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.
Donovan and Harrison throw themselves headfirst back into the topic of online sexuality, reassessing the front lines of future sex, interracial dating, personal sexuality and everything embarrassing in between!
This episode starts off with the guys attempting to dissect the public’s fascination with villains, devolving speedily into what doesn’t work about the Todd Phillips film Joker. Here there be SPOILERS, so beware.
The guys (Don, Harry and Peter) discuss the late 2018 Tumblr ban of Adult Content, how that is defined, the state of online sex work and more in this feelgood peek at the future.
Terrorism is defined in over a hundred different ways, with dozens of different justifications. This week the guys discuss the utility of differentiating international vs. domestic, understanding terrorism through different media, radicalization, and more lighthearted subject matter.
What is the nature of our hate? How do we do it? How do we come to feel anything towards things, both popular and unpopular? This episode begins in fresh territory (with the Kardashians) and only burrows down weirder paths, cataloging popular hate, general acceptance, memes and darker territory.
In this episode the guys delve into their origins of producing online content, self-explore and, naturally, toss buckets of shade on strangers as they ask why anyone choose to critique the media they enjoy. … More Why Do We Engage in Media Criticism?