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A post-politics discussion between organizer/campaigner, Jay Carmona, and simulator, Tom Barbalet.

15: Continuum of Britneys Killing the Family Pet [November 27, 2017]

  Tom recommends road trips to the listeners. Is this appropriate? Model rail edition. They discuss institutional racism and how it continues to exist. What is the future of political parties? Community run internet access is a good example for failings. The corgi community concludes the discussion. [ MP3 | link ]

14: How Is This Inappropriate? [October 17, 2017]

  Tom bring ups the festive fecal geyser season in the context of natural disasters. They discuss Las Vegas in the context of domestic abuse. They explore me too. Tom wants to float a new segment about whether or not things are appropriate - Jay needs to be the arbiter between society and our listeners. The first one leaves Jay grasping for reasons to continue the podcast. The second one presents slightly more turpitude. They conclude talking about road trips. Things digress very rapidly. [ MP3 | link ]

13: Corgis Against Twitter [August 29, 2017]

  Jay needs to record a podcast following her demonstration in Berkeley and Tom contrasts this with the film, All the President's Men. How about the polar bear costumes? What has Jay learned from this experience? Why are people still using Twitter? Tom questions why he should pay to read misinformation about Jay. Jay needs to talk a little bit more about Twitter. Tom moves to California's impact on the US. What is the connection between organizing and software? Jay has a final piece of trivia about Watergate which Tom turns very quickly into vile smut. [ MP3 | link ]

12: the Royal Pooch and a Zombie Pete Seeger [August 22, 2017]

  Tom and Jay took a scheduled summer break. That's their story and they are sticking to it. Jay wants to talk about complacency. Tom wants a greater focus on the perception of the desecration of sacred sites and also to acknowledge the scholarship of the Southern Poverty Law Center on this matter. [Jay meant to say the Lost Cause of the Confederacy rather than Southern Strategy.] What are some of the problems with the weekend protest movement and how does this differ from organized labor protests previously? Is Reddit inherently racist? How about that War in Afghanistan? Tom wants new and empowering music. Jay is the new embodiment of Elizabeth Windsor. [ MP3 | link ]

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