More Should or Can We Fix the South?
In an All-Star bevvy of guest-host goodness, the conversation of toxic masculinity in the wake of the infamous Gillette commercial brings forth several voices old and new into the QnoA arena!
In addition to the weekly series of QnoA eps, the guys have been appearing in other shows as well!