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In this episode, Mike and Duncan look at some arguments in-depth related to the recent controversies surrounding the defunding/abolition of the police and the Electoral College. Specifically, Mariame Kaba's op-ed in the New York Times, " Yes, We Mean Literally Abolish the Police," and a documentary on Amazon Prime, "Safeguard: An Electoral College …
 
Mike and Duncan reflect upon the end of Black History Month and well-intentioned white people gone horribly wrong, voting under the influence of psychedelics, and the latest round-up of cancel culture fun! (Yes, that includes yet more talk about Ms. Carano!) Then, about an hour in, they get to what is ostensibly the topic of the episode, more refle…
 
Mike and Duncan begin the episode with more talk about the whole Gina Carano controversy, which leads into reflections on cancel culture and the curious concept of "microaggressions." There is also some discussion about the ethics of misleading the public about the pandemic because Americans are inherently selfish and irresponsible. The centerpiece…
 
Mike and Duncan begin by going over some recent current events, including the situation in Myanmar. By the way, neither of them know anything about Myanmar, but they won't let that stop them! There are also some reflections about Trump's Impeachment 2.0. After that, strangely enough, there is some talk about sports! Mike and Duncan aren't really th…
 
The episode begins with some discussion about the almighty dollar, whether it relates to the monetization of higher education or just being able to get dirt-cheap office space during a pandemic. But then Mike and Duncan get into the real reason why you came - an in-depth discussion about Jordan Peterson, namely why they think he's so great while al…
 
At the outset, Duncan wants the listeners to know that he knows the names of prominent people in government, even if he doesn't keep up with current events with the same level of care as Mike. But they both practice the principle of charity. Then they offer some reflections on Trump in this somewhat more relaxed age - like him or hate him, he very …
 
Mike and Duncan start off with a discussion about history encompassing the Nazis and the Roman Empire, then switch over to the Marvel Universe as its own kind of mythology. Duncan professes his undying love for our Vice President, and finds himself tongue-tied on an imaginary date with her. The policies of the Biden administration lead into a discu…
 
On this second episode, Duncan talks about his discomfort with Instacart and his rampant hypochondria, and Mike confesses his undying love for Gal Gadot. The two then engage in a prolonged analysis of A Teacher, a genuinely odd show that lures you in with sexiness and then makes you feel bad. After that, they take on Podcast God Joe Rogan, or more …
 
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