The guys are back to report in on the state of the world, discussing how innumerable aspects of modern life has irrevocably changed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The new decade begins with the guys having a final say on the past – for a time. What does nostalgia do to us, for us, and cause us to be?
It’s the conversation we all fear, whether subconsciously or in the every day. How do you tell someone that they’re being racist? Start off by acknowledging we all are. But never should that be the final word… To listen…click here! Music selection by Thundercat, “Drunk” and “3am” FURTHER READING: “Why Talk About Whiteness?” “What is … More How Do You Tell Someone That They’re Racist?
For their second live recording, the guys look to the 1985 Arnold entry for answers. Do they instead find only more questions?
The guys continue the list of things they observed and reported during 2017, but before that they spend an hour going through honorable mentions, including Get Out, Wonder Woman, and more!
In this episode Harry and Don tackle the unspeakable subject of fandom. Like patients stricken with an illness, they discuss their own imaginary loves before turning an eye to the far reaches of the fan’s psyche, discussing legitimate love for the fictional, television and comics, how fandom can become obsession, reality and real life love. … More Is it okay to fall in love with Fictional Characters?
Harry and Don discuss what it means to take offense on others’ behalf. Are you going into each fight with the right state of mind? Or intentions? How much does your ego play into it? Privilege, feminism and more post 2016 election talk are all brought up, as well as many other points. … More Can You Be Outraged On Other People’s Behalf?
Donovan and Harrison finally find a topic which they come from opposite opinions! RELIGION: Does it help more than it harms or not? The guys talk about their personal religious backgrounds or lack thereof, the practitioners of faith, Bill Maher, and go out of their way not debating the existence of God. … More RELIGION: Does it UNITE Us or DIVIDE Us?